Multimedia Highlights

We recommend these ocean books, podcasts, and videos for more information on marine policy, ocean science, and interesting happenings in the sea.

America’s Marine Sanctuaries by National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
The Nature of Nature by Enric Sala
A Lab of One’s Own
by Rita Colwell
Becoming Wild by Carl Safina
Ocean Outbreak by Drew Harvell
Salmon by Mark Kurlansky
Reef Life by Callum Roberts
Sea Change: A Message of the Oceans (2020 edition) by Sylvia Earle
The Outlaw Ocean by Ian Urbina
Chesapeake Requiem by Earl Swift
Imperiled Ocean by Laura Trethewey
Looking for Whales
by Wade and Robyn Hughes
The Curious World of Seaweed
by Josie Iselin

For Kids:
The Mess That We Made by Michelle Lord
Whales: An Illustrated Celebration
by Kelsey Oseid
The Big Book of Blue
by Yuval Zommer
Shark Lady
by Jess Keating
Marine Science for Kids
by Josh and Bethanie Hestermann

Podcasts

August 27, 2020 Science Magazine Arctic sea ice under attack, and ancient records that can predict the future effects of climate change

August 19, 2020 Mongabay Singing and Whistling Cetaceans of Southern Africa Revealed by Bioacoustics

July 30, 2020 NOAA Ocean Service Breaking Down Barriers

June 24, 2020 Mongabay Animals Have Culture, Too

April 9, 2020 Scientific American What’s a Narwhal Tusk For?

March 27, 2020 Webinar: The Connection between the Planet’s Natural Systems and COVID-19: A Conversation with Dr. Sylvia Earle & Liz Taylor

Videos

October 2, 2020 Science Gray Sharks Get Dinner by ‘Bumming’ Food From Hard-Hunting Whitetips

September 25, 2020 Mongabay Filipino Women Guard Marine Protected Area

June 12, 2020 Northeastern University Cataloguing the Ocean

May 5, 2020 Hakai Magazine Keepers of the Deep

April 30, 2020 PBS Poetry in America The Fish, by Marianne Moore

April 26, 2020 Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii The Story of Plastics Talk Story






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