1. 2016June06: Kau Bay - Dive along the 15m transect line


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    Dive a 15m transect line at the edge of the kelp bed. Thanks to the Wellington City Council for support through Our Living City Fund.

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    • Kelp Survey Dive - June16


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      Project Baseline Wellington - Giant kelp survey at Kau Bay, June 2016. Thanks to the Wellington City Council for support through Our Living City Fund.

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      • Scallops spawning


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        • Mysterious sounds in New Zealand's Cook Strait


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          NIWA has just deployed six acoustic moorings to eavesdrop on mysterious noise makers in Cook Strait. What are they listening for?

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          • Octopoop


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            • Salish (the Giant Pacific Octopus) graduates!


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              At the MaST Center, we have a wonderful marine science program. We have a fine aquarium too. Every June, we release our giant pacific octopus back to the wilds of Puget Sound. They are an amazing…

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              • Salish the Octopus Graduates June 2016


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                At the Highline College Marine Science & Technology Center Aquarium on June 11, 2016. It's graduation time for Salish, our Giant Pacific Octopus to be returned to Puget Sound. We do a…

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                • Bernie Herman: Oyster Grower


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                  Oyster grower Bernie Herman discusses the challenge of protecting oysters from erosion, which is accelerated by climate-related sea level rise.

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                  • Uncharted territory: UNC scientists use drones to detect sharks


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                    When it comes to collecting data, sharks are not the easiest animals to study. "You can't see them most of the time - they're under water. They move around a lot," says Martín…

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                    • The Sea that caught us


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                      Con este vídeo se ha tratado de transmitir las emociones que se generaron durante una expedición científica a las Islas Sálas y Gómez en noviembre de 2015 para el…

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