NOAA: Ocean Shorts

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Ocean Shorts is a bi-weekly program featuring interviews with NOS scientists on a wide variety of ocean topics

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Website
http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/podcast/
Description
Ocean Shorts brings you the best of the National Ocean Service's Diving Deeper and Making Waves podcasts.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-02-03 12:52
last episode published
2017-02-03 12:52
publication frequency
63.39 days
Contributors
NOAA National Ocean Service author  
National Ocean Service owner  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
21
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Science & Medicine Natural Sciences Government & Organizations National

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
3.02.2017

Subscribe to the New NOAA Ocean Podcast

The Ocean Shorts podcast has retired, but have no fear! We combined our Ocean Shorts, Diving Deeper,and Making Waves pods into one NEW podcast called NOAA Ocean. Subscribe in your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episode. Just search for "NOAA ...
National Ocean Service author
9.01.2017

ANNOUNCEMENT: New NOAA Ocean Podcast

The Ocean Shorts podcast has retired, but have no fear! We combined our Ocean Shorts, Diving Deeper,and Making Waves podcasts into one NEW podcast called NOAA Ocean. Subscribe to the new podcast in your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episode....
National Ocean Service author
15.09.2016

Connecting the Dots: Corals and Humans

Coral reefs are under intense pressure from climate change, pollution, and unsustainable use. So what can we do about it? To answer that question, we need to better understand the main threat to our reefs. Humans. Tune in to this excerpt from a longer ...
National Ocean Service author
18.08.2016

Ocean Economy

In this episode, we talk with a NOAA economist about our ocean economy and how, no matter where you live in the United States, you are connected to our ocean economy. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
5.05.2016

Harmful Algal Bloom Forecasting

In this episode, we talk with a NOAA expert about how (and why) we forecast harmful algal blooms. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
15.04.2016

Remembering the Titanic

One hundred and four years ago this month, the RMS Titanic sank after striking an iceberg on her maiden voyage from the United Kingdom to New York City. In recognition of this tragedy, we present an interview with Jim Delgado, Director of Maritime Heri...
National Ocean Service author
17.02.2016

Shipwreck Detective

In this episode, we look back at a November 2014 archaeological expedition led by the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries Maritime Heritage Program. This mission brought back the first-ever 3-D images of the City of Rio de Janeiro, considered by many...
National Ocean Service author
21.01.2016

Invasive Species

Have four minutes? Dive into our latest Ocean Shorts audio podcast as we explore what an invasive species is and how they are introduced to an area. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
24.11.2015

Marine Debris Movement

Dive into our latest Ocean Shorts podcast as we explore how marine debris moves in our environment and what causes it to move. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
29.10.2015

A Healthy Eelgrass Meadow is Restored

An effort to restore eelgrass beds along Virginia's eastern shore began with people painstakingly planting 200 acres of eelgrass seeds by hand. Today, these eelgrass meadows have grown to 6,195 acres — providing a home for an estimated 240,000 bay scal...
National Ocean Service author
17.09.2015

Coral Bleaching

What does it mean when a coral bleaches? Hear from NOAA's Jennifer Koss and Mark Eakin on the effects of coral bleaching in our latest Ocean Shorts audio podcast. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
18.06.2015

Hypoxia

In this episode, hear about a condition known as hypoxia -- where oxygen levels drop so low that creatures in the water are stressed or killed. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
8.06.2015

World Ocean Day (Special Feature)

What do you know about our ocean? We bet you'll learn something new in this short video. Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
14.05.2015

NOAA PORTS

NOAA PORTS® is an information system that delivers data that mariners need to navigate safely. Dive into our latest Ocean Shorts to learn more.Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
26.03.2015

Tsunamis

A tsunami is a series of ocean waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of water. Explore what causes a tsunami in our latest Ocean Shorts podcast.Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
19.03.2015

Four Corners

Four Corners Monument is the point where Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico meet. You could say that it's also the point where science, history, law, and tradition meet.Episode permanent link and show notes
National Ocean Service author
12.02.2015

Coastal Blue Carbon

Healthy coastal habitat is not only important for seafood and recreation, it also plays an important role in reducing climate change. In this podcast, we talk with NOAA environmental scientist Ariana Sutton-Grier about Coastal Blue Carbon. Episode per...
National Ocean Service author
6.02.2014

Invasive Lionfish

Lionfish are beautiful creatures, but are having a negative impact on coastal ecosystems. Get answers to a few common lionfish questions in this excerpt of a Diving Deeper podcast interview with NOAA lionfish expert James Morris. Episode permanent link...
National Ocean Service author
16.01.2014

Restoring Natural Resources

Eighteen years ago, on January 6, 1996, NOAA issued its final rules for conducting Natural Resource Damage Assessments for oil spills. Given this 18 year anniversary, today on Diving Deeper Shorts we will revisit our interview with Tom Brosnan on resto...
National Ocean Service author
12.09.2013

Historical Maps and Charts

Get the scoop on NOAA's Historical Maps and Charts collection in just three minutes on today's Diving Deeper Shorts.
National Ocean Service author
15.08.2013

Oil Spill Response

Get a glimpse into how NOAA responds to oil spills and why spills happen in today's Diving Deeper Shorts.
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