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 Absolutely Smashing Events and Consulting on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host, editor and producer is Dr. Ashley Scarlett, familiarly known as Dr Scarlett Smash.
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On this week's episode Dr Ashley Scarlett (Dr Scarlett Smash) finds scientist Angela Ziltener at the SMM Conference and chats with her about her new work in the Red Sea with Indo-pacific bottlenose dolphins self-medicating with coral.
This episode is a special extra show recoded at the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s 24th Biennial Conference at Palm Beach, Florida. Dr Ashley Scarlett (Dr Scarlett Smash) interviews some of the scientists and students that presented posters at the conference. This episode features Enrico Corsi from Marine Conservation Ecology Lab at Florida Interna…
"You are an ocean contained in flesh; what hides within your deepest waters?" Episode written by Sarah Newton and featuring the voices of Sarah Newton, Jacob Zarick, Brandt Wolf. No anchor lines were harmed in the making of this episode. Check out our website (www.erraticuspod.com), our Twitter (@erraticuspod), or our Tumblr (@erraticuspodcast) for…
This episode is a special extra show recoded at the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s 24th Biennial Conference at Palm Beach, Florida. Dr Ashley Scarlett (Dr Scarlett Smash) interviews some of the scientists and students that presented posters at the conference. This episode features Mackenzie Griffin from Savannah State University, who talks about he…
On this week's episode Dr Ashley Scarlett talks to guest Dr Alex Zerbini about the role of the Scientific Committee and the chair as well as the upcoming meeting in October.
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett and Dr Chris Parsons chat about the upcoming Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals (1-5 August; in person and online). They talk about the program, some of the things to expect and the benefits of going to conferences (both in person or online)…
"Mysteries without, mysteries within; oh what a marvelous thing it is to exist." Episode written by Sarah Newton and featuring the voices of Sarah Newton and Jacob Zarick. No actuators were harmed in the making of this episode. Check out our website (www.erraticuspod.com), our Twitter (@erraticuspod), or our Tumblr (@erraticuspodcast) for more info…
On this week’s episode Dr Chris Parsons chats with Mark Simmonds and Laetitia Nunny about the issue of solitary sociable dolphins, and how to protect them.
“Self-awareness rarely penetrates as deeply as we think: this is both a blessing and a curse, a weapon and a weakness, a potential for growth and a trap for stagnation.” Episode written by Sarah Newton and featuring the voices of Sarah Newton and Jacob Zarick. Some cheese was consumed in the making of this episode. Check out our website (www.errati…
On this week’s episode Dr Chris Parsons chats with Mark Simmonds and Laetitia Nunny about the various ways that wild marine mammals interact with humans.
"The middle of nowhere is the edge of everywhere." Episode written by Sarah Newton and featuring the voices of Sarah Newton and Jacob Zarick. No hawks or handsaws were harmed in the making of this episode. Check out our website (www.erraticuspod.com), our Twitter (@erraticuspod), or our Tumblr (@erraticuspodcast) for more information and to be priv…
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett chats with Erin Ross-Marsh about her research on humpback whales and the different calls and sounds that they make.
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett speaks with guest Lauri Leach about how river restoration could impact marine mammal prey abundance.
The second of a two-part episode with Dr Emma Carroll. In this episode Dr Carroll talks about the discovery of a new beaked whale and cultural migratory behaviors.
This week’s episode is the first part of a series on Dr. Emma Carroll’s research on migrating, and non-migrating, whales. Dr. Carroll also explains what is meant by an “urban whale” and her research on Bryde’s whales in Auckland, New Zealand.
On this week’s episode we have Professor Floyd Hayes talking about cyanobacteria and algae found on pinnipeds. and his research on algal growth on harbor seals in California.
On this week’s episode our guest Kerri Scolardi from MOTE explains how she assesses the manatee population in Sarasota with aerial surveys
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett talks to Dr Stephanie King about her research on animal communication and cooperative strategies.
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett and Heather Spence have a fun time talking about renewable energy in the marine environment and how the sky is the limit when it comes to ideas in this area.
On this episode Dr Mel Cosentino explains how a common dolphin in Scotland was discovered "speaking porpoise".
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett chats with guest Emma Chereskin about her work on male dolphin alliances using vocal communication to ‘bond-at-a-distance’.
Join us for a discussion on the symbolism of some more common creatures like the cow, horse, pig, sheep, rooster, chicken, and goat. Selomon and Shantastic Shine have an eye opening experience checking out how truly magical some of these animals really are.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
In this week's episode Dr Beth Brady from Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium shares her recent work on how manatees communicate with one another with squeaks, squeals, and chirps.
Selomon and Shannon Shine discuss the symbolism of the cheetah, panther, lion, and tiger.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
In this episode, returning guest Dr. Chris Parsons continues discussing the history of whaling. Dr Parsons talks about whaling in more recent times.
