1. Join Todd Steiner of the Turtle Island Restoration Network as he presents 'Diving Cocos Island Costa Rica for Conservation Science' with updates on ‘Why Have All The Turtles Left?’ and the 'Cocos-Galapagos Swimway Campaign'.

    For 30 years the Turtle Island Restoration Network has been a leading advocate and research NGO for the world’s oceans and marine wildlife.

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  2. Join Dr. Chris Lowe, Professor of Marine Biology at California State University Long Beach and Director of The Shark Lab, as he presents “Recovery of White Sharks Off California and What That Means to Coastal Communities.”

    Dr. Lowe has been studying sharks, rays and bony fishes for over 30 years, focusing on their behavior, physiology, and ecology. For the last 15 years, he and his students have been studying juvenile white sharks off the coast of southern California.

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  3. Please join Anne Louise De Souza as she presents “Building My Scuba Dream: The Story Behind The Lens”.

    Anne is a Brazilian oceanographer, scuba instructor, and passionate underwater photographer who is now the marketing manager at a local underwater lighting manufacturer, Light & Motion, where she got to deepen her knowledge about photography and lighting.

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  4. Please join Kathi George, Project Manager for Global Response on Rescuing Whales from The Marine Mammal Center, as she presents 'Human Impact on Large Whales'. Kathi oversees all MMC work in California as well as field research and conservation impact. Since joining in 2019, Kathi has expanded advocacy efforts to address two of the greatest threats to whales worldwide, entanglement and vessel strikes.

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  5. Join Cindy Hansen of the Orca Network as she presents “Orcas of The West Coast”. Cindy has been the Education and Advocacy Coordinator for Orca Network since 2016.

    The West Coast is home to a few different ecotypes of orcas, or killer whales, with unique diets, behaviors, acoustic calls, and cultures. While some are thriving, others are in danger of extinction. Learn about the fascinating biology, social structure, and culture of orcas and how you can become involved in ongoing conservation efforts.

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