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Nan Hauser is a marine biologist and Conservation International Marine Fellow who works in the Cook Islands studying whales and dolphins. Her amazing, fascinating studies have generated some of the most eye-popping footage of whales you've ever seen — and they have also helped spur the creation of one of the largest protected areas on Earth. Nan is working with CI to develop the Cook Islands Marine Park. This 1.1 million-square-kilometer (425,000-square-mile) park, bigger than Alaska, will help protect the islands' tourism industry, which accounts for 70% of the national economy. And it will help keep a way of life alive for Cook Island residents, now and for generations to come. Nan's love, devotion and force of personality are all helping her make a massive difference, using her resear...
The history, present, and future of the Center for Whale Research, and observations of changes in cetaceans in the Salish Sea over these four decades. Exciting new studies for the coming year include partnering with Exeter University on research into menopause and social behaviors of Southern Resident orcas.
A doctoral student in the URI Integrative and Evolutionary Biology Program, Justin Richard is working with Mystic Aquarium to learn whether he can determine a whale's gender, reproductive status and other information from the cells and hormones that they exhale. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CCAI/
In this intriguing talk, Scott Gass discusses the social structure of killer whales and their superb communication skills when it comes to hunting and protecting their young. Their brand of teamwork is tremendously applicable beyond the ocean. TEDArchive presents previously unpublished talks from TED conferences. Enjoy this unedited talk by Scott Gass. Filmed at TEDActive 2014. NOTE: Comments are disabled on this video. We made this difficult decision for the TED Archive because we believe that a well-moderated conversation allows for better commentary from more people and more viewpoints. Studies show that aggressive and hateful comments silence other commenters and drive them away; unfortunately, YouTube's comment moderation tools are simply not up to the task of allowing us to monitor c...
The MAER team was conducting a research cruise with the CCS Humpback Whale Studies Program on December 20 when they came across two young humpback whales feeding off Herring Cove, Provincetown. The whales were lunging through schools of sand lance (small fish often preyed upon by humpback whales) when one of the whales struck a buoy line marking fishing gear. The whale quickly drew the buoy beneath the surface. “When the whale resurfaced nearby it was rolling and thrashing, clearly upset. It happened shockingly fast” said Scott Landry, director of the MAER program. The whale began to tow the fishing gear north, out of the bay, at a speed of nearly 10 knots. The team also reacted quickly and threw a grappling hook into the gear being towed by the whale. With a sixty foot length of rope an...
Hal Whitehead is one of world's foremost experts on the social behaviour and culture of whales. In any culture, information moves between individuals through social learning. This cultural flow is important and affects evolution, ecology, and society. The various cultures of modern humans are undeniably complex. But are humans the only species to have important cultural constructs? Hal Whitehead will speak at TEDxHalifax 2012 about biologists' emerging understanding of the culture of sperm whales. Producer / Curator: Greig Oldford Event Producer & Stage Host: Jamie Arron Event Producer & Volunteer Coordinator: Jennifer Nowoselski Sponsorship & Promotions: Justin Partridge Video Production: Centre for Arts & Technology Technical Producer: Andrew Gormley Video Director: Thor Henrikson Desig...
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Born in New Zealand, Dr Visser remains the only researcher specializing in orca in New Zealand waters. Her research officially began in 1992 when she embarked on her life-long dream to study the orca. Since then she has worked with orca not only around New Zealand, but also in the waters of Antarctica, Argentina and Papua New Guinea. Dedicated to protecting the orca, Dr Visser believes in making science 'consumable' for the general public and as such she is often seen out in the community giving talks about these incredible apex predators. This video was kindly created by Tim Watters from Fair Projects: https://www.fair-projects.org For more information check out: https://www.orcaresearch.org http://www.whale-rescue.org http://www.freemorgan.org
This course gives students of all ages a wonderful introduction to the marine life of British Columbia. Building on the Aquarium’s successful research and education programs, the course will introduce participants to a variety of sea creatures found along the shores of B.C. Whales, Dolphins & Porpoises Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard has a broad range of research experience in the field studies of marine mammals, with a particular focus on killer whales. He has been an active collaborator in the ongoing studies of the behavioural and population biology of killer whales in British Columbia and Alaska since 1984, and has also studied the species in Norway and the sub-Antarctic. Carla Crossman is an East Coast native and grew up around the water with a love of the oc...
Watch more whales: http://youtu.be/OVqBjn4W6gM Nan Hauser is a Conservation International Marine Fellow who works in the Cook Islands. Her amazing, fascinating studies of whales helped spur the creation of the world's largest marine park. This 1.1 million-square-kilometer (425,000-square-mile) Cook Islands Marine Park will help protect the islands' tourism industry, which accounts for 70 percent of the national economy. Of course, studying animals as large as whales has its dangers — and its thrills — as you'll see in this unbelievable clip. Through footage like this, Nan has been making a massive difference, using her research to keep our oceans blue. Learn more about CI's work to protect the Pacific Ocean: http://www.Conservation.org/PacificOceanscape Follow CI on Twitter: http://www....
