On this episode of OCTOPOD, Allie shares the story of somebody's life-time and Nick describes a new MarXiv paper on the politics of migratory marine species.
OCTOPOD: The OCTO Podcast
OCTOPOD is OCTO's flagship podcast, keeping you up-to-date with the latest news and research from the world of sustainable ocean management and conservation. Find out what's happening in your oceans with Nick, Allie, and Raye — your regular OpenChannels Team!
We plan to release a new 10-20 minute episode each week.
You may browse individual episodes of OCTOPOD below.
Allie summarizes her new favorite paper on the aesthetic value of the GBR and Raye talks about seafood fraud.
In this episode Raye discusses current news with Lake Erie officially becoming humanized, while Nick brings up some amazing MarXiv news! Also, a plea for help. What are some ways we can get researchers to share their literature on MarXiv? Let us know! Comment on the episode or on Facebook or Instagram (@OpenOCTO).
Nick and Allie bring us our weekly news and literature, discussing use of imidacloprid on shellfish beds and how fishing communities can adapt in climate change driven waters.
In this episode Allie talks about vulnerable fish in the aquarium trade and Raye brings up probiotics for corals.
In this episode, Allie and Nick are back! Allie discusses the effectiveness of the ESA for marine mammals and sea turtles, while Nick brings listeners up to date on what's been happening around OCTO.
In this episode it's Raye and Nick again. Nick describes some exciting MarXiv news and realizes he has commonalities with Raye over sea cucumbers.
In this episode, Raye and Nick discuss the insider revolt at Elsevier and then jest over musical oceanic earworms.
In this episode Allie describes a fascinating new paper that can be found on OpenChannels and MarXiv! Then, Raye and she try to understand property law. Did their masters degrees in Marine Policy teach them this? Listen to find out.
The Ocean Cleanup is back in the news again, because it broke: https://www.theoceancleanup.com/updates/wilson-to-return-to-port-for-repair-and-upgrade/
Think your bamboo cloth is green? Turns out, probably not. It's most likely rayon, which isn't that great for the ocean at all: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rayon