Tune in on World Ocean‘s Day 2012 (June 8) as renowned ocean explorer Sylvia Earle talks with a team of coral reef scientists working around the Galápagos Islands. The event, hosted by the Living Oceans Foundation, will be broadcast live from from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
The scientists will be aboard a research vessel, Golden Shadow, in the
Galápagos studying how corals in the area have bounced back from threats such as temperature changes, acidity, and bleaching events. After discussing the research over live video chat, Earle will talk about ocean conservation issues with a panel of youth leaders.
Come listen and participate in the conversation on June 8th starting at
3:30pm EST. We will be streaming live from this page and if you have
questions while watching make sure to send us a tweet!
- Living Oceans Foundation Webcast live from the Galapagos on World Oceans Day (prnewswire.com)
- Living Oceans Foundation Webcast live from the Galapagos on World Oceans Day (sacbee.com)
- The Ocean: Heart of the Planet (ecology.com)
- Biorock giving new life to coral reefs | Johnny Langenheim (bfreenews.com)
- Breathtaking wave photography and World Ocean Day (wjla.com)
- “The Ocean We Want To Know” Music Video Parodies Gotye for World Oceans Day (treehugger.com)
- World Oceans Day bittersweet for DFO (cbc.ca)
- Honor World Oceans Day with these mermaid-inspired finds (mnn.com)
- Ten Things That Came From the Ocean (ecology.com)
- Mera McGrew: Coral: Rekindling Venus (huffingtonpost.com)