Best oceanography podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
 
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution is a private, non-profit research facility dedicated to the study of marine science and to the education of marine scientists. It is the largest independent oceanographic institution in the world.
 
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Naked Oceans, from the Naked Scientists
 
From seagrass to sunfish, dugongs to diatoms, Naked Oceans uncovers the hidden secrets of the sea. Join us in conversation with top marine experts as we explore the latest ocean science and conservation and answer your aquatic questions.
 
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Ocean Currents Radio Program
 
Ocean Currents is hosted by Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary on KWMR, community radio for West Marin in Northern California. The show hosts ocean experts about research, management issues, natural history, and stewardship associated with marine environment, especially in our National Marine Sanctuaries.
 
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NOAA: Diving Deeper
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Connect with ocean experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment. Get ready to Dive Deeper!
 
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Aquarium of the Pacific AquaCast
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Dive into the Pacific Ocean. Hear the latest news about the Aquarium of the Pacific, its animals, and exhibits, and listen to a variety of scientists and guest speakers covering important issues facing our ocean and planet. To download video files of these podcasts, visit our website at http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/multimedia
 
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Monterey Bay Aquarium's "Aquarium of the Air"
 
Podcasts from California's Monterey Bay Aquarium share fascinating stories about sea otters, sharks and other sealife. From the ocean's edge to the deep sea, listeners can explore Earth's last great wilderness and the remarkable creatures that call it home.
 
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Science and the Sea podcast
Weekly
 
The goal of Science and the Sea is to convey an understanding of the sea and its myriad life forms to everyone, so that they, too, can fully appreciate this amazing resource.
 
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Kronos
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Two years after his wife's death, oceanographer and former navy SEAL, Atticus Young, attempts to reconcile with his rebellious daughter, Giona, by taking her on the scuba dive of a lifetime-swimming with a pod of peaceful humpback whales in the Gulf of Maine. But the beauty of the sea belies a terror from the deep-a horrific creature as immense as it is ancient. There is no blood, no scream, no fight. Giona is swallowed whole by the massive jaws. Only Atticus remains to suffer the shame of t ...
 
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Science and the Sea podcast
Weekly
 
The goal of Science and the Sea is to convey an understanding of the sea and its myriad life forms to everyone, so that they, too, can fully appreciate this amazing resource.
 
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Messing About In Ships
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A maritime podcast
 
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SOFAR Channel
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SOFAR Channel is a podcast about anything and everything related to oceanography.
 
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Ocean Gazing Podcast
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The audio series that tracks the real-time swirl of creatures, chemicals and currents of our seas. An initiative of COSEE NOW.
 
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RTÉ - Into the Deep
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4-part science series, presented by Ella McSweeney, which gives listeners a window on marine biology and oceanography in Irish seas.
 
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Apple Science Profiles
Monthly+
 
Welcome to Apple Science Profiles. In this lineup of podcast stories, you'll learn how scientists are using Mac technology throughout their workflow - for computation, visualization, analysis, and general productivity. Viewpoints from all walks of science will be discussed - from medicine to paleontology, bioinformatics to physics, archaeology to oceanography. Find out how researchers are accelerating their time to insight and discovery using Apple hardware, the Mac OS X platform, and advanc ...
 
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NOAA - Southwest Fisheries Science Center
 
The Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC) is the research arm of NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service in the southwest region of the United States. Center scientists conduct marine biological, economic and oceanographic research, observations and monitoring on living marine resources and their environment throughout the Pacific Ocean and in the Southern Ocean off Antarctica. The mission of the SWFSC is to generate the scientific information necessary for the conservation and managem ...
 
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GulfCast: Dispatches from the Gulf
 
GulfCast: The “Dispatches from the Gulf” PodcastOn April 20, 2010 the Deepwater Horizon disaster changed the lives of millions living near the Gulf of Mexico – as well as the scientists who responded to the crisis. These are some of their stories... intimate portraits of research – innovation – discovery.*********************************“Dispatches from the Gulf” is a multi-media initiative that investigates the environmental health of the Gulf of Mexico in the years after the Deepwater Hori ...
 
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Apple Science Profiles
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Welcome to Apple Science Profiles. In this lineup of podcast stories, you'll learn how scientists are using Mac technology throughout their workflow - for computation, visualization, analysis, and general productivity. Viewpoints from all walks of science will be discussed - from medicine to paleontology, bioinformatics to physics, archaeology to oceanography. Find out how researchers are accelerating their time to insight and discovery using Apple hardware, the Mac OS X platform, and advanc ...
 