Footprints on the Water follows the personal quest of Nan Hauser on her mission to unlock new clues to the behaviour of whales and dolphins. Despite the fact that whales and dolphins are such huge animals, much of their behaviour is still unrecorded. Nan Hauser has spent much of her adult life trying to track down and understand these remarkable creatures. Her groundbreaking work and dedication to whale conservation has shown that one individual can really make a difference. Nan's fascinating research journey spans two oceans and culminates with the establishment of the first whale sanctuary in the South Pacific. Along the way she swims with the great whales and studies one of the rarest mammals on the planet, the mysterious beaked whale. Click here for more documentaries: http://bit.l...
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Blue whales can grow to 90 feet -- that's longer than a tennis court. Getting that big requires a lot of fuel, says Jeremy Goldbogen, a postdoctoral researcher at the Cascadia Research Collective. That's why Goldbogen studies the whales' dining habits. They feed on krill, slurping in millions of the mini crustaceans along with hundreds of thousands of pounds of water in a single gulp. With the help of data tags and a National Geographic Crittercam, Goldbogen and colleagues found that blue whales do underwater acrobatics while they eat -- specifically a move they coined "the blue whale barrel roll."
Short clip of humpback whale disentanglement efforts by the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies. Footage available for licensing at www.inthewildproductions.com. For footage licensing visit https://www.inthewildproductions.com.
Since 1976, the Center for Whale Research has been conducting annual photo-ID studies (Orca Survey) of the Southern Resident killer whales (Orcas), generating unprecedented baseline information on population dynamics, demography, social structure, and individual life histories of this iconic endangered species.
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(20 Jan 2009) Vancouver Aquarium, 24th October 2008 1. Vancouver Aquarium trainer with hand in baby beluga Tiqa's mouth. 2. Close of baby beluga Tiqa's face with trainer's hand. 3. Trainer guides baby beluga Tiqa onto her side in water. 4. Beluga mother Qila and baby beluga Tiqa with trainers touching their mouths. 5. Trainer with hand playfully in mother beluga Qila's mouth. 6. Wide of trainer with adult beluga diving under water and showing its tail. 7. Close of adult beluga diving under water showing its tail. 8. Adult beluga spraying water from its mouth to trainer. 9. Adult beluga swimming on its side, spinning in several times in water. 10. Adult beluga swims past Valeria Vergara, Vancouver Aquarium research associate at Aquarium viewing deck 11. Adult beluga swims pa...
On July 6, 2016 the Marine Animal Entanglement Response (MAER) team from the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS) in Provincetown worked to help a badly entangled humpback whale off Cape Cod. The whale, which was towing heavy rope and a large buoy, was first reported by a commercial fisherman on Tuesday morning off Chatham, MA. USCG Station Chatham responded and stood by the whale as the CCS Marine Animal Entanglement Response team (MAER) made its way from Provincetown. The team was able to attach a tracking buoy to the entanglement before poor sea conditions cut short their efforts. However, the whale was tracked as it traveled south through the night, and by 9.30 am the following day the team was back working with the animal. The whale had five tight loops of heavy rope wrapped around and...
Jonah and the Whale is an animated children's Bible story telling how Jonah, a man who disobeyed God's orders, caused a storm by disobeying God. Jonah jumped over board knowing that God would save him. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXnXq48dJ0W-TQDwQ97WVXr0lkUpu4X4O Old Holy tells kids animated Holy Tales from The Bible. The Holy Tales: Bible Stories is the channel that can teach your children about all Christian Bible stories through animations, songs, nursery rhymes in a fun joyful learning process. As a parent, you can trust our animated characters to keep your kids entertained and educated about Christianity. Discover timeless religious stories such as: The Garden of Eden, The Life of Jesus Christ, The Creation, Adam & Eve, The Old Testament, The Book of Genesis, Stories of So...
WAIMANALO, Hawaii (AP) _ Compared with other marine mammals, 40-year-old Kina has lived a particularly winding and high-profile life. She went from the open ocean off Japan, to a Hong Kong amusement park, to a classified U.S. Navy program, to a Hawaii research lab. Along the way, studies using the false killer whale — a dark-gray member of the dolphin family with a big, round beak — led to major discoveries on whale hearing and helped develop modern military sonar. Full story: https://apnews.com/f6b5db6f0c12476da1564c41a091928a/Research-marine-mammal's-move-to-tourist-park-causes-stir
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