Andrew Bowie (University of Tasmania, co-chair of the GEOTRACES Data Management Committee) is interviewed by Ann Jones, on Off Track, an Australian radio programme from ABC Radio National.
*Read the introductory article of this interview: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-10-05/worlds-oceans-anaemic-this-scientist-is-trying-to-find-out-why/7902140 (Download it as pdf)
*Listen to the podcast available here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/offtrack/adrift-on-an-anaemic-ocean-segment/7884076
The podcast is also available here: http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/2016/10/otk_20161001_1030.mp3
Tina van de Flierdt (Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London, member of the GEOTRACES Standards and Intercalibration Committee) is interviewed by Michael White, Nature’s editor for climate science on Forecast, a podcast about climate science and climate scientists.
Photo: Tina van de Flierdt (right) in the lab with graduate students.
Discover GEOTRACES science and outreach activities on board the U.S. GEOTRACES Arctic cruise by listening Phoebe Lam (Assistant Professor, University of California Santa Cruz, U.S.) and Bill Schmoker (PolarTREC teacher) on a phone interview on the Living Lab on the Point radio programme.
The interview was done on August 3, 2015, and the podcast is available on the following website (the interview starts on minute 33:00):
Alternatively, it is also available on iTunes:
The Living Lab on the Point radio programme a forum for the stories behind science headlines. It broadcast in Woods Hole on the radio station WCAI (local NPR station).
Learn about the Canadian Arctic GEOTRACES Expedition by listening an interview to Jay Cullen (University of Victoria, Canada) while he was on board CCGS Amundsen research vessel and they were diverted from science for an ice-breaking operation for commercial vessels.
CBC Radio; “As it happens”, July 22 (Part II), 2015: Ice Scientists:
(Please select the Part II to listen the interview)
Ana Aguilar-Islas (Assistant professor of chemical oceanography at the University of Alaska-Fairbank) is interviewed on Knom radio mission (Western Alaska):
Over 50 Arctic Researchers on Coast Guard Cutter Healy Preparing North Pole Voyage
One of the US few ice breakers will take a team of researchers this summer through the Bering Strait and to the North Pole—as part of an international effort to study the chemistry of Arctic waters... We invite you to discover and hear the GEOTRACES history...