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[Season:3 Episode:15] Dr. Larry Madin & Dr. Randi Rotjan |“The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets!” The Sea Has Many Voices

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“The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets! ” Dr. Larry Madin and Dr. Randi Rotjan take us deep below the surface of the sea 1,000 meters (about 3,300 feet) to a realm known as the ocean's “twilight zone.” Sunlight is barely a glimmer, yet flashes of bioluminescence give us a clue that these waters teem with life.


Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

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Please subscribe and click the notification bell for more conversations on preserving our ocean.


“The Deeper You Go, The Weirder It Gets! ” Dr. Larry Madin and Dr. Randi Rotjan take us deep below the surface of the sea 1,000 meters (about 3,300 feet) to a realm known as the ocean's “twilight zone.” Sunlight is barely a glimmer, yet flashes of bioluminescence give us a clue that these waters teem with life.


Greg Stone has been an advocate for ocean conservation, sustainable industry, and marine research for decades. Spreading these ideas requires conversation and collaboration if we want environmental sustainability. He currently serves as Chief Ocean Scientist and board director for DeepGreen Resources. He is responsible for finding sustainable ways to extract minerals from the seafloor of the Clipperton Fracture Zone that will aid in global transition to renewable energy.

Follow Greg Stone!
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheSeaHasManyVoices/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregStoneOcean
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gregstoneocean/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gregstoneocean/

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