Special Edition 14 | AGU: Oceans and Outreach, Part 1
Ryan is live at the AGU Fall Meeting and people agree to talk to him.
00:00:00 - First, we chat Martín S Hoecker-Martínez about his philosophy of outreach and his work studying the carbon fluxing of the ocean around Antarctica with ORCAS (acronym, not the animal). Be sure to follow him on Twitter (@msmithma) and learn more with these helpful links:
- ORCAS project Website
- Flight planning Website
- Videos related to ORCAS
- The Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network run by The NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory (@NOAA_ESRL)
- Figure and related press release showing the boundary of 400 ppm CO2 air as they measured it across Drake passage
- NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory
- Which has been used to make cool visualizations of CO2
00:38:44 - In between segments we drink, but it's early so have some Holler Mountain coffee from Stumptown.
00:40:03 - Next up, former guest and friend of the show Jane Zelikova updates us on what's been keeping her so busy, and it's a lot:
- Jane's not super happy about the upcoming Trump administration, so she's gone to a rally.
- And founded an organization, 500 Women Scientists, which you can also support!
- A starred in a movie, The End of Snow (trailer).
- In addition to her day job, working as a fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Department of Energy in the coal division, nothing divisive on that subject...
- Keep up with her (if you can (you can't)) on Twitter (@j_zelikova)and Instagram (@zeli_j)
01:04:03 - PaleoPOWs are a lot like large meetings, it's easy to feel insignificant but people probably still like you. This week we're happy to have a donation from Victor C. who gives us some holiday cheer along with some money. Thanks, Victor!
Thanks for listening, part 2 coming soon!
Image credit: American Geophysical Union