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CMOS 51st Congress - Future Earth Interviews
 
The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society's 51st Congress (CMOS Congress) will be held from June 4th to 8th, 2017 at the Downtown Hilton Toronto, Ontario. The theme of the congress is "Future Earth: Weather, Oceans, Climate". The congress will bring together over 600 scientists and other professionals from across Canada and other countries, with a focus on topics in atmospheric, ocean and earth sciences. Interviews, by Dr. Sarah Knight of the Congress Communications Team, with so ...
 
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A story from The Washington Post.Scientists have documented a recent, massive melt event on the surface of highly vulnerable West Antarctica that, they fear, could be a harbinger of future events as the planet continues to warm.In the Antarctic summer of 2016, the surface of the Ross Ice Shelf, the largest floating ice platform on Earth, develo ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
(GC Marine Gulf Program) BOB HIRSHON (host): Ear-splitting fish. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. (Corvina chorus) This racket is the sound of noisy fish called gulf corvina fish spawning of noisy fish sex- the mating calls of gulf corvina. TIMOTHY ROWELL (Scripps Institution of Oceanography): And when you’re on the boat above a larg ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
(GC Marine Gulf Program) BOB HIRSHON (host): Ear-splitting fish. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. (Corvina chorus) This racket is the sound of noisy fish called gulf corvina fish spawning of noisy fish sex- the mating calls of gulf corvina. TIMOTHY ROWELL (Scripps Institution of Oceanography): And when you’re on the boat above a larg ...…
 
STEMxm Episode 25 - Ocean Corals and Climate Change with Jessica Carilli, PhD This is the 2nd episode in a series touching on climate change careers and research. Check out the others here: Episode 23 - Atmospheric Physics with Dr. Joanna Haigh Episode 24 - Theoretical Ecology with Dr. Emily Moberg Where Jessica earned a PhD - Scripps Instituti ...…
 
Strong 2015 El Niño Led To Large-Scale Antarctic Melting, Study SaysGUEST:Ryan Scott, Ph.D. candidate, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
 
Graham Dawson is an iOS and Android indie developer who specializes in meteorological and astronomical reference apps. He’s the founder and director of Ajnaware Pty, Ltd in Australia and publishes apps under the name ozPDA. Graham holds a B.Sc. in physics and meteorology, and a Ph.D. in oceanography. Graham told me about his early interest in w ...…
 
As ocean temperatures rise, what will happen to the fish we eat? According to a recent study published in “Progress in Oceanography,” some fish species will thrive in warmer waters — and others, not so much. Using a detailed climate model and historical observation data, researchers at NOAA and The Nature Conservancy modeled the shifting therma ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about working together, whether it's to accomplish a scientific mission or save a life.Part 1: Yael Fitzpatrick and her theater technician friends attempt to save a sea turtle.Part 2: As the only black woman on a two-month voyage, oceanographer Dawn Wright tries to find her place aboard a scientific drill vesse ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about working together, whether it's to accomplish a scientific mission or save a life.Part 1: Yael Fitzpatrick and her theater technician friends attempt to save a sea turtle.Part 2: As the only black woman on a two-month voyage, oceanographer Dawn Wright tries to find her place aboard a scientific drill vesse ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about working together, whether it's to accomplish a scientific mission or save a life.Part 1: Yael Fitzpatrick and her theater technician friends attempt to save a sea turtle.Part 2: As the only black woman on a two-month voyage, oceanographer Dawn Wright tries to find her place aboard a scientific drill vesse ...…
 
Today's stories: The 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron “Hurricane Hunters” spent May 30 to June 1, 2017, providing weather information for the Navy’s first Gulf of Mexico oceanography unmanned systems operational demonstration. Also, the Air Force released details on the fiscal year 2017 Aviation Bonus Program (AvB) June 5, 2017.…
 
www.LetsTalkAboutTheWeather.org www.SpiralPacific.org Oceanographer-journalist Cynthia Matzke divulges the making of her documentary film exploring ocean ecosystem connectivity. Spiral Pacific explores nine Northern Pacific Rim locations to document the intertwined ecosystems around this vast ocean basin and common human-caused stressors that c ...…
 
