2010 Radioshow Podcast Archives
October 4th, 2010
Ocean Conditions, Spring/Summer, 2010 and Sharktober Fest and Marin Surfrider Foundation Events
Guests: Dr. Jaime Jahnke-PRBO Conservation Science, David McGuire-Sea Stewards, Scott Tye-Marin Chapter of Surfrider
Hear about the ocean conditions observed during the 2010 sampling season during the Applied
California Current Ecosystem Studies (ACCESS) program in 2010, what events are happening to highlight
the importance of sharks during SharkTober Fest, and what Marin Surfrider is up to in October.
Download the entire show
(20.2 MB) here.
July 5th, 2010
Climate Change Impacts-what can we expect
Guests: Dr. John Largier, UC Davis, Bodega Marine Lab,
Dr. Bill Sydeman, The Farallon Institute
Hear about the expected climate
change impacts that our coastal and
ocean ecosystem in the Bay Area
Download the entire show
June 7th, 2010
White Sharks off the Marin Coast
Guest: Scot Anderson, Shark researcher
Scot has been actively participating in
white shark research at the Farallon islands
and off the coast of Point Reyes. Hear
about how a once feared animal, is now
a species of concern.
Download the entire show 52 minutes
(19 MB) here.
May 3, 2010
Watershed Education at West Marin School
Guest: West Marin School stuents and BWET leaders Leslie
Adler Ivanbrook and Madalienne Hopel
Meet the leaders and students of a
BWET program happening amongst
the wilds of West Marin. Hear
students talk about their experiences
out and about learning about the coastal
Download the entire show 55 minutes
(20 MB) here.
April 5th, 2010
Wave Energy in California
Guest: Laura Engeman, California Ocean Protection Council
Can the ocean generate a sustainable source of energy for us? Learn about the local wave energy
project on the Sonoma Coast and other projects that are being planned for in CA. Hear about the
types of technology and what environmental impacts could exist.
Download the entire show 52 minutes (19 MB) here.
March 1st, 2010
Post Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Guest: Riki Ott, Marine Biologist, Author/Activist
In 1989 the landscape and coastal communities of Alaska/Prince William Sound and beyond changed
forever following the Exxon Valdex Oil Spill. What happened? How did this affect the communities
along the coast? Why did the litigation process take 20 years and the compensation only pay 10
cents on the dollar for the losses?
Download the entire show 54 minutes (19.2 MB) here.
February 1st, 2010
West Coast Ecosystem Based Management and San Francisco Ocean Film Festival 2010
Guests: Bill Douros, West Coast Regional Director for NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries and Nancy Iverson, filmmaker
West Coast Regional Director for the National Marine Sanctuary Program Bill Douros shares insight
into how resource managers plan for multiple uses in a productive ecosystem like we have here on
the west coast, a concept known as marine spatial planning, while keeping in mind the connections
between land and sea and broad ecosystem connectivity. Nancy Iverson, filmmaker/pediatrician talks
about her film "From the Badlands to Alactraz" that will be shown at the upcoming San Francisco
Ocean Film Festival.
Download the entire show 50 minutes (19 MB) here.
January 4th, 2010
What's happening on the Marin coast?
Guests: Rebecca Johnson, Paula Boule
Tune in to learn about the rocky intertidal docent program being led by the California Academy of
Sciences and the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and hear how Coho salmon returns
are on Lagunitas Creek, Marin County, CA.
Download the entire show 19 minutes (7.1 MB) here.