Ari Daniel

  • Bobby Zika, a 6th grader from Lincoln Elementary School in Kearny, New Jersey, told me: “Go all intelligent people including Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton. I love science!”

    Zika was one of 160 elementary […]

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  • On January 1, 2012, Oregon will establish its first marine reserve situated a few miles south of the rural coastal community of Port Orford. Jeff Miles is a commercial fisherman, and he’s fished the site of the […]

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    Steve Van Zandt goes by Solar Steve when he’s writing songs and performing with the Banana Slug String Band. The group’s based in Santa Cruz, […]

  • Welcome to the first episode of Ocean Gazing, a podcast where we look at, listen to and touch the ocean to unpack its secrets.

    John Delaney, an oceanographer at the University of Washington, says, “Few realize […]

  • You’ve found your way to Ocean Gazing, the podcast where we journey underwater to discover the ocean. This episode features Chris Martens, a marine chemist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He […]

  • On this episode of Ocean Gazing, meet Kelly Benoit-Bird, an assistant professor at Oregon State University. She says, “I work on all different kinds of animals in the ocean, everything from the smallest animals – […]

  • This time on Ocean Gazing, John Orcutt and Frank Vernon – from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and UC San Diego – explain how they get automated underwater observations back ashore to actual human beings. […]

  • On this episode of Ocean Gazing, Huijie Xue, a professor at the University of Maine, discusses how she makes ocean forecasts for the Gulf of Maine. Xue adds, “Definitely for us, it’s a fascinating […]

  • This is the first podcast of two featuring Rutgers University oceanographers Oscar Schofield and Scott Glenn. They use underwater robots called gliders to study the ocean and save lives. Schofield says about the […]

  • Rutgers University oceanographers Scott Glenn and Oscar Schofield are back for their second podcast. They have a passion for creating the next generation of ocean explorers by introducing their students and the […]

  • A few weeks ago, I caught up with Janice McDonnell (Rutgers University) and Jim Yoder (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution). They told me about the connections between ocean science and educational […]

  • Today, we’ll discuss a coastal danger. It kills marine animals, contaminates shellfish, and aggravates asthma. And we’ll find out what two scientists – Barb and Gary Kirkpatrick of the Mote Marine Lab in […]

  • I asked Hugh Ducklow, the director of the Ecosystem Center at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, whether he ever dreams about Antarctica.

    He replied, “I certainly daydream about it. You know, I’ve […]

  • Jim Miller from the University of Rhode Island studies sounds and noise in the ocean.

    Miller said, “Noise means interfering with something else. You could say that marine mammals are making noise because […]

  • Gwyn Griffiths is at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton in southern England. He heads up a team of about 50 engineers and students. They build robots and gadgets to keep track of what’s going on in […]

  • Mick Follows is a research scientist at MIT, and he uses his computer to model the ocean. He asks himself how all the little pieces – the life, the water, the chemicals – fit together.

    Follows suggested this […]

  • On today’s podcast, we’re going to do things a bit differently. This is a radio piece I produced for IEEE Spectrum, the magazine for technology insiders, which later aired on Living on Earth. […]

  • This episode is a departure from the usual format. This fall, COSEE NOW will be releasing Antarctica Melting, a series of four audio slideshows about climate change in the Antarctic. An audio slideshow is an […]

  • Today’s episode is the first of a two-part series about a project in Alaska called Sound Predictions.

    The “Sound” in Sound Predictions refers to Prince William Sound, and the project’s about making very, very […]

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