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The Deep-Sea Podcast

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A couple of deep-sea scientists talk everything deep sea! Interesting facts, recent news, myth-busting and interviews with the most interesting people we know. More
A couple of deep-sea scientists talk everything deep sea! Interesting facts, recent news, myth-busting and interviews with the most interesting people we know. More

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  • 036 - Crustacean congress special
    With The Professor pacing around a small Mexican apartment, and Dr. Thom immigrating to the other side of the world, this episode is a little fast-and-loose. But, our two favourite deep sea scientists did get to reunite over in Wellington, New Zealand for the 10th Annual International Crustacean Conference. And that’s where our episode is based!    We speak with Kareen Schnabel and Rachael Peart about all things crabby, and the intricacies of organising and hosting a scientific conference. We also bumped into an old friend, Tammy Frank to talk about how she was finding the conference, and what she has been up to under the sea recently.    Alongside all of the conference fun, we also hear from fellow deep sea science communicator, Henry Knauber, about his scicomm efforts and experiences as an early career researcher of crustaceans.    Whilst less science-y this month, we thought it would be a great opportunity to give you an insider look into scientific conferences and their importance to research.   We’re really trying to make this project self-sustaining so we have started looking for ways to support the podcast. Here’s a link to our page on how to support us, from the free options to becoming a patron of the show. We want to say a huge thank you to those patrons who have already pledged to support us: Rebecca Cloud Jake Hewitt Ken Stowe Meghan Jones Thanks again for tuning in, we’ll deep-see you next time!   Check out our podcast merch here! Which now includes Alan’s beloved apron and a much anticipated new design...    Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or your own tales from the high seas on: [email protected] We’d love to actually play your voice so feel free to record a short audio note!   We are also on  Twitter: @DeepSeaPod, @ArmatusO Facebook: DeepSeaPodcast, ArmatusOceanic  Instagram: @deepsea_podcast, @armatusoceanic   Keep up with the team on social media Twitter:  Alan - @Hadalbloke (https://twitter.com/Hadalbloke) Thom - @ThomLinley (https://twitter.com/ThomLinley)  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://twitter.com/geeinthesea)    Instagram:  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://www.instagram.com/geeinthesea/)    Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Links People mentioned Tammy Frank - Professor Nova southeastern university Henry Knauber - Early career researcher and science communicator Patron Meghan Jones - Scientific art and illustration Keshet Shavit - Winning student talk at the conference for her research on the crystalline structures in the eyes of crustaceans. Helene Tandberg - A notable talk at the conference for her visually stunning use of imagery of jellies. News First full-sized 3D scan of the Titanic shipwreck captured Why are cave-dwelling eels growing skin over their left eyes? It may be evolution in action. Decades-old question surrounding the start of the tree of life could finally be solved At long last, ocean drillers exhume a bounty of rocks from Earth’s mantle A noodle bar in Taiwan has recently started serving a giant-isopod ramen.    Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel Logo image: NHM   #Podcast #scicomm #Science #MarineBiology #DeepSea #DeepOcean #AlanJamieson #crustacean #crab #discovery #tepapa  #newzealand #conference #scientificconference #deepseaspecies #scicomm #deepseacreatures #research #submarine 
    2/06/2023
    1:03:52
  • PRESSURISED: 010 - Here be Monsters with Tyler Greenfield
    Tales of monsters persist to this day and there’s no better place to hide them than in the deep sea. We are joined by paleontology student and cryptozoology blogger Tyler Greenfield to look at some of the most famous sea monsters and see if there is any truth to the stories. We discuss megalodon, globsters, plesiosaurs/Nessie and all manner of strange carcasses that wash up from time to time. Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or you own tales from the high seas on: [email protected]   Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Links Tyler’s fantastic blog Tyler’s cryptozoology paper archive A link to Beebe’s book, Half A Mile Down You can find Tyler on Twitter @TylerGreenfieId Papers on Helicoprion Jaws for a spiral-tooth whorl: CT images reveal novel adaptation and phylogeny in fossil Helicoprion Eating with a saw for a jaw: Functional morphology of the jaws and tooth-whorl in Helicoprion davisii On the Giant Octopus (Octopus giganteus) and the Bermuda Blob: Homage to A. E. Verrill How to tell a sea monster: molecular discrimination of large marine animals of the North Atlantic NOAA’s response to the Mermaids: A body found Fish tales: Combating fake science in popular media Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel (http://marvel.nu/)  #deepseamonsters #deepseacreatures #cryptozoology #thebloop #bloop #megalodon #paleoart #mermaids #globsters
    26/05/2023
    28:09
  • PRESSURISED: 035 - Shipwrecks with Leighton Rolley and Lori Johnston
    To finish up our run of episodes on deep-sea habitats, we’re really excited to bring you this month’s episode on… shipwrecks! But we’re not going to talk about what you expect. We all know what shipwrecks are but do you know how to find them? We talk with Leighton Rolley, an expert in researching, discovering and documenting shipwrecks. And we don’t stop there. Our second guest, Lori Johnston is a microbiologist whose research has focused on the fascinating structures of rusticles: the rusty icicles that hang from shipwrecks like the Titanic.  We’re also very happy to hear from Don in this month’s episode with his tale of sailing on the infamous ghost ship, Glub Glub Orlova. We’re really trying to make this project self-sustaining so we have started looking for ways to support the podcast. Here’s a link to our page on how to support us, from the free options to becoming a patron of the show. We want to say a huge thank you to those patrons who have already pledged to support us! Thanks again for tuning in, we’ll deep-see you next time!   