Attribution 4.0 International
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by Katy Croff Bell
June 17, 2020
MIT Human Systems Lab and the Open Ocean Initiative co-host a seminar on "Ocean Worlds" by NASA’s Dr. Darlene Lim.
Sven-Olof Lindblad of Lindblad Expeditions will share their efforts to adapt during COVID-19 and carry on their conservation work.
Sheena Talma will discuss the co-design process for a deep-sea program in Seychelles.
MIT Professor Thomas Peacock will discuss the environmental impact of deep-sea mining sediment plumes on ocean biology.
John T. Leong, Obama Foundation Fellow and CEO of Kupu, engages, equips, and empowers the next generation of conservation leaders.
Dr. Brennan Phillips will discuss his latest low cost underwater camera system used for bio-logging traveling marine animals.
Discussion on expeditions, events, and projects for the new Open Ocean initiative.
Annie Brett will discuss the potential for technology to advance ocean management through fundamental changes in ocean data infrastructure.
This seminar explores barriers to entry for underrepresented students in STEM programs and shares approaches that promote equity.
Veta Wade speaks on Caribbean sustainability goals from her experience as a blue economy consultant and award-winning ocean advocate.