Kachemak Science

4th Saturday of each month at 11 a.m.

On this episode, learn how to join the sandhill crane count and next month's beluga whale count. Also, Dr Katrin Iken talks with  reporter Amanda Compton about sea ice algae and Professor Debbie Boege Tobin previews upcoming classes at Kachemak Bay Campus. To see the  proposal for the Ecological Baseline and Management Plan for Inspiration Ridge Crane Preserve, go to:
https://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/136566

prattmuseum.org

Presenting the July episode of Kachemak Science,
a celebration of The Pratt Museum on the occasion of their 50th anniversary. Geophysicist Geoff Coble, rock hound Terry McBee and skeleton builder Lee Post join The Pratt Museum directorate for a discussion illuminating the intersection of science, history and art.

NOAA

This month on Kachemak Science,
Dr. Ryan Sharp from Kansas State University and Dr Matthew Brownlee from Clemson University introduce their study of visitors to Katmai and Lake Clark National Preserves. Also, Homer author Nancy Lord reads from her latest book "pH". She makes a few recommendations for great science writing and talks about her science writing seminar at the 2018 Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference.

Public Domain

On this Kachemak Science, sea star wasting is the topic for discussion with Seth Spencer from the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies and Katrine Iken and Brenda Konar from University of Alaska Fairbanks. Also, Science Director Sue Mauger from Cook Inletkeeper tells the story of her recent expedition to Antarctica.

Creative Commons

On this membership drive edition of Kachemak Science , Kachemak Bay Birders name the lesser sandhill crane their Bird of the Month on Bird Rhythms.
Also,  McNeil Canyon Elementary students, Hudson Loboy and Gautoma "Bubba" Schuett-Iwamura, present their data on dissolved oxygen and macroinvertebrates.  And, you'll hear part one of Sue Mauger's conversation with Kachemak Science on her recent trip to Antarctica.

Public Domain

This month on Kachemak Science, you'll hear audio from the keynote and plenary addresses to The Kachemak Bay Science Conference and a presentation from the conference on net-pen aquaculture.
You can hear all the presentations by going to kbayscience.org.