STEMxm Episode 24 - Theoretical Ecology with Emily Moberg, PhD This is the 2nd episode in a series touching on climate change careers and research. Check out the others here: Episode 23 - Atmospheric Physics with Dr. Joanna Haigh Episode 25 - Ocean Corals and Climate Change with Dr. Jessica Carilli Emily's blog Stuff we talked about Fishery Env ...…
 
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Conscious Millionaire J V Crum III ~ Business Coaching Now 6 Days a Week
 
Elliot is a leading-edge consciousness scientist and conceptual designer. His background spans the fields of Zoology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rainforest Biology. He earned his Ph.D. in Consciousness Research and served on the faculties of Adelphi University and Dowling College in New York. He is also a Certified Profession ...…
 
Hi there! It’s been a busy week here at Science Today. We learned that diagnosing brain disorders can often be a challenge for doctors because some psychological diseases have overlapping symptoms. These include memory loss in patients with depression and suppressed mood in people suffering from dementia. But radiologist Cyrus Raji of UC San Fr ...…
 
You may have satisfied your inner five-year-old by learning why the sky is blue, but where does the ocean's color come from?Hosted by: Olivia Gordon----------Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow----------Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters—we couldn't make SciShow without them! Sho ...…
 
Zoop Zoop Hooray! Natalie Mahara is a Masters student in biological oceanography at UBC. She loves all things related to the ocean with a particular fondness for charismatic microfauna. Her research focuses on the BC coast from the Strait of Georgia up into Johnstone Strait, which means she’s seen some of the most amazing sights BC has to offer ...…
 
Zoop Zoop Hooray! Natalie Mahara is a Masters student in biological oceanography at UBC. She loves all things related to the ocean with a particular fondness for charismatic microfauna. Her research focuses on the BC coast from the Strait of Georgia up into Johnstone Strait, which means she’s seen some of the most amazing sights BC has to offer ...…
 
How are modern day humans adapting to climate change? To find the answer, archaeologists are studying how human societies have responded to environmental changes in the past. Isabel Rivera-Collazo focuses on understanding human resilience and adaptation to past environmental change as a lens through which we can view the future. Finding answers ...…
 
Joe Montoya is a professor of biology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Growing up in a military family, he had the opportunity to travel and experience different ocean environments around the world. His resulting fascination led to a career in oceanography. Here, Dr. Montoya talks about being part of the scientific team that conducted th ...…
 
Andy Stern enlisted Futures Fins and The Scripps Institution of Oceanography in pursuit of a breakthrough in the way humanity understands the ocean. And a breakthrough in surfboard fins. A Yale graduate and former professional squash player, Andy has created a fin set that measures ocean chemistry and gathers data while you surf. Salinity. PH b ...…
 
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Unconventional Lifestyles
 
Lily is an artist who frequently embeds in research expeditions to remote environments. Her immersive large-scale paintings of bizarre environments and animals aim to transport viewers to these far flung worlds and expose them to new discoveries. Simonson spent three months scuba diving and camping in Antarctica as the 2014-15 National Science ...…
 
The original television series “Star Trek” and NASA’s “Race to the Moon” inspired Tamay Özgökmen to become a scientist. Today, he is a Professor of Oceanography at the University of Miami. Like Mr. Spock, Dr. Özgökmen prefers to use quantitative, scientific methods to interpret the natural environment. He shares his thoughts on the benefits of ...…
 
BEHIND THE CURTAIN HOST, Kathy Barrett interviews Dr. Elliott Maynardabout his new book Brave New Mind: Living in a Future-Science World. Future Science Technology is a unique system which supports the development of a new and superior human mind - a master paradigm containing 25 keys to personal and planetary enlightenment. Dr. Maynard's exper ...…
 
Hank Parker holds a PhD in biological oceanography and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s School of Medicine, where he teaches a course on biological threats to food and agriculture. He formerly served as a Senior Executive and Acting Director of Homeland Security for the Agricultural Research Service of USDA and has published a ...…
 
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Ocean Science Radio
 
For the third installment of "Ocean Lovin'," the joint series on ocean reproduction by Ocean Science Radio and Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour (strictlyfishwrap.com/), we take a look at sex on the microscopic level. Featuring copepods and osedax worms, the team talks with Dr. Rachel Lasley-Rasher, of the University of Maine's Darling Marine ...…
 
