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      Lecture Archive: Florida Reef Tract Rescue Project

      Florida Coral Rescue: A Great Adventure Story

      Lecture date: October 22, 2020. Beth Firchau and other members of her team share the story of the Florida Reef Tract Rescue Project and rescuing corals in Florida.
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      Lecture Archive: Jon Gertner

      Ice at the End of the World

      Lecture date: October 15, 2020. Journalist and historian Jon Gertner discusses his book and Greenland's rapidly melting ice sheet, a harbinger of climate change.
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      Lecture Archive: Hazel Wong

      Dispelling Conservation Myths About Communities of Color

      Lecture date: October 8, 2020. In this virtual lecture, Hazel Wong contrasts the voting patterns of communities of color versus white communities when it comes to environmental issues. Wong is the director of Global Conservation Campaigns at The Nature Conservancy.
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      Lecture Archive: The Aquarium’s Largest Exhibit, Part Two

      Presented by the Aquarium's Husbandry Department

      Lecture date: September 23, 2020. In the second installment of a two-part series, Curator of Fish and Invertebrates Nate Jaros will lead a presentation on the Aquarium’s largest exhibit, the Tropical Reef Habitat and its care and maintenance.
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      Lecture Archive: The Aquarium’s Largest Exhibit, Part One

      Presented by the Aquarium's Husbandry Department

      Lecture date: September 16, 2020. In the first of a two-part series, Curator of Fish and Invertebrates Nate Jaros will lead a presentation on the Aquarium’s largest exhibit, the Tropical Reef Habitat, along with staff members who maintain the exhibit, Assistant Curator Janet Monday and Aquarist II Lauren Samarov.
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      Lecture Archive: Dr. Lance Adams and Brett Long

      Aquarium Animals and COVID-19: Implications for Sea Otter Programs at the Aquarium of the Pacific

      Lecture date: September 10, 2020. Two Aquarium experts discuss the potential impacts of COVID-19 on sea otters.
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      Lecture Archive: Bart Shepherd

      Hope for Reefs: Advancing the Science of Coral Reef Restoration

      Lecture date: August 27, 2020. Bart Shepherd discusses the scientific and practical techniques needed to give coral reefs a hopeful future.
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      Lecture Archive: Jeffrey Bennett

      Global Warming Demystified: The Science, The Consequences, and The Solutions

      Lecture date: August 11, 2020. Jeffrey Bennett answers questions about the science of global warming, while showing that the solutions to this important problem are ones that people of all persuasions can agree on.
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      Lecture Archive: Mike Bartick

      Fantastic Beasts: Dragons of the Deep, Gelatinous Sea Creatures, Slugs with Solar Panels, Fish with Hair?

      Lecture date: July 22, 2020. Mike Bartick shares some of his favorite animals and discusses their interesting designs and superpowers for survival in our planet’s harshest environment, the ocean.
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      Lecture Archive: Charles Colgan

      The Blue Economy: An Introduction

      Lecture date: July 15, 2020. Charles Colgan introduces the ideas behind the blue economy, assesses current efforts to create it, and explores the problem of how we will know if we have been successful in creating a blue economy.

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