2016 "From Shore to Sea" Archived Lecture Videos

Please note that the 2016 "From Shore to Sea" lecture series was extended to a monthly series in honor of the National Park Service Centennial.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 9 minutes, 30 seconds

The 2016 "From Shore to Sea" lecture series was extended to a monthly series in honor of the National Park Service Centennial. The series opened with a talk by Gary Davis, former NPS Chief Ocean Scientist, on the past, present, and future of Channel Islands National Park, our nation's 40th national park.

 
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Dr. Milton Love, a research biologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara Marine Science Institute, discussed the wide range of behaviors that mating fish exhibit during the February From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 7 minutes, 29 seconds

Dr. Jon M. Erlandson, archaeologist and professor at the University of Oregon, discussed over 13,000 years of archaeological evidence that provides a glimpse into how humans have adapted to life on the Channel Islands.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 46 seconds

Dr. Jon M. Erlandson, archaeologist and professor at the University of Oregon, discussed over 13,000 years of archaeological evidence that provides a glimpse into how humans have adapted to life on the Channel Islands.

 
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Duration:
49 minutes, 21 seconds

Anna Guasco discussed changes in the ways Anacapa Island has been perceived and represented throughout history during the April From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
55 minutes, 28 seconds

Local author Ken McAlpine compared the experience of solitude on the Channel Islands to the bustle of life on the mainland as he shared excerpts from his book, Islands Apart: A Year on the Edge of Civilization, during the May From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 44 seconds

Local freelance writer and photographer Chuck Graham described his favorite kayaking trips during the June From Shore to Sea lecture. NOTE: The information presented in this lecture is by a professional and is not the recommended procedures for kayaking within the park.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 4 minutes, 13 seconds

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife biologist Annie Little described the work that has been done since 2002 to help populations of birds on the Channel Islands recover from loss of habitat and the adverse effects of the pesticide DDT, during the July From Shore to Sea lecture

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 10 minutes, 48 seconds

Dr. Todd Braje discussed recent research into early colonization of the Channel Islands and the Americas during the August From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 4 minutes, 48 seconds

Paul Collins, Curator of Vertebrate Zoology at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, described the effects that conservation efforts on the Channel Islands have had on breeding bird populations, during the September From Shore to Sea Lecture.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 14 minutes, 2 seconds

During the October From Shore to Sea Lecture, Dr. Daniel Muhs, research geologist with the United States Geological Survey, discussed new discoveries and research into the estimated arrival and evolution of mammoths on the Channel Islands.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 6 minutes, 21 seconds

As 2016 drew to a close, Channel Islands National Park Superintendent Russell Galipeau discussed the National Park Service Centennial and provided a glimpse into the future management of the park in the November Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
56 minutes, 4 seconds

During the December From Shore to Sea Lecture, Susan Morris, a local researcher and writer, discussed new research into the 1835 removal of native peoples from San Nicolas Island (the Nicoleños) and gave details about their lives in the growing city of Los Angeles.

Last updated: February 24, 2018

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