Mark Stoeckle presented recent eDNA work assessing marine fish diversity and abundance at OneNOAA Science Seminar Series on August 26, 2020. The recorded presentation and lively discussion is available online for “Trawl and eDNA Assessment of Marine Fish Diversity, Seasonality, and Relative Abundance in Coastal New Jersey, USA”
The recording for this webinar can be viewed here by clicking on the link below and then playing the file in your browser:
The website Human Progress launches a new video series called The Covid Tonic. The series features conversations between renowned scholars and editor, Marian L. Tupy. The interviews focus on the global impact of COVID-19 and the continued importance of rational optimism. Episode 1 features the environmental scientist Jesse Ausubel, a Human Progress Board Member and Director of the Program for the Human Environment at The Rockefeller University in New York City.
Jesse Ausubel gave a talk on “eDNA: Prospects and Challenges” at NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Sciences Center on 18 October 2019. To view the talk visit here for a webinar link. Please skip the first 15 minutes, which are just chatter waiting for the seminar to begin
We listened again to Look to the Sea, the catchy song that Maryann Camilleri, Jerry Harrison, David Dennison, David Hardin, and others created for the Census of Marine Life in 2010. The song, video and its creators are explained at