Check out our podcast merch here! Which now includes Alan’s beloved apron and a much anticipated new design...    Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or your own tales from the high seas on: [email protected] We’d love to actually play your voice so feel free to record a short audio note!   We are also on  Twitter: @DeepSeaPod, @ArmatusO Facebook: DeepSeaPodcast, ArmatusOceanic  Instagram: @deepsea_podcast, @armatusoceanic   Keep up with the team on social media Twitter:  Alan - @Hadalbloke (https://twitter.com/Hadalbloke) Thom - @ThomLinley (https://twitter.com/ThomLinley)  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://twitter.com/geeinthesea)    Instagram:  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://www.instagram.com/geeinthesea/)    Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Glossary Acoustic mapping - A method of mapping the seabed by sending out sound waves and measuring the strength of the sound bouncing back. Autonomous vehicles - (AUV) Are untethered, unmanned robotic vehicles that are able to collect data in the deep oceans. Base theory - A method of using simulations to find the most probable outcome. Hull - The body of a boat or ship Multibeam - A type of sonar used to map the seabed. It emits acoustic waves in a fan shape to get a wider area of data.  Rusticles - Icicle shaped rust formations on sunken steel ships Sonar - A technique of using sound waves to measure distances.   Links A great article about Lori’s work Lori and Dr Roy Cullimore’s paper on rusticles   Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel   #Podcast #scicomm #Science #MarineBiology #DeepSea #DeepOcean #AlanJamieson #shipwreck #shipwrecks #discovery #LoriJohnston  #LeightonRolley #titanic #britannic #bismarck #microbes #microbialecology  #hydrothermalvents #deepseaspecies #scicomm #deepseacreatures
    12/05/2023
    29:55
  • 035 - Shipwrecks with Leighton Rolley and Lori Johnston
    To finish up our run of episodes on deep-sea habitats, we’re really excited to bring you this month’s episode on… shipwrecks! But we’re not going to talk about what you expect. We all know what shipwrecks are but do you know how to find them? We talk with Leighton Rolley, an expert in researching, discovering and documenting shipwrecks. And we don’t stop there. Our second guest, Lori Johnston is a microbiologist whose research has focused on the fascinating structures of rusticles: the rusty icicles that hang from shipwrecks like the Titanic.  We’re also very happy to hear from Don in this month’s episode with his tale of sailing on the infamous ghost ship, Glub Glub Orlova. Plus, we learn why Alan shares Darwin's opinion in hating Goose barnacles, or more accurately, one barnacle individually.  We’re really trying to make this project self-sustaining so we have started looking for ways to support the podcast. Here’s a link to our page on how to support us, from the free options to becoming a patron of the show. We want to say a huge thank you to those patrons who have already pledged to support us: Arlene Ogston Philip John Pearson Rosa Potter Lexi Harding William Benn Dylan Wesley Taylor Kat bolstad Laura M Smith Scott Carle Thanks again for tuning in, we’ll deep-see you next time!   Check out our podcast merch here! Which now includes Alan’s beloved apron and a much anticipated new design...    Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or your own tales from the high seas on: [email protected] We’d love to actually play your voice so feel free to record a short audio note!   We are also on  Twitter: @DeepSeaPod, @ArmatusO Facebook: DeepSeaPodcast, ArmatusOceanic  Instagram: @deepsea_podcast, @armatusoceanic   Keep up with the team on social media Twitter:  Alan - @Hadalbloke (https://twitter.com/Hadalbloke) Thom - @ThomLinley (https://twitter.com/ThomLinley)  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://twitter.com/geeinthesea)    Instagram:  Georgia - @geeinthesea (https://www.instagram.com/geeinthesea/)    Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Glossary Acoustic mapping - A method of mapping the seabed by sending out sound waves and measuring the strength of the sound bouncing back. Autonomous vehicles - (AUV) Are untethered, unmanned robotic vehicles that are able to collect data in the deep oceans. Base theory - A method of using simulations to find the most probable outcome. Hull - The body of a boat or ship Multibeam - A type of sonar used to map the seabed. It emits acoustic waves in a fan shape to get a wider area of data.  Rusticles - Icicle shaped rust formations on sunken steel ships Sonar - A technique of using sound waves to measure distances. Links A great article about Lori’s work Lori and Dr Roy Cullimore’s paper on rusticles An ancient ocean floor surrounds the Earth's core New deep sea coral reef found Radar satellite data reveals 19,000 previously unknown undersea volcanoes Drake Passage is found to be important for the deep sea   Hadal Zone by Žibuoklė Martinaitytė Youtube Bandcamp Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel Logo image: Richie Kohler   #Podcast #scicomm #Science #MarineBiology #DeepSea #DeepOcean #AlanJamieson #shipwreck #shipwrecks #discovery #LoriJohnston  #LeightonRolley #titanic #britannic #bismarck #microbes #microbialecology  #hydrothermalvents #deepseaspecies #scicomm #deepseacreatures
    5/05/2023
    1:12:23
  • PRESSURISED: 009 - Geology with Heather Stewart
    Our short and to the point PRESSURISED version of episode 9. If you don't have time for the full episode and want to get right to the science without any of our waffle, this is the place to be!   We are both biologists and a little biased toward the deep-sea critters, but the deep ocean contains a wealth of geological discoveries, after all, it is the geology which creates the deep sea.   We have a chat with geologist and explorer (and friend of the show) Heather Stewart about the geology of the deep sea and how we produce maps of the ocean floor. Why do people talk about how little of the ocean has been mapped when we can clearly see it is all mapped on google earth?   Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or you own tales from the high seas on: [email protected]   Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com   Links A proposal for modesty Here is a great tool where you can see the direct and satellite global data   Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel
    