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Podcasts: April 2012

Making Waves

One hundred years ago this month, the RMS Titanic sank after striking an iceberg on her maiden voyage from the United Kingdom to New York City. Nearly three-quarters of the 2,200 people on board the ship perished. In recognition of this anniversary, we present an interview with Jim Delgado, Director of Maritime Heritage with NOS's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. This is Part II of a special two-episode Titanic podcast.

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Diving Deeper Shorts

Do you know why we need tidal data (or how we use tidal data) every single day? Today's Diving Deeper Shorts revisits a past interview to explore this question…in just four minutes!

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Making Waves

One hundred years ago this month, the RMS Titanic sank after striking an iceberg on her maiden voyage from the United Kingdom to New York City. Nearly three-quarters of the 2,200 people on board the ship perished. In recognition of this anniversary, we present an interview with Jim Delgado, Director of Maritime Heritage with NOS's Office of National Marine Sanctuaries. This is the first half of a special two-part Titanic podcast launching this month.

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Diving Deeper

In less than a decade, lionfish have become widely established across the Southeast U.S. and Caribbean. Recent estimates indicate that lionfish have surpassed some native species with the highest estimates reporting hundreds per acre in some locations. In today's Diving Deeper, we explore invasive lionfish with James Morris from the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science.

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