Aired Wednesday, 22 March 2017, 3:00 PM ET Brave New Mind: Living In A Future-Science World Elliott Maynard is a leading-edge consciousness scientist and conceptual designer. His background spans the fields of Zoology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rainforest Biology. He earned his Ph.D. in Consciousness Research and served on t ...…
 
Jim Dempsey is the President of the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador. Jim has been around boats and the ocean all of his life. As a boy, he spent his summers on the beach where he always had a boat to row. After studying marine biology and oceanography at university, he was fortunate to be employed in his field for over forty yea ...…
 
Elliott Maynard is a neo-renaissance scientist and conceptual designer who walks his talk, lives his dream and is driven to share this information with others of like mind. His background spans the fields of Global Ecology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rainforest Biology. He earned a Ph.D. in Consciousness Research and has serv ...…
 
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Choosing language that helps resolve interpersonal conflict. Sometimes a question is really just a veiled form of criticism. Understanding the difference between "ask culture" and "guess culture" can help you know how to respond. And what words should you use with a co-worker who's continually apologizing for being late--but never changes her b ...…
 
Leanna embodies the dichotomy of order and structure mixed with a good dose of free-spiritedness. Basically, she likes to straddle boundaries, build bridges, move between worlds, and sample everything at the salad bar. Leanna has a Ph.D. in oceanography and works on climate change issues by helping to build coalitions of people who work in scie ...…
 
This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia is joined by marine biologist and underwater videographer Josh Stewart. Josh has studied and filmed mantas around the world and has spent several years studying coral recruitment on historic shipwrecks in the Dominican Republic. It was during one of these projects that he saw his first manta ray, and was ...…
 
This week on Animal Instinct, host Celia is joined by marine biologist and underwater videographer Josh Stewart. Josh has studied and filmed mantas around the world and has spent several years studying coral recruitment on historic shipwrecks in the Dominican Republic. It was during one of these projects that he saw his first manta ray, and was ...…
 
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Dreamvisions 7 Radio Network
 
Brave New Mind - A Conversation with Elliot Maynard, PhD Futurist Dr. Elliott Maynard, who has been referred to by some of his colleagues as “The Human from the Future.” He is a leading-edge consciousness scientist and conceptual designer whose background spans the fields of Zoology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rain forest Bio ...…
 
Over the last 30 years predictions of climate change as a threat to individuals, societies and nations have changed from possibilities to realities. Ethical issues associated with which individuals, companies, nations cause climate change, who might benefit from it, and who will suffer from the impacts have been part of the discussion from the ...…
 
Elliott Maynard is a neo-renaissance scientist and conceptual designer who walks his talk, lives his dream and is driven to share this information with others of like mind. His background spans the fields of Global Ecology, Coral Reef Ecology, Oceanography and Tropical Rainforest Biology. He earned a Ph.D. in Consciousness Research and has serv ...…
 
Dave Williamson (Nickelodeon) and Ryan Dalton (Sirius/XM) kick off the new year with a trivia bout on all things BBQ and 80s. Dave slurs some words while Dalton proves he's a Comedian You Should Know, and Budds reveals the best "advice" he ever got from comedian Jon Reep. BONUS STORY: Ryan's Uncle Wendell tells the story of his short-lived VHS/ ...…
 
The Terrifying Way Not Sleeping Enough Actually Changes Your Gut - from The Huffington PostDeaths from Fentanyl Overdoses Double In A Single Year - from The Huffington PostThis geophysicist uses rock-sniffing subs to understand polar magnetic flips - from Popular ScienceAt 81, this record-breaking diver isn't done exploring the ocean's depths - ...…
 
Malcolm Bowman recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on January 26, 2017. Bowman is an oceanographer, engineer, and professor of oceanography at State University of New York, Stony Brook.By aquariumofpacific@lbaop.org (Aquarium of the Pacific).
 
Max and Jim talk about the Nerlens Noel situation, where the Sixers go from here, and oceanography. (Intro/outro song by @johnwintertweet on Twitter)
 
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Forecast: climate conversations with Michael White
 
Normally my show notes are carefully reasoned, sober discussions of the remarkable pathways forged by inspirational scientists, and their subsequent breakthroughs. Not this time. This time, I will begin with a headline about today’s Forecast victim guest, Josh Willis, that might be suitable for The Onion: Idiot leftist scientist thrown out of s ...…
 
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