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Marine Mammal Science is a podcast covering some of the latest scientific research on marine mammals – whales and dolphins, polar bears, seals and sea lions, manatees and dugongs, and sea otters. The podcast is produced by Speak Up For Blue Media on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
Aquatic Wetline is a tropical fish keeping show that focuses on Saltwater and Freshwater fish. There is a fish show for every fish keeper out there! Aqua Alex has been keeping fish ever since he was 12 years old. Aqua Alex may be a young fish keeper since he is only 23 years old, but he is very passionate about the aquarium hobby and he can't wait to chat fish with you! Aquatic Wetline has been running for 3 years now and we are getting stronger and stronger.
 
Discover how our most precious commodity impacts our lives in so many fascinating ways. That's right! We're talking about water, but not like you've ever heard it before. Join us as we explore social, environmental and economic issues around the globe as we ask the questions: what are we doing, and how can we do better? The "Water We Doing?" podcast is a production of the Aquatic Biosphere Project. The podcast is produced and hosted by David Evans (P. Biol), the Project's Director of Conserv ...
 
Wild salmon give their very lives so that life itself can continue. They are the inspiration for each episode asking change-makers in this world what they are doing to save the things they love most. Join filmmaker, Mark Titus as we connect with extraordinary humans saving what they love through radical compassion and meaningful action. Visit evaswild.com for more information.
 
BEASTLY THEORIES - is a low tech, low key, low brow endeavour, hosted by author of Beasts of Britain - Andy McGrath, as an attempt to discuss the highs and lows of Cryptozoology research and obsession. Although 'podcast' in name, the 'show' is more of an exercise in nepotism, as Andy seeks conversation with those embroiled in the subject he is chiefly interested in and to determines to avail himself (and you) of the prize of knowledge, that lies inside their brawny brains.
 
Bob Lusk, founder of Pond Boss Magazine, is giving back to the fisheries & aquaculture community through Pond Boss's newest educational outlet - Pond Boss Productions. Join in while we bring you all of the industry secrets from basic pond management to current fishery trends and specialty aquatic application. Like what you hear? Become part of the Pond Boss family! Subscribe to Pond Boss Magazine where you can immerse yourself in our vast network of knowledgeable experts, specialty vendors, ...
 
Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world. Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic a ...
 
Best of the Underground music (mostly rock music). Holy Crap Records' editors John and Cinnamon Kennedy review the best five submissions from unsigned bands that we have received each week. The music in this podcast comes to you courtesy of the artists themselves, and it tends to be excellent. The editors talk about what we especially like about each song, and tell you trivia that we may have about the artists. We also interview musicians each week, and talk a bit about the music industry an ...
 
Welcome to Marriott Bonvoy Traveler's Behind the Design podcast series where we reveal the creative decisions involved in creating some of Marriott’s best hotels. Join Marriott hosts as they interview the hotel industry’s top designers and explore the trends and innovations that go into making hotels look the way they do. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A collection of friends, more like family, holding deep and meaningful conversations about our passion for the outdoors. Hunting, fishing, and deep heart felt conversations where we put the people around us in the story, while painting a perfect picture for those listening as to what we are, and where we are headed. We strive to not only bring the single story to life, but also develop a deeper understanding of where it all began, and why the passion in anything exists. Sure there will be st ...
 
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John is famous and insufferable. Summer tells stories about famous people who died unfamous. AND great, excellent music. (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)By cinnamon kennedy, john kennedy, jp kennedy
 
Ever wonder how you can hurt or improve your lake? Greg Grimes joins us in studio for a talk around lake development strategies, and gives insight into how to make yours better! He also tells about his NFP Cammo, in which underprivileged youth get a chance to get outdoors! Check it out!! https://www.facebook.com/talkaboutitoutdoors https://www.inst…
 
Join me for episode 56, as I chat to Irish Aquatic Monsters, founders, Gary Cunningham and Rob Cornes. We delve into a history of Ireland's mystery water beasts, divide folklore from fantasy and run through a likely list of monster impostors, to explain the prevalence of lake monster lore throughout the emerald isle! Watch Here: https://youtu.be/8J…
 
The Super Aquatic Games Starring the Aquabats! Now that’s quite the title. Did you think it was about the band, The Aquabats? Nope, it’s not. Did you think it was about water sports? Are you some sort of incredible clairvoyant who suspected this was actually one of James Pond’s games and it was a spoof … Continue reading → The post Ep. 604 – Super …
 
