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Coastal Connections – Episode 13 – (Part II) Etuaptmumk: A Conversation

In Part 2, Sondra Eger reaches out to the Apoqnmatulti’k Project to learn how their collaborative research project embodies Etuaptmumk, also referred to as Two Eyed Seeing. She hears stories and lessons from project partners Darren Porter, Alanna…

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Coastal Connections – Episode 12 – (Part I) Etuaptmumk: A Conversation

Part 1 follows Sondra Eger as she learns about Etuaptmumk, also referred to as Two-Eyed Seeing, from different perspectives. This episode features Brady Reid and Ivan White who share stories and personal experiences surrounding Etuaptmumk. All of the…

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Welcome to Pubcasts. This episode is called: PubCasts – putting voice in scholarly work and science communication. This latest entry in our series of Pubcasts, audio-book style recordings of peer reviewed scientific research, is an article about…

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Coastal Connections – Episode 11  – Sounding off: Protecting whales through acoustic research

The best way to protect whales is to keep ships and other human activities away from them, but we have to know where they are in order to avoid them. Traditionally this has meant watching for whales from the surface, which is time consuming and…

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PubCast – Big Catch, Undecided Risks in Alaska’s Salmon Enhancement Program – NAJFM

Welcome to Pubcasts. This episode is called: Big Catch, Undecided Risks: Perspectives of Risk, Reward, and Trade-Offs in Alaska’s Salmon Enhancement Program

This latest entry in our series of Pubcasts, audio-book style recordings of peer reviewed…

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Coastal Connections – Episode 10 – Keeping history alive through storytelling (Pt II)

In this episode we explore traditional folk music and how it is a powerful oral storytelling tool that carries culture, tradition, history, and knowledge across generations, shaping people’s identity today. We speak with the infamous musical duo…

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Coastal Connections – Episode 9 – Keeping history alive through storytelling (Pt I)

In this episode, Dr. Sondra Eger is joined by Dr. Brennan Lowery, a post-doctoral researcher at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador and Joan Simmonds, manager of the French Shore Interpretation Center in Conche. Conche…

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Coastal Connections – Episode 8 – Seaweed

Throughout Coastal Connections, we’ve seen a number of examples of humans working together to restore and steward natural systems that have come out of balance. In this episode, we dive into a number of stories from a seaweed inspired individual in…

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Coastal Connections –  Episode 7 – Microplastics

In this episode, we hear from:
Max Liboiron the founder and director of CLEAR lab https://civiclaboratory.nl

Regional Report on Plastics Pollution in NL:…

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