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A podcast for and about women involved in the oceans in some way, ocean sciences, ocean lifestyle, all of it! If you're a fan of the oceans, listen in every week for something new about the ocean life! Check out our Website at waterwomenpodcast.ca or our socials @ WaterWomenPodcast
 
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Sometimes animals end up where they aren't suppose to be, then take over... these invasive species lead to massive amounts of work for all those involved! And today to get all up in these species business, Jill is joined by Alisha Gill and they talk the ins and outs of how invasive species end up where they do and why that is bad! More from Alisha:…
 
Today's Guest is Dr. Claire Madden! A sea world vet! In this episode Jill and Dr. Madden chat about the field of Marine vet science, how Claire got into the field, and what makes it worth it - including some of her craziest days, like a dolphin blood transfusion! More from Claire: @drclairemadden As always, you can check out more water women on our…
 
Meet Anita Ankarlou, a self proclaimed ocean lover since birth and Water Women's youngest guest yet! She is ready to do what it takes to save the Red Sea! Dive into today episode while Anita and Jill talk about the Red Sea, growing up with an ocean love and future plans for Antia! More from Anita: @anitaankarlou As always, you can check out more wa…
 
what is up in the thames you ask? Wanda is here to fill up in! Learn more about the thames in this interview! Today we talk about wildlife in the thames, pollution in the river and Wandas work and efforts in the thames! more from Wanda: @thamespaddler As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagr…
 
Did you know lobsters made noise?? I didn't either - but thankful Jess is here to let us in on the secrets of the lobsters songs!! More from Jess: @smithington00 As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salt…
 
GET YOUR STAY SALTY MERCH !!!! AVAILABLE NOW!!! http://www.waterwomenpodcast.ca/shop.html#/ Dr. Vanessa Pirotta is a wildlife scientist and active scientific communicator! She also is a whale girl - much like Jill! Join the two of them today as they discuss WHALE SNOT, how and Why it is captured, and what its like being a woman in a heavily male do…
 
Let's get Salty! Today Jill is joined by Finn van der Aar, also known as salt water stories! Today's chat covers everything from the importance of the ocean, to marine mammals, and even a bakery??? Click Play! More from Finn: @saltwaterstories.me As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @…
 
We hear a lot about marine energy, but what really is it? And more importantly who is trying to understand it and how its going to affect us? This is where Alicia Amerson and the rest of her team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are working on with the Triton Initiative! More From PNNL: https://www.pnnl.gov/projects/triton @pnnlab As always…
 
What else is there to say? Today Jill is joined by Dr. Sylvia Earle in a conversation about the ocean, its health and what we can expect for its future! As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twitter @Waterwomenpod Stay Salty…
 
the 21st Century Kartini is a Talk Show and Mentorship Programme that focuses on Celebrating Women in Ocean Science and Technology!! Listen in as we meet with the team, the founders, a mentor and two mentees! :) @21stcenturykartini As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodca…
 
In today's episode Jill is join by Pam Ferris-Olson, the creator of Women mind the water, a platform that share stories and art that raises awareness of the connection between humans and water, reflects upon the ways humans engage with and shares responsibility for the ocean. Women Mind the Water began as a digital stories project. The stories high…
 
In this episode Nakia Cullian joins us and tells us all about her research happening in Mozambique, how she got there (THE SAME DAY AS DEFENDING HER. MASTERS WHAT) and gives us some BTS of mantas!!! Check out more from Nakia: @Naturenakk As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwome…
 
Let's talk Sharks, and octopus, and MIAZ... Meghan is a Marine Scientist, with a MSc in Octopus behavior and currently a PhD Student studying sevengill sharks! She is the co host of Sharkpedia podcast and the co-founder of MIAZ! More from Meghan: @megholst @SharkpediaPod @MIAZS_Now As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https…
 
Surfrider is a grass roots organization that is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people, through a powerful activist network! Stefanie Sekich-Quinn is the Costal preservation manager! In her own words, Stefanie might tell you that she’s a “politics, law and policy” dork, but that isn’t the c…
 
Laura Garcia Barcia is a Ph.D. candidate at Florida International University’s Predator Ecology & Conservation Lab. Originally from Barcelona, Spain, she is an environmental biologist particularly interested in marine wildlife conservation. The ultimate goal of García Barcia’s research is to inform conservation measures that help improve the status…
 
What do koalas and chlamydia have to o with the ocean? Well.. not much really. But Jas also does work with ecotoxicology, sharks, and humpback whales. Today we also discuss imposter syndrome as an undergrad and how Jas got to where she is in her undergrad! More from Jas: @jas.rasmussen As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: h…
 
Ever wondered what its like living on a sailboat with your sister? Wonder no more, Sascha and Nathalie are hear to spill the beans on what the past while for them has been like living together on a sailboat! How do you do it sustainably?? Catch your own food and make your own water of course...... Check out more from Sascha & Nathalie on all their …
 
