Speaking to the University of Exeter's marine researchers and collaborators about all aspects of our marine environment.
Show notes are available here - https://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/exetermarine/category/podcasts/
The Theraputic Benefits of Nature and Virtual Reality - with Alex Smalley
In this episode we were joined by Alex Smalley to talk about his role as science communicator and his PhD work on digital natural environments and how these can play a part in psychological restoration.
Becoming a Marine Biologist - with Lauren Henly, Emma Weschke and Tim Gordon
This episode was recorded back in early 2019. Ben talks to Lauren Henly, Emma Weschke and Tim Gordon, who are all masters by research or PhD students in Prof. Steve Simpson's research group (you might remember Steve from an earlier episode, Coral Reef Bioacoustics Part I). The discussion focuses around the research they're all undertaking, what got them interested in marine biology, and what they have done so far.
Show notes available here: https://wp.me/p9zGYE-me
Fisheries and the SOPHIE Project - with Dr. Rebecca Short
Dr. Rebecca Short from the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH), joins us to discuss a variety of topics including her role within the Seas, Oceans and Publich Health in Europe (SOPHIE) project and her past work studying the effects of mosquito net fishing in Mozambique.
Show notes available here: https://wp.me/p9zGYE-lT
Arctic Terns, Basking Sharks & Bluefin Tuna - with Dr. Lucy Hawkes
In this episode we talk to Dr. Lucy Hawkes about a number of her research areas including arctic terns, basking sharks and bluefin tuna. Listen out for a story about a mysterious tuna tag as well.
Full show notes available here: https://wp.me/p9zGYE-li
The European Centre for Environment and Human Health - with Prof. Lora Fleming
Professor Lora Fleming talks to us about her career and introduces us to the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH), of which she is Director. We cover a variety of topics including how interacting with natural environment impacts our health, interdisciplinary approaches in tackling research, plus introductions to various projects running at the ECEHH.
Full show notes available here: https://wp.me/p9zGY
Coral Reef Bioacoustics Part II - with Tim Gordon
Tim Gordon talks to us about bioacoustics on coral reefs covering a variety of topics including the importance of soundscapes for marine animals, the effects of noise pollution on fish orientation andthe uses and types of sound underwater.
Show notes available here: https://wp.me/p9zGYE-kw