This is our on-going lecture series–now virtual!
Join from anywhere in the world via zoom.
Interested in presenting? Contact [email protected] with a brief bio and description of your talk. We’ll be in touch!
Previous Talks and Resources
OCTOBER 2021: Marine Mammal Strandings and Unusual Mortality Events Along the Pacific Coast with Dr. Cara Field
SEPTEMBER 2021: Salmon and Steelhead of Coastal Mendocino County with Sarah Gallagher
SEPTEMBER 2021: Large Whale Entanglement Response with Jack Barkowski
AUGUST 2021: Feeding Ecology and Physiology of Baleen Whales with special guest Geraldine Busquets-Vass
JULY 2021: Whale and Ocean Acoustics with Jeff Jacobsen and Special Guests Yvonne Barkley, Michelle Fournet & Michael Stocker
JULY 2021: Part 2: Beyond Curious Encounters: Bubble Rings & Humpback Whales with Jodi Frediani and Fred Sharpe
JUNE 2021: Marine Heat Waves vs. Upwelling along the Northern California Coast with Marisol Garcia-Reyes
MAY 2021: Part 1: Humpback Whale Communications Systems with Fred Sharpe
APRIL 2021: Beneath the Surface: Studying the Underwater World of Baleen Whales with Ari Friedlaender
MAR 2021: Tour of CA Academy of Sciences Marine Mammal Research Collection with Moe Flannery
MAR 2021: A Small Piece of a Large Puzzle: Investigating the prey quality and foraging choices of gray whales on the Oregon coast with Lisa Hildebrand
MAR 2021: Overeating and Spending Time in with the Kids: Whales in the Alaskan Arctic with Janet Clarke
FEB 2021: Kelp Forest Restoration Project with Tristin McHugh, Morgan Murphy-Cannella, Ian Norton, and Kristen Elsmore
FEB 2021: The Secret Language of Elephant Seals with Carolyn Casey
JAN 2021: CA King Tides Project with Annie Frankel
MAY 2020: The History and Happenings of the Mendocino Coast Field Station with Brianna Zuber (video coming soon)
MARCH 2020: Gray Whales and Recent Migration Changes with Tanya Smart (video coming soon)
FEB 2020: A 100-year History of Ocean Acidification on the California Coast with Emily Osborne(video coming soon)
SEPT 2019: Mill Site History with Linda Ruffing
APRIL 2019: Oceanography with Andy Jahn