Okay did YOU know there were tiny little communities living in our oceans dirt? Like REALLY tiny little things, that actually play a huge role in our ocean health and wellbeing?? Because Mary Clinton sure did and has spent her masters trying to understand whats happening to them with climate change and where that can potentially lead us! More from …
 
Have you listened to the LGBTQ+ Stemcast yet? if not you should be! Today, host Annabel Gong chats with Jill about her work studying sharks and rays, and their super amazing podcast!! Check out the LGBTQ+ StemCast Here: https://anchor.fm/LGBTQstemcast More from Annabel: @annabelgong As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: http…
 
Right Whales, Manatees, and Drones, Gina Lonati is here to talk about them all! Gina is a PhD Student at UNB - Saint John studying the ever elusive and endangered right whales.....using drones? Join us today to hear all about why these animals are so important to protect, how she is using drones to gain valuable information about these animals, and…
 
Meet Marie, a creative genius, ocean enthusiast, plastic hater, water protector, and director of the UNB Art Centre! Over the past 10 years Marie has put on displays for World Water day with the UNB Art Centre to raise awarness about water accessibility and water issues world wide! Click play to learn more! UNB ART CENTRE: https://www.unb.ca/cel/en…
 
If you look really closely, everything about the ocean is art, and thats what Janavi Kramer wants to share in her artwork and in her project below and beyond art! Take a listen as Jill and Janavi talk about what in the ocean is art, why art is important to the ocean and ocean communication, and how Janavi brings the ocean to life in her artwork ! M…
 
We all learn life lessons, but very few of us get to learn them while rowing across not one, but THREE oceans! Today, ocean rower, Author, and environmental speaker Roz Savage tells us about the life lessons she learned while she spent her time rowing across the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Ocean to raise awareness about the ecological crisis we a…
 
Today we’re talking whales, literally! We're diving in with Dr. Bec Wellard tells us all about the amazing research she does on the vocalisations of orca whales!! Enjoy the many tangents of two cetacean lovers as they discuss the ins and outs of the secret lives of whales! Find out more about Bec & Project orca: http://www.projectorca.com.au As alw…
 
Great white shark almost attacks? A snack for Komodo dragons? Tam certainly has had some wild experiences, and in this episode she sits down with Jill to talk all about her travels while participating in citizen science projects, and the books she has publish and a inside look to the one she's working on now.... featuring a previous water woman....…
 
USE CODE WATERWOMEN FOR 20% OFF YOUR ORDER AT ANATOLIFE.COM Anyone Can be a marine biologist - you just have to get there. Today Jill & Daisy Mae Talk about their obstacles on their path to ocean lovers and marine biologists in ope of inspiring other future marine biology lovers! As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https:/…
 
USE CODE WATERWOMEN FOR 20% OFF YOUR ORDER AT ANATOLIFE.COM On today's episode, Jill is joined by Emma Longden as they talk all things Cetacean & how they communicate! You can follow along with Emma @Emmalongden on twitter!! As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Fac…
 
CHECK OUT ELLIEMAE DESIGNS FOR SOME AMAZING CUSTOM SWEATSHITS, TSHIRTS, AND WELCOME MATS. The youngest water woman we've been joined by yet - Charlotte chats with Jill today about her passion from marine biology and how it birthed her project child - 60seconds4oceans! An instagram account that features 60 second videos of current marine biologists …
 
USE CODE WATERWOMEN FOR 20% OFF YOUR ORDER AT ISAVIBESHOP.COM Did you know your fish need check ups? It's true! And today we hear from the woman who does the check ups! Dr. Jessie Sanders is a fish vet , and she spends these next 40 minutes explaining what a fish vet does, why she became one and her advice for a young girl who wants to do the same!…
 
She discovered a new manta species, completed the first PhD on Mantas, and founded a marine mega-fauna foundation... She truly is a superhero water woman! Today Jill is joined by Dr. Andrea Marshall - aka queen of mantas - and they talk all things Manta, conservation, and journeys! Checkout more from Andrea: @queenofmantas As always, you can check …
 
if you're an ocean lover, you know it and you probably love it! Today we're learning the behind the scenes story of the clothing thats taking the ocean by storm (and saving it!) Ocean mimic! Founder Emma joins Jill today as they talk sustainable shopping, ocean waste reduction, and new ocean mimic bikinis! Check out mimic & get your own here: https…
 
Today we dive in to talking to certified water woman Brinkley Davies! We talk all about her life growing up surfing, free diving, and spending time in the water and how it lead to where she is now, a marine biologist, head of the balu blue foundation, and creator of the Bandicoot Jewellery brand! Check out more from Brinkley: https://www.brinkleyda…
 
Let's jump in with TikTok's favourite marine biologist intertidal Kendra! We talk Kendra's journey into marine science, why she is passionate about scientific communication, and how she is staying motivated right now! Check her out on her socials medias: @intertidalkendy and her podcast: intertidal talks! As always, you can check out more water wom…
 
