1. Commercial Aquaponics Online - Sturgeon Farming Online with Kevin Hopkins

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    from UHSG Marine Science Added 32 0 0

    Sturgeon spawn in freshwater but go to brackish salt water to feed and grow. Their eggs are well known for caviar, but the meat is good eating too. UH Hilo's Aquuaculture program grows and sells sturgeon to local restaurants. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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    • Commercial Aquaponics Online- More Maui Aquaponics with Chris Kiser

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      from UHSG Marine Science Added 29 0 0

      Chris shows off the tilapia rearing aspect of the aquaponics system. He discusses stocking density, pH and iron needs of the fish. Maui Aquaponics grows tilapia and lettuce together in a closed system. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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      • Open House Online - Lidar with Austin Barnes

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        from UHSG Marine Science Added 9 0 0

        Light detection and ranging (Lidar) uses laser to determine distance. This allows researchers to make maps of places like Waimea Bay to see how individual waves affect the shape of the beach. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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        • Oysters and Algae Online - Maria Haws pearl oysters

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          from UHSG Marine Science Added 21 0 0

          Maria Haws shows off the Hawaiian pearl oyster - a delicious and beautiful but rare find these days. The oysters are much smaller than the Pacific Oyster. They are being cultured for research and conservation, in an attempt to restore natural populations and create viable economic solutions for food and jewelry purposes. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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          • ARMS - Autonomous Reef Monitoring Structures

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            Megan Moews describes the ARMS project and shares findings from researchers around the world. Joing Megan as she shares the ARMS structures and the organisms that colonize the structures. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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            • Open House Online - Submarines and Ocean Circulation with Glen Carter

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              from UHSG Marine Science Added 7 0 0

              Submarines, sinking and floating, density, and pressure. Glen Carter shows how technology is used to study density differences in the ocean, where internal waves influence the circulation of the global ocean - a process that mixes fresh water, salt water, and polluntants, and takes around 1,000 years.

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              • Oysters and Algae Online - Keoni Soares Talks Oysters

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                from UHSG Marine Science Added 7 0 0

                Why aquaculture? Keoni Soares is working to discover the best species of Pacific Oyster for your dinner plate and inspiring the next generation of scientists in the process!

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                • Mokupapapa Discovery Center- Touring the Center

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                  Virginia Branco tours the center and explains the significance of the discovery center and its connection to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, which protects the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and is the largest conservation area in the US. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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                  • Collecting data aboard TARA Oceans (online episode)

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                    from UHSG Marine Science Added 3 0 0

                    More about life on board the TARA Oceans Expedition, with interviews from crew members: Cook Julien Giraroot, Executive Director Trouble' Romain, Chief Engineer Yohann Mucherie, and First Mate Martin Hertau. Learn more about the Tara at taraoceans.org. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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                    • Open House Online - Underwater robots with Geno Pawlak

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                      from UHSG Marine Science Added 7 0 0

                      Geno shares his underwater robots, REMUS, Remote Environmental Monitoring UnitS. REMUS vehicles makes maps of the seabed. REMUS is part of the Kilo Nalu Observatory, whose data is freely available to the public (http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/OE/kilonalu/). Geno also talks about how corals work to lessen wave energy and how internal waves help to protect coral from the effects of warming ocean temperatures. Find out more at voiceofthesea.org.

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