Next in Science | Oceans | Part 1 || Radcliffe Institute


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Published on Jul 19, 2016

The “Next in Science” program provides an opportunity for early-career scientists whose innovative, cross-disciplinary research is thematically linked to introduce their work to one another, to fellow scientists, and to nonspecialists from Harvard and the greater Boston area. The focus of this year’s program will be on the world’s oceans.

Introduced by John Huth, faculty codirector of the science program, Radcliffe Institute, and Donner Professor of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

(6:16) “Living Shorelines: Are We Designing Functional, Sustainable, and Resilient Coasts?”
Rachel Gittman, postdoctoral research associate, Marine Science Center, Northeastern University

(44:07) “Sound Approaches to Managing Endangered Marine Species”
Ana Širović, assistant researcher, Marine Bioacoustics Lab, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

(1:19:18) Q&A

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Published on Jul 19, 2016

The “Next in Science” program provides an opportunity for early-career scientists whose innovative, cross-disciplinary research is thematically linked to introduce their work to one another, to fellow scientists, and to nonspecialists from Harvard and the greater Boston area. The focus of this year’s program will be on the world’s oceans.

Introduced by John Huth, faculty codirector of the science program, Radcliffe Institute, and Donner Professor of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

(2:31) “The Origin of Earth’s Water”
Lydia Hallis, Marie Curie Research Fellow, School of Geographical and Earth Science, University of Glasgow

(37:50) “The Fate of the Gulf Stream”
Ben Harden, assistant professor of oceanography, Sea Education Association

(1:04:51) Q&A

Global Climate Change
Environment Ethics
Environment Justice

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