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Americana Podcast: The 51st State is a platform dedicated to sharing and expanding on the Americana genre's roots, reach, and definition. Each episode is told from the point of view of the musicians that have dedicated their lives to it. Robert Earl Keen, Americana pioneer and host, interviews musicians, exploring their unique histories, creative processes, successes, failures, and everything in between.
 
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On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Dr. Kiki Patsch and Dr. Ryan Anderson about their article in the Fall 2020 issue of Shore & Beach, Adapting to shoreline retreat: Finding a path forward, also co-authored by Dr. Gary Griggs and Dr. Charles Lester. The discussion covers the coastal changes that are expected …
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, Mr. Gordon Thomson and Dr. Katie Brutsché join your co-hosts Marissa and Jon to discuss the upcoming 2021 ASBPA National Coastal Conference. Gordon is an Associate Principal at W.F. Baird & Associates and Katie is the Program Manager of the US Army Corps Regional Sediment Management program at the Engineer Research…
 
In this special episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral (ret) Tim Gallaudet interviews renowned ocean explorer Dr. Robert Ballard about his book Into the Deep: A Memoir from the Man Who Found Titanic. Ocean mapping and exploration contribute to every component of the American Blue Economy, and we learn about many of Ball…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to the "Sandman" of Carteret County, Rudi Rudolph. Rudi has earned his nickname after spending his career in service to the beaches of Carteret County as the Coastal Protection Director, a complex job that has him juggling the interests of several coastal communities all in need of new sand.…
 
As we arrive here in the final weeks of summer and the seasons transition once again, just like the tide ebbing and flowing in a continuous cycle that brings with it so much familiarity, and yet, so much change. Each season is marked with its own distinct energy and, on this episode of the Sea Change Podcast, Jenna meets that energy with a sense of…
 
In this episode of Changing Waters, Global Ocean Health Deputy Director Julia Sanders has the opportunity to interview Dr. Wil Burns, Co-Founder of the Institute for Carbon Removal Policy and Law. An expert in environmental policy, Dr. Burns discusses the wide range of approaches in the rapidly advancing field of Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), both …
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank speaks with Lora Snyder, the Deputy Staff Director for the House Natural Resources Committee on the Ocean Based Climate Solutions Act (OBCSA). Introduced by Committee Chair Grijalva this summer, the OBCSA is an expansive bill that includes many titles related to coasts, oceans and the climate. It attempts to re…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Emilie Mazzacurati, the Global Head of Moody's Climate Solutions. A pioneer in the climate space, Emilie founded Four Twenty Seven in October 2012 after Hurricane Sandy demonstrated that the lack of planning for climate impacts could bring even the most the powerful financial institutions …
 
For the first time ever, this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show doesn't have an acronym of the month! Instead, Taylor and guest, fashion designer and activist Runa Ray, play around with many bad fashion puns while also explaining how the fashion industry fits underneath the umbrella of the Ocean Decade. In addition to going over the big thin…
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank speaks with two US Senators, Bill Cassidy (LA) and Sheldon Whitehouse (RI), about their bill, the Reinvesting in Shoreline Economies and Ecosystems (RISEE) Act, which ensures federal leasing revenue from offshore energy production – whether wind or traditional oil & gas – is used to build coastal resilience in …
 
On this months episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard & Dan will talk about Hurricane Ida and the Corps, and how well the Federal Government is equipped to handle the response today compared to Katrina. In addition, the State of New Jersey is sinking, and that leaves many questions to answer about how it will protect itself from rising seas, what …
 
This week we’re chatting with photographer Matthew White about beautiful and inspiring work recently published in the New York Times. “Beauty, Serenity, Stillness: An Ode to the Final Miles of the Mississippi River” features photography of the landscape and communities of Plaquemines Parish. See more of Matthew’s work on his website and Tumblr.…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham explore the fascinating world of Sargassum, a booming macroalgae that is creating new challenges and opportunities for existing coastal interests and future blue economy ventures. Joining the show is Brad Warren, the host of ASPN's Changing Waters podcast and president of the National Fisheries Co…
 
Join Helen as she talks with Lorri Hathaway, award-winning co-author of The History of Winemaking in Michigan about 150 years of winemaking in the Great Lakes, along with Edward Heineman and his son Dustin from Heineman's Winery - one of the oldest operating family-owned wineries! First launched in the 1800s by savvy businessmen as well as immigran…
 
On our inaugural episode co hosts Genevieve, and Kyra introduce themselves and begin a discussion on a subject important to the podcast: interdisciplinary sciences. The hosts discuss their current research, where they are working on the coast, and why their work calls for different perspectives. They also discuss the role of The Coastal Society at …
 