Listen to Andy's story on this episode where we witness the timeline of a teenager that keeps a few tanks in his room to a seasoned breeder that plans to open his own LFS soon. Roommates, magic water, road trips and much more. Are you ready to rumble? Follow Andy on Instagram: @andles_aquatics Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted…
 
The world is 71% water and new aquatic species are being discovered every day. Why not mermaids? Stories from all around the world say they exist. Do they? We are going to take a detailed look into the history, folklore, and legends of these creatures, and share some really interesting first-hand experiences, including one from Christopher Columbus…
 
Check out Daniel Schindler and his work:⁣ Alaska Salmon Program⁣⁣ Save What You Love with Mark Titus:⁣ Produced: Tyler White⁣ Edited: Patrick Troll⁣ Music: Whiskey Class⁣ Instagram: @savewhatyoulovepodcast Website: savewhatyoulove.evaswild.com Support wild salmon at evaswild.comBy Mark Titus
 
One of the great things in Paul Bunyan Country is Bemidji State University. Another great thing in Paul Bunyan Country is the outdoors...thousands of lakes, rivers, wetlands, forests and more. And when you put those two together, you have a pretty incredible Aquatic Biology program. For years, we've featured a segment called "Ask The Aquatic Biolog…
 
2021 Itasca AIS Summit to be held March 24 via Zoom Grand Rapids, MN (Mar. 4, 2021) — The Itasca County Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Program announced today that it will host the 2021 Itasca AIS Summit from 9-11am Wednesday, March 24 via Zoom. The Summit features well-known fishing guide Tom Neustrom , who will speak about “The Future of Our Lake…
 
Did you know that the lands around Alberta's Rocky Mountains could become open pit coal mines? This has become quite the hot topic in the Province of Alberta as it was a decision that the government took without any consultation to the public or any stakeholder groups. This is precious land to not only Albertans but to many Canadians. It is also wh…
 
DUCK DODGERS! No, wait, that’s not the title. It totally should be the title but instead it is called Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions. Missed opportunity. Well, the Randomizer threw this one at us and it was one of the more polarized differing opinions between Tyler and Dave in quite some time. Dave had a … Continue reading → The post Ep. 606 – Daf…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each week, our resident phenologist John Latimer closely assesses the subtle and not so subtle phenological changes happening in nature and compares them to his meticulous, decades of data. On Tuesdays during the Phenology Show, we hear his findings in the official Phe…
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Tuesday mornings during our Phenology Talkback we share phenology reports and questions from listeners and area students. We heard from six classrooms this week and the kids reported spring action everywhere! Sofia and Hawley in Cohasset report longer days and warmer w…
 
You know his name. You love his movies. In the history of cinema, Stanley Kubrick is one of the greatest of all time. On this episode, Brad and Jeff discuss Kubrick's impressive filmography, which arguably began with his 1956 film noir classic, The Killing. It's a straightforward heist film, known for heavily influencing and often inspiring a gener…
 
This episode is a recording from the participants at our latest event - Contact in the Canyon. An event in Utah between Bryce Canyon and Zion Park put on by The Brothers of the Serpent podcast, Grimerica, David Mathisen (Star Myths of the World) and Brandon Powell (Wim Hoff Trainer) The participants cycle through and say a few words about their wee…
 
Arianna Soldati, a volcanologist and assistant professor of marine, earth and atmospheric sciences, explains what volcanoes do and what it feels like to get up close and personal with a lava flow. Volcanoes form in places where the plates that make up the earth’s crust come together or drift apart. That’s because these are the places where the eart…
 
Did you know that the lands around Alberta's Rocky Mountains could become open pit coal mines? This has become quite the hot topic in the Province of Alberta as it was a decision that the government took without any consultation to the public or any stakeholder groups. This is precious land to not only Albertans but to many Canadians. It is also wh…
 
The Cephalosquad managed to slip out of battle, but at what cost? Zensil Disappeared and Marmo’s dead. Our downtrodden adventurers collect their evidence and head back into the castle only to be arrested upon arrival. Through some cunning persuasion and absolutely no help from Lucien they manage to save their skins and prepare to parlay with the in…
 
