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One Species at a Time

the story of earth’s biodiversity, from the encyclopedia of life

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Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus)

Red knot (Calidris canutus rufa)

Dinoflagellates (Dinophyta)

Ediacaran fossils (Trepassia wardae)

Martens (Martes martes and Martes foina)

Muskox (Ovibos moschatus)

Marine iguana (Amblyrhynchus cristatus)

Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus)

Branch-tip spiders (Dictyna)

Box jellies (Cubozoa)

Riftia (Riftia pachyptila)

Sea slugs (Elysia chlorotica)

Insects of Costa Rica (Insecta)

Giant squid (Architeuthis dux)

Polar bears (Ursus maritimus)

Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)

Red paper lantern jellyfish (Pandea rubra)

Red-shouldered soapberry bug (Jadera haematoloma)

Corals (Acroporidae)

Great white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias)

Sea cucumbers (Holothuroidea)

Quinine tree (Cinchona pubescens)

E.O. Wilson (Solenopsis invicta and Paraponera clavata)

Lichens (Xanthoparmelia plittii and Umbilicaria mammulata)

Right whales (Eubalaena glacialis)

Island foxes (Urocyon littoralis)

Ediacaran fauna fossils (Funisia dorothea and Dickinsonia)

Scottish wildcats (Felis silvestris grampia)

Beetles & moths (Anoplophora glabripennis & Nebria brevicollis)

Bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus)

Chamois (Rupicapra rupicapra)

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) and winter wren (Troglodytes troglodytes)

Cedars of Lebanon (Cedrus libani)

Foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii)

4-leaf clover (Trifolium repens)

Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)

Red mangroves (Rhizophora mangle)

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Ocean Gazing

Echo Valley Products

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I produced a biweekly podcast called Ocean Gazing about ocean observing and exploration.  In each episode, we consider the real-time swirl of creatures, chemicals, and currents of our seas.  The podcast was sponsored by COSEE NOW and the National Science Foundation.

Listen to the episodes below, and subscribe here!

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Episode 52: A rockfish reserve


Episode 51: Only one ocean


Episode 50: The poetry of our planet


Episode 49: Slick of oil


Episode 48: Clams in a jam


Episode 47: Dotted shrimp and sugary fish


Episode 46: An imminent thaw


Episode 45: MBARI: A seaside sequel


Episode 44: ROVers over and under


Episode 43: Thunnus thynnus


Episode 42: California’s ocean


Episode 41: A diary of dirt. Un cuento sobre el clima.


Episode 40: Sounds of science


Episode 39: Scientists, teachers and artists, oh, my!


Episode 38: Reflections


Episode 37: A field of green


Episode 36: Music from the bottom of the food chain


Episode 35: Accentuate the positive


Episode 34: One world, one ocean: Part II


Episode 33: One world, one ocean: Part I


Episode 32: A Cook at sea


Episode 31: A river runs through it all


Episode 30: Liquid light


Episode 29: A 60-ton wake up call


Episode 28: Adroitly adrift


Episode 27: Bobbing and bowling


Episode 26: The Antarctic Circumpolar Current, composed


Episode 25: A green ocean


Episode 24: The little sub that could


Episode 23: Keeping watch on a changing ocean


Episode 22: Community organizing, ocean style


Episode 21: Ocean voices


Episode 20: The final frontier


Episode 19: Clearing a carbon catastrophe


Episode 18: The Prince’s Predictions, Part II


Episode 17: The Prince’s Predictions, Part I


Episode 16: Antarctica melting


Episode 15: Gliding on Earth


Episode 14: Dungeons and Darwins


Episode 13: Autonomous, enormous, ingenious


Episode 12: A gust of energy


Episode 11: Penguins in the hot seat


Episode 10: Of bonds and blooms


Episode 9: The ocean as classroom


Episode 8: The glide of a lifetime: Part II


Episode 7: The glide of a lifetime: Part I


Episode 6: Top models: Huijie Xue gazes into the future of the Gulf of Maine


Episode 5: Cyber fiber: John Orcutt and Frank Vernon wire the ocean


Episode 4: Sonar in the sea: Kelly Benoit-Bird listens to the ocean


Episode 3: Coral concern: Chris Martens studies the reef by living on it


Episode 2: Seeing the small: Heidi Sosik and Rob Olson on their underwater camera


Episode 1: An Internet Portal into the Ocean: A conversation with John Delaney

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Nature Stories Podcast

weekly tales of people’s connections with the natural world

A Shetland postcard: Listen as native Shetlanders describe their deep connection to the natural areas that surround them. Posted on 22 January 2009.

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Distillations

Extracts from the past, present and future of chemistry.


I guest host this episode of Distillations, and consider the chemistry of the ocean. We travel to an underwater laboratory off the coast of Key West to learn how carbon dioxide is dissolving the world’s coral reef ecosystems. And we board the Pontoon Boat of Science off the Oregon coast to see how researchers are using light to study the seas. Featured on 10 June 2011.


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Chemistry in the dentist’s chair: Ever gone to the dentist and wished that you were somewhere else? Here’s a piece where we head to the dentist’s office to learn about what keeps you from feeling the pain of a cavity filling. Featured on Friday, 5 June 2009.


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Is that nanotechnology in your bat?: A new carbon-based nano-material is finding its way into sporting equipment, promising great things for baseball. But nanotechnology is still in its infancy, and some are concerned about its potential threat to our health and our environment. Featured on Friday, 24 April 2009.


4 Responses to “podcasts”

  1. Oh Ari, It sounds so professional! Nicely done and what an interesting story! I love how you raise awareness of organizations and people that would otherwise not be known to the general public. Well done Ari.

  2. Ari, I am on a leave of absence to recover from surgery on my wrist from a break. I shall be discovering your newest adventure during this next week. Dr. Anderson and I will go to the farm, but you will be just as close as now via the net. Hasta luego- Jonetta Anderson

  3. I will be reading this over the next week, Ari. Abrazos, la Sra. de Anderson

  4. Thanks so much, Taan! Your thoughtful words mean so much to me!!

    Love,
    ari🙂

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