Join Rising Sea Voices' host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Oregon State University and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife postdoc fellow Cori Kane as they discuss underwater research, interdisciplinary work, and career pathways and opportunities in marine ecology. This podcast episode will make you travel to the kelp forests of the U.S. West Coast;…
 
In this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Andrew S. Lewis about his recent essay in New York Times Magazine, "The Long, Slow Drowning of the New Jersey Shore." Supported by the Pulitzer Center’s Connected Coastlines reporting initiative and complete with stunning photography by Devin Oktar Yalkin, this long-form article capt…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with John Englander, geologist, oceanographer, and sea level scientist as he discusses his latest book, Moving to Higher Ground. John ‘discovered’ sea level rise first-hand as he was diving in the Bahamas and came upon a prior sea stand about 200 feet below the surface. That div…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, your co-hosts Marissa and Heather talk with Matthew Janssen, a PhD candidate at Stevens Institute of Technology. Matthew has been in the program for four years, and took a rather circuitous route to get to where he is now. Learn more about Matt’s PhD research topic, his experiences before and during his time in the…
 
In this month's episode, host Rear Admiral Tim Gallaudet (ret) discusses fisheries and seafood, one of the most sustainable and healthy forms of protein. From a food security standpoint, seafood will be critical as our world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, nearly 2 billion more than our current population. For the US, seafood i…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham are joined by Dr. Rob Young (Director of the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at Western Carolina University) to discuss three major topics on the American Shoreline: Rob's work with the National Parks Service to develop vulnerability assessments for infrastructure in coastal pa…
 
Did you know that excessive noise is a form of pollution? Exposure to intense and prolonged sound can cause high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep disturbances, and stress in humans and prevent wildlife from hearing their prey or predators, finding their way, or connecting with mates, group members, or their young. During this episode, Jenna is …
 
Join Big Tourism Host Arica Sears and Climate Change Specialist Patty Martin as they give the ASPN audience a peek behind the curtain at the Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) and it’s recent commitment to climate action. Climate change has the potential to significantly impact travel and tourism in the coming years, but this sector also has …
 
On this episode of Delta Dispatches, Jacques interviews first time guest T. Brad Keith the new director of the Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program (BTNEP). Founded in 1990, BTNEP is the oldest coastal organization in Louisiana and helps ensure access to sustainable clean water across the estuary. T. Brad talks about the history and future…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Dr. John Dale "Zach" Lea to the show to debate the merits of the Mid Barataria Sediment Diversion (MBSD), a massive coastal marsh restoration plan currently in development with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Louisiana Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority intended to natur…
 
Taylor's always said that the Ocean Decade is an umbrella under which all inspiring & engaging ocean topics fit under, so an effort that's looking to protect over 60% of the world's ocean definitely fits under the Decade! This month, the podcast is diving into the BBNJ (Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction) Conference on Ocean Governance where…
 
On the August episode of the WaterLog podcast, Howard & Dan dive deep into the new legal interpretation of the Coastal Barrier Resources Act by the Biden Administration, the MASSIVE infrastructure proposal proving over $11 billion for the Corps of Engineers and other bills that provide funding for NOAA, FEMA and other Federal agencies. This is not …
 
On today's episode, Simone and Jacques are joined by Jasmine Brown, Public Policy Manager for Greater New Orleans Inc. Jasmine discusses the work her organization is doing, through its Coalition for Coastal Resilience and Economy (CCRE) and beyond, to advance coastal restoration in our region to protect people and the economy, as well as to create …
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham take some time out of the busy ASPN interview schedule to discuss Peter's recent trip to the Maine coast, as well as going over the most impactful news stories and media trends of the past several months, finally wrapping up with an update on the American Shoreline Podcast Network's fantasti…
 
On this special rerun of the Changing Waters podcast (from February 2020), host Brad Warren sits down with Dr. Margaret Leinen, the Director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Margaret Leinen, a highly distinguished national leader and oceanographer, was appointed the eleventh director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego…
 
According to a 2020 Food Monitor Report, 80% of all travelers research food and drink while they are visiting a destination, 63% of millennials seek restaurants that are socially responsible and culinary travelers spend 25% more per day than other travelers. Culinary tourism is a juicy topic that the Big Tourism show just had to taste. Join host Ar…
 
In this episode, host Dr. Felicia Olmeta-Schult's guest is Em Lim, a queer, non-binary MSc student in Biological Sciences at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. They will share with us their personal story that led them to study sea cucumbers, their research experiment, and why sea cucumbers are such fascinating animals. We also di…
 
This week, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Hannah Teicher and Patrick Marchman of the Climigration Network, a national organization of professionals and community leaders dedicated to generating equitable, just, and community-led approaches to the relocation of people most affected by the worsening impacts of climate change. The conv…
 