Drum roll for our first international guest on Rumble Fish! We took the rumble all the way to Greece to chat with Stelios about his underwater journey, Tennessee Williams, summertime in Athens, international affairs and much more. Are you ready to rumble? Follow Stelios on IG: @petrichor_gm Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_bu…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Iain Staniland, who talks to Ashley Scarlett about his previous seal research before becoming the International Whaling Commission’s new Head of Science. They also talk about some of the IWC’s Scientific Committee activities this year and their new initiativesBy Speak Up For Blue
 
In this episode, Mack Braswell from Blue Collar Outfitters joins us in studio to talk turkeys, deer, and ducks. Mack and his partner Colby are young and eager with a goal set a mile long they are determined to accomplish. Great talk with some awesome guys who appreciate life and are looking for more. https://www.facebook.com/talkaboutitoutdoors htt…
 
Our last listener questions episode was a ton of fun so we diced to repeat. We'll be talking high end reels, fishing line, favorite junk food, pets and everything in between. Hope you enjoy! Check out MONSTERBASS the #betterbox and use code SAVE15 to get your first box for $10. LINK BELOW Brand Ambassador/Pro Staff/Affiliate: Okuma: https://okumafi…
 
It’s Flashback Friday where we celebrate sporting heroes of years gone by and we highlighted the life of Lee Elder who made history when he became the first Black man to play at The Masters in 1975 and he was invited last Thursday as an Honorary Starter for this year’s Masters along with Jack Nicklaus and South African Gary PlayerWe spoke to Chairm…
 
The bears have awakened and are looking for food. We talk with Andy Tri of the Minnesota DNR on preventing unwanted dining in your yard and all things bear. Plus, Steve Scepaniak can only clean his tackle so much. What will he do when the lakes are completely clear?By info@podcastone.com
 
Phenology is the rhythmic biological nature of events as they relate to climate. Each Tuesday our resident phenologist John Latimer takes a deep dive into the phenological progress. Each Tuesday at 6:50am, John shares observations from listeners during our Phenology Talkbacks segment. He goes indepth with his own observations in his official, weekl…
 
In 2016, an accelerator physics centre called Fermilab acquired a massive circular 50 foot magnet from a lab in New York. Too big for the roads, the magnet had to take a 2000km detour via New Orleans to get to its new home. This was the start of the “muon g-2” experiment. Last week, Fermilab announced some of their results, and they don’t quite add…
 
We take a tram down the road of the Edwardians! From Suffragettes to the dawn of breakfast serials. We lay it all out bare and discovery a period in history straddling the old and the new.Contact Us! We want to hear from you! We will also promote your podcast, music or product for free!carolandcheryl@gmail.com www.carolandcheryl.com YouTubehttps://…
 
Mary Lynn (of beagle-pack fame) joins us again on Artemis to talk turkeys. We talk about which calls to use, which sounds to master, where to put all your calls, and just... all things turkey. How do you know when to wait on a bird versus moving on? What about when a 'Jolene' hen moves in on your tom? 3:00 Wild turkey grand slam: Eastern, Osceola, …
 
Invasive species are a huge problem around the world. Asian Carp are most well known for flying through the air, striking anyone out for a pleasure cruise on the river, but they have completely changed the ecology and ecosystems they have taken over. They have taken over the Mississippi river and they are headed for the Great Lakes and Canadian Wat…
 
The medical industry is a tough nut to crack The healthcare industry is inherently traditional and can sometimes seem averse to progression. There are also substantial legal, regulatory and financial considerations that come into play when we’re looking at developing new tech products and modern solutions. This is why champions and early adopters o…
 
Invasive species are a huge problem around the world. Asian Carp are most well known for flying through the air, striking anyone out for a pleasure cruise on the river, but they have completely changed the ecology and ecosystems they have taken over. They have taken over the Mississippi river and they are headed for the Great Lakes and Canadian Wat…
 
The gift from the Randomizer this week is, the fantastic alluring title of SOS / Septentrion (if you had it overseas). It could have used a much better title but we will get to that later. We try some Easter snacks, talk about cats and how to rank them compared to other cats that we … Continue reading → The post Ep. 605 – SOS / Septentrion appeared…
 
John’s covid super-vision, backup dancing, AND great, excellent music. (All podcasts and reviews are on www.hlycrp.com, and you can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and Spotify, and Apple Podcasts.)By cinnamon kennedy, jp kennedy, john kennedy
 
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