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Podcasts: August 2013

Diving Deeper

More than 153 years after it was lost in a violent collision at sea, NOAA and partners have identified the wreck of the ship Robert J. Walker, a steamer that served in the U.S. Coast Survey, a predecessor agency of NOAA. Today on Diving Deeper, join the Office of Coast Survey's Vitad Pradith and Office of National Marine Sanctuaries' James Delgado as they describe their journey to find the Walker.

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Diving Deeper Shorts

Get a glimpse into how NOAA responds to oil spills and why spills happen in today's Diving Deeper Shorts. (4:41)

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Making Waves

It's Shark Week! Tune in to hear 'Hooked on Sharks,' the latest episode of 'On the Line,' a new podcast from our colleagues at NOAA Fisheries. 'On the Line' features interviews with NOAA scientists who study fish, marine mammals, and other ocean life. In 'Hooked on Sharks,' we hear about a research project to see if a special type of hook can help vulnerable populations of sharks to survive. (10:50)

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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. Join us for a discussion about the social side of protecting coral reefs with scientist Peter Edwards from NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program. (10:04)

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