Do you love art, food, and conservation? Then you're sure to love this rebroadcast of the Sea Change Podcast. Jenna Valente sits down for an impassioned and energetic conversation with Daniel Lanzilotta, a New York City-based artist and chef that has dedicated his life's work to finding creative ways to call attention to the global plastic pollutio…
 
Join the second episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes with host, Helen Brohl. On this show, Captain Russ Brohl - Helen's brother - shares his 30 years of experience as a captain on Great Lakes "lakers." These freighters were built for the unique marketplace and navigation space of the region carrying iron ore, grain, salt an…
 
On our 4th episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, we explore coral reefs. Coral reefs contribute to the US economy through areas such as dive tourism (June’s episode), support to fisheries (August), and contributions to coastal resilience (November). By one estimate, coral reefs provide economic goods and services worth about $375 billion ea…
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham explore Ventura Harbor, a small working harbor in Southern California. Joining the show is Ev Ashworth, a local leader who serves on the Harbor Board and has championed the Ventura Shellfish Enterprise (VSE) project, a comprehensive effort to bring long line mussel aquaculture to the Santa B…
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank speaks with representatives of the four “Regional Ocean Partnerships (ROPs)”, Lisa Engler from the Northeast (NROC), Kim Cole from the Mid-Atlantic (MARCO), Laura Bowie from the Gulf (GOMA), and John Hansen from the West Coast (WCOA). ROPs are the coordinating and planning bodies that address regional offshore …
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, your host Jon Miller talks with Ryan Mieras and Jeremy Smith about the Young Coastal Scientists and Engineers Conference - Americas (YCSECA). Ryan is an Assistant Professor at UNC Wilmington and is one of the co-organizers of this year's event and Jeremy is a coastal engineer with the California Coastal Commission …
 
Jacques and Simone are joined by Harry Vorhoff, of the Governor's Office of Coastal Activities, and Rep. Joseph Orgeron to discuss the state's first Wind Week, a series of public webinars on expanding wind energy in the Gulf. You can watch all Wind Week sessions online at: https://gov.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/page/124.…
 
This week, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham are joined by Dr. Robert "Roy" Ritchie to examine the sweeping history of going to the beach. Archaeological evidence shows that humans, and even pre-humans, were visiting ancient beaches over 100,000 years ago. From there, humans have cultivated a relationship with the land-water interface that has cha…
 
On this episode, Peter and Tyler sit down with collaborators Justin Sherburn and Anlo Sepulveda who together have created an immersive concert/motion picture experience called The Living Coast. The project explores the fabric of the Texas Coast, weaving together the stories of the surfers and sailors, shrimpers and oilmen, poets and scientists. The…
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank discusses the Administration’s proposed FY22 budget for NOAA, with Kim Texeira, Division Chief of Policy, Planning, and Communications with NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management. With a proposed increase of $1.5 Billion over FY21, NOAA’s budget has significant increases for many different programs, but perhaps n…
 
In this episode of Delta Dispatches, Jacques and Simone talk about the restoration of the “longest Main Street in the world!” First up, we catch up with Ryan M. Perque, Executive Director of the Friends of the Bayou Lafourche. He talks about the history of the waterway and the work his organization and others are doing to restore it. In the second …
 
In this episode, in celebration of Independence Day around the American Shoreline, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome ocean education and communication pioneer Peter Neill to the show. Peter Neill is an author and an editor on environmental and ocean issues, and the founding Director of the World Ocean Observatory, a web-based place for edu…
 
We’ve all heard the common phrase “a master of none” in reference to an individual who is seemingly versatile, flexible, and knowledgeable in their pursuits. Regardless of what they are. We’re not surprised when an artist is an avid reader nor are we shocked when a mathematician takes an interest in subjects like music. The term “master of none” al…
 
On this month’s episode of The Ocean Decade Show, Taylor is joined by aquanaut, communicator, educator, and 3rd generation ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau and Northeastern University’s Dr. Brian Helmuth on an episode guaranteed to make you smile. The trio discuss the importance of the “Inspiring and Engaging” goal of the Ocean Decade and how Coustea…
 
Welcome to the Rising Sea Voices Podcast (RSVP) on the American Shoreline Podcast Network! Hosted by Oregon Sea Grant 2021 Resilience Fellow Felicia Olmeta-Schult, RSVP will highlight the work of undergraduate and graduate students and early-career professionals in coastal, estuarine, and ocean science and engineering. In this inaugural episode, Fe…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham continue their coverage of the offshore wind energy boom occurring around the American Shoreline, this time focusing on the exciting plans already in the works to bring offshore wind to the Golden State. Joining the show is the Executive Director of Offshore Wind California, Adam Stern, a Californ…
 
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