On this episode, returning guest Dr. Chris Parsons provides us with a timeline of the history of whaling. Whaling dates back more than three thousand years and on this first of two episodes Dr Parsons talks about whaling's early beginning.
This episode we move on and cover the symbolism of some of the major jungle animals including an elephant, rhinoceros, giraffe, monkey, and sloth.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
On this episode, host Dr. Scarlett chats with marine mammal reproductive biologist Dr. Dara Orbach about her recent discoveries on the anatomy and function of the female dolphin clitoris.
Shannon Shine and Selomon discuss the magical symbolism of different animals including a starfish, manatee, manta ray, narwhal, shark, sealion, crab, angelfish, and seahorse.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett chats with Dr Alyx Milne, a sensory biologist. They talk about the way pinnipeds move their whiskers, and how they help them to sense what is around them in their natural environment.
Selomon and Shannon Shine discuss the spiritual significance and symbolism of five different sea creatures including the turtle, dolphin, whale, jellyfish, koi fish, and mantis shrimp.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
On this episode Dr Ashley Scarlett talks to guest Laura Julia Zantis about some shocking discoveries she made while studying whale poop!
On this episode Dr Ashley Scarlett is blown away by what guest Dr Stephanie Penk has to say about polar bears and the importance of their energy stores.
This is the introductory episode of the series on Animal Symbolism with Selomon and Shannon Shine.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
On this week's episode Dr Rachael Gray, a veterinarian, shares with us her most recent study investigating how to mitigate the impacts of hookworm and lice on Australian sea lions.By Society For Marine Mammalogy
We take a moment to recap Shine Online Festival 3. This is a shorter episode that we discuss how Shine Online went, the feedback we received, and what our plans are for the future with similar events.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
In this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett and guest Jaime Bolanos-Jimenez have a fun time chatting about his most recent work studying the population structure and dynamics of the Common Bottlenose Dolphin in the Gulf of MexicoBy Society for Marine Mammalogy
This episode is a guided meditation for world peace. It starts off by finding that feeling of peace within and expanding it out across the world.By Bring Me 2 Life Network
In honor of International Polar Bear Day (Sunday February 27th), this week’s guest is polar bear scientist Dr. Melissa Galicia, who talks about the diet of polar bearsBy Society for Marine Mammalogy
In this week’s episode, biologist Dr. Lonneke IJsseldijk explains the many things you can learn from a stranded marine mammal and she tells us about an unusual mass stranding of harbour porpoises in Europe.By Society For Marine Mammalogy
Shine Online Festival is a free virtual festival that we host to help others shine. Whatever you’re going through, these workshops will help everyone through the darkness and find ways to raise the collective vibration and shine on. Find all the workshop information and music schedule at https://www.bringme2life.com/shineonline…
Did you know that whales and dolphins can actually have whiskers? Dr. Ashley Scarlett chats with sensory biologist Dr. Robyn Grant about this little-known area of whale and dolphin biology. This episode is the last of three episodes about marine mammal whiskers.By Society For Marine Mammalogy
We welcome back Astrology, Counselor, and High Dimensional Channel BP back to the podcast to talk about evolutionary astrology and some transits including Jupiter in Pisces. They also discuss multiple planets coming out of retrogrades, Shine Online Festival, the difference between Astrology vs Astronomy, and much more. Visit BP's website https://ww…
This is part 2 of 3 episodes with sensory biologist Dr. Robyn Grant. In this week's episode, Dr. Grant explains why California Sea Lion whiskers are touch-sensitive.By Society For Marine Mammalogy
Camila Bruce reconnects spiritual goddesses to their wild sensuality, raw vulnerabilities, and empowered beauty through angelic, self-healing & photography. Check out her website for more info at https://www.luminousbycb.com/ Follow her on Instagram @luminousbycamilabruce Listen to more podcasts at https://www.bringme2life.com/podcast…
In this week’s episode, Dr. Ashley Scarlett talks to sensory biologist Dr. Robyn Grant about the evolution of whiskers in mammals. This is the first of several episodes of the importance of whiskers in marine mammals.By Society For Marine Mammalogy
Mystic Minstrel, Chad Wilkins, is an American/Australian singer-songwriter bringing heart-songs that reveal a better way for a generation in transitional times on our planet! From his lively, progressive grooves, to his deeply prayerful chants, spanning many genres, Chad’s rootsy folk anthems carry themes of love, gratitude, risk, honour, and pure …
Dr. Eddie Mercado is a Professor of Psychology from the University of Buffalo talks about humpback whale songs and a new theory about why they might be singing. Connect with SMM: Website: https://marinemammalscience.org/ Twitter: https://bit.ly/3FOkEev Facebook: https://bit.ly/3tTaeYqBy Society For Marine Mammalogy
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In this week’s episode, Dr. Ashley Scarlett talks to Dr. Angie Srema, an Assistant Professor at Oregon State University, who tells us about her research on blue whale genetics, and how this links to her more recent acoustic research.By Society For Marine Mammalogy