29 min

Lisa Hildebrand Kayaks and Computers: The Gray Whale Research Essentials Inspiration Dissemination

    • Education

Gray whales migrate northward up the Oregon Coast every year, but some of them hang out there all summer to feed. Lisa Hildebrand, a first year masters student in Wildlife Science, discusses how she evaluates their diets, how plastic might travel up the food chain, and how kayaking with whales can help get high school kids interested in science. Hosted by Heather Forsythe and Scott Klasek.

Please find us on social media!

Twitter: twitter.com/kbvrID

facebook: www.facebook.com/InspirationDissemination/

Blog: blogs.oregonstate.edu/inspiration/

Radio Station: www.orangemedianetwork.com/kbvr_fm

Host University: oregonstate.edu

This show was founded in 2012 by Joey Hulbert and Zhian Kamvar. It has been made possible by all the current and former hosts of the show, Orange Media Network, the KBVR-FM students and staff, and of course the amazing graduate students at Oregon State University.

Gray whales migrate northward up the Oregon Coast every year, but some of them hang out there all summer to feed. Lisa Hildebrand, a first year masters student in Wildlife Science, discusses how she evaluates their diets, how plastic might travel up the food chain, and how kayaking with whales can help get high school kids interested in science. Hosted by Heather Forsythe and Scott Klasek.

Please find us on social media!

Twitter: twitter.com/kbvrID

facebook: www.facebook.com/InspirationDissemination/

Blog: blogs.oregonstate.edu/inspiration/

Radio Station: www.orangemedianetwork.com/kbvr_fm

Host University: oregonstate.edu

This show was founded in 2012 by Joey Hulbert and Zhian Kamvar. It has been made possible by all the current and former hosts of the show, Orange Media Network, the KBVR-FM students and staff, and of course the amazing graduate students at Oregon State University.

29 min

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