Oct. 23, 2017

SUFB 385: Salmon Researchers Have First Nets Empty While Sampling

SUFB 385: Salmon Researchers Have First Nets Empty While Sampling

As always, there is quite a bit going on in Marine Science and Conservation field so it's a good thing that the Speak Up For Blue Podcast is here to keep you updated. Here are the stories for today: 1) Open Acces Week (3:34) 2) Salmon populations may...


As always, there is quite a bit going on in Marine Science and Conservation field so it's a good thing that the Speak Up For Blue Podcast is here to keep you updated. Here are the stories for today:
1) Open Acces Week (3:34)
2) Salmon populations may be decreasing for many reasons (8:28)
3) Scientists travel too much by plane to go to conferences/meetings (23:00)
4) Master Chef technique used to safely transport Sea Turtle Eggs (30:40)

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