Podcast – Latest from Ocean Gazing

Sometimes understanding the vastness of the ocean means understanding the wee strands of DNA packed into the tiniest of cells, and how that DNA gives those cells some very special abilities. Visit Ocean Gazing to listen to the latest podcast in this series.

Podcast from COSEE-NOW

Listen to the latest Ocean Gazing podcast from COSEE-Networked Ocean World.  Autosubs look like giant yellow torpedoes.  They cruise the ocean silently.  But they’re watching, listening, probing, and measuring everything as they go. Autonomous, enormous, ingenious – visit Ocean Gazing

Podcast: Climate Change in Antarctica

Researcher Hugh Ducklow from the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA talks about his research on the effect of climate change on biology in Antarctica in the latest Ocean Gazing podcast from COSEE-Networked Ocean World.

Harmful Algal Blooms Research Podcast

Listen to scientists Barb and Gary Kirkpatrick talk about their work on understanding and containing Harmful Algal Blooms, in the latest Ocean Gazing podcast.  Listen Read about Ocean Gazing podcasts

World Ocean Day Podcast

World Ocean Day is June 8

The Thank You Ocean Report podcast features The Ocean Project’s Bill Mott, who discusses the history of World Ocean Day and describes some of the events you can participate in on June 8.  Listen to the podcast

World Ocean Day Podcast

Thank You Ocean Report podcast features The Ocean Project’s Bill Mott who discusses the history of World Ocean Day and describes some of the events you can participate in on June 8.  Listen to the podcast