Connect with ocean experts and explore topics from corals to coastal science with our audio podcast.
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Let's dive in to the ocean! NOAA Ocean Today offers more than three hundred exciting, scientifically vetted short videos on topics ranging from deep sea exploration to climate change to marine life. Visit Ocean Today online, participate in a monthly 'Full Moon' live online show, or visit one of the many Ocean Today interactive kiosks located in museums, aquaria, and zoos around the world. Kurt Mann, Ocean Today Executive Producer, joins us to tell us all about this program.
In this episode, we speak with Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary's superintendent about world-class shipwrecks and the wealth of scientific research and recreational opportunities that the sanctuary has to offer.
In this episode, we speak with two experts to learn about how NOAA works alongside local partners on the island of Culebra to protect and restore the coral reef ecosystems and reduce the impacts of pollution.
Julia Powell and John Kelley from the Office of Coast Survey share how the team is working to foster innovation, improve navigation safety, aid in more efficient coastal route planning, and help mariners make informed decisions as they navigate our nation's waterways.
In this episode, we continue our conversation with two NOAA scientists about a study that looked at using mussels as "biomonitors" to measure microplastic pollution in the Great Lakes.
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From corals to coastal science, connect with ocean experts to explore questions about the ocean environment.
We also offer episode archives and transcripts for Making Waves and Diving Deeper, two podcasts which preceded the NOAA Ocean Podcast: