2005 and 2006 "From Shore to Sea" Archived Lecture Videos

Note: Only the lectures shown below were recorded. No other lectures during these years were recorded.

 
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Duration:
51 minutes, 51 seconds

Research biologists, Dr. Milton Love and Mary Yoklavich highlighted results of a recent month-long expedition to count fish, black coral, and other deep-sea residents living on the offshore rocky banks of southern California. Some of the sites they surveyed are now protected as two large conservation areas within the park and sanctuary, and are closed to fishing.

 
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Duration:
42 minutes, 2 seconds

Research biologists, Dr. Milton Love and Mary Yoklavich will highlight results of a recent month-long expedition to count fish, black coral, and other deep-sea residents living on the offshore rocky banks of southern California. Some of the sites they surveyed are now protected as two large conservation areas within the park and sanctuary, and are closed to fishing.

 
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Duration:
57 minutes, 54 seconds

Marine biologist Thomas McCormick was the guest speaker for the October "From Shore to Sea" lecture sponsored by Channel Islands National Park and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. McCormick focused on the natural history and ecology of white abalone (Haliotis sorenseni), once plentiful in rocky subtidal ocean waters off the west coast of North America including the Channel Islands. In 2001 the white abalone became the first marine invertebrate to be listed under the federal Endangered Species Act.

 
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Duration:
49 minutes, 29 seconds

Konstantine Karpov, with California Department of Fish and Game, and Dirk Rosen, with Marine Applied Research and Exploration, were the guest speakers at the December “From Shore to Sea” lecture series sponsored by Channel Islands National Park and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. Their presentation highlighted how Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) technology is used to survey the marine protected areas (MPAs) in the deeper waters off Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz, and Anacapa Islands.

Last updated: February 24, 2018

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