Jill sits down today with a pal to discuss a fisheries opportunity for Arctic sea cucumbers, snowmageddon in New foundling, and Grad School life! Check out more from Rachel: @rachelannekmorrison As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and…
 
Today Jill and Sian chat about how working with gili Eco Trust, their coral saving work and how tourists can get free beer just by picking up trash?!! Check out more from Sian: @siangilieco As always, you can check out more water women on our Website: https://waterwomenpodcast.ca Instagram: @waterwomenpodcast, Facebook: @waterwomenPodcast, and Twit…
 
It's getting chilly today a Jill & Allison dive into Polar waters to talk about the invisible forrest in the ocean - the phytoplankton! Learn what phytoplankton ACTUALLY are, and why they're so important to us! Check out more from Allison: @womanscientisit on instagram! Check out the Pixar article: https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/talkin…
 
Today, Jill jumps in with her friend Valesca to dissect Valescas masters project, how half of her samples ended up in the UK without her, and how she started studying fish ear bones! Check out more from Valesca on her socials: @Val_lisneria (Instagram) and @valescadegroot (Twitter) As always you can find us on all social medias, instagram and Faceb…
 
In todays episode we're diving into unknown territory! FRESHWATER! Stephanie Sickler joins us to help us better understand the huge roll that fresh water systems play in our lives and why we should care about them more than we probably do! We talk all about Steph field work and what animals are actually the secret agents of chaos in freshwater & he…
 
WELCOME BACK FOR SEASON 2! To kick it off, Jill is joined by Emily Hague as they talk all things Marine Mammal! In this episode, we learn about Emilys overarching PhD and her love of marine science and where it began! Check out more from Emily: @onthekillerwhaletrail on instagram and @onthekwtrail on twitter! We're so excited to have you back for s…
 
Join ME today as we take a walk down memory lane about what this last year has been like in creating this podcast and getting it up and running the podcast myself and when Kelly joined the team! Also dive a bit into my personal life and talk about what made me want to become a marine biologist! As always, you can check out more water women on our W…
 
In today's episode with Alice, all different topics are discussed. Everything from sustainability and how that relates to our food choices, to captivity of animals! Jill and Alice share their passions for the ocean and their different journeys to get where they are! Check out more from Alice! @earthlyalice As always, you can check out more water wo…
 
In today's episode, Jill catches up with one of her old professors, Dr. Cassidy D'Aloia , who studies dispersal and how we can learn more about dispersal using genetics of different species! Cassidy and Jill discuss different topics and methods of dispersal, Cassidys journey as a water women, and how behind they are on the social media! Check out C…
 
Katie is a jack of all trades when it comes to the water, growing up on an island she knew she wanted to study the water from a young age! And in todays episode she and Jill talk about the different projects she's done and helped with, how she manages to dive even though she hated it at first and gets sea sick.... Katie also shares more of studies …
 
Today we're talking Dirty, as in plastic pollution of course! PhD Student Imari Walker is here to explain to us just how insanely common it is to find plastic in everyday objects you probably didn't think of! She also helps us break down whats actually in these plastics, why each thing is an issue, and exactly how it's affecting us as humans! You c…
 
In this episode, Jill & Lauren talk about everything from trying to put cameras on squids to the roll that kelp Forests play on global climate change and how and why they’re monitoring them to help predict whats going to happen in our oceans in the Future!! Lauren is a PHD student studying remotely in Alaska, her work including monitoring growth of…
 
Imani Black farms oysters... yes you read that right. She is an oyster farmer, and on todays episode she fills us in on all the behind the scenes of oyster farming to show you how those oysters end up on your table! Imani and Jill also dive into being a minority in aquaculture and in STEM fields in general, and how Imani is working to change the na…
 
Did you know that blue carbon was a thing? We didn't either until Lucy came to school us on what it is and HOW important it is!! Listen in as Lucy tells us all about how she is studying blue carbon in relation to salt marshes and how that relates back to us as people!! Lucy Loves education, and sharing her passion for the ocean and its well being, …
 
What started as three friends cleaning up the beaches when they went diving has since turned into a movement of ocean conservation! These three AMAZING ladies chat today about their love for the ocean, how they found each other, and how trashy girls began!! Learn via these infectious laughs and fun facts what the biggest threat to our oceans are an…
 
Use Code Watersister15 for 15% off of Sisterly swim at https://sisterlyswim.com!! Alisha is a Canadian scuba diver and underwater photographer, along with her husband she is also a co-owner of dive buddies for life! DB4L is a SCUBA based website that aims to educate, inspire, and foster ocean literacy in he diving world for people of all ages! In t…
 
Jillian Morris-Brake was born and raised in Maine, so love for the ocean started at an early age and has continued to play a huge part role in her adult life. She is a co-founder of Sharks4kids, a shark education program for children (and people of all ages) that provides free online educational materials, person visits, full educational tours, sno…
 
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