2018 "From Shore to Sea" Archived Lecture Videos

Please note that there are only six lectures in the 2018 series: February, March, April, September, October, and November.
 
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Duration:
1 hour, 34 seconds

National Park Service archeologist Bert Ho and NPS volunteer Carol Linteau highlighted the maritime heritage of the Channel Islands in the February From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 5 minutes, 1 second

Dr. Chris Lowe, a shark researcher with California State University Long Beach, discussed the increasing trend in white shark numbers including juvenile sharks along our coast during the March From Shore to Sea lecture.

 
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Duration:
50 minutes, 53 seconds

For the April From Shore to Sea lecture, researcher Susan Morris revealed new evidence that there were visitors to San Nicolas Island and the surrounding waters when the Lone Woman was thought to have been there alone for 18 years.

Please note that the May 7th talk at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History that is mentioned by the speaker is restricted to members of the Santa Barbara County Archaeological Society.

 
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Duration:
50 minutes, 10 seconds

Marla Daily, President of the Santa Cruz Island Foundation, shared images and stories of the history of Anacapa Island from her new book, Images of America: Anacapa Island, during a special lecture on Thursday, August 23, 2018.

 
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Duration:
59 minutes, 55 seconds

During the September From Shore to Sea lecture, marine ecologist Dr. Clare Steele discussed her current research on the prevalence and potential impacts of microplastic pollution on coastal ecosystems along the California coast and the Channel Islands.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 5 minutes, 6 seconds

On Thursday, October 11, 2018, Dr. Mario Pesendorfer from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology discussed his research on how the island scrub-jay’s practice of seed-hoarding plays a crucial role in the recovery of island oak habitat

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 8 minutes, 59 seconds

During a lecture on Thursday, November 8, 2018, Dr. Jonathan Hoffman with the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History discussed the research plans for a significant sea cow fossil discovered on Santa Rosa Island in 2017.

 
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Duration:
1 hour, 15 minutes, 34 seconds

During a special lecture on Thursday, December 13, a panel of researchers revealed new information about why the Lone Woman remained on San Nicolas Island after others in her community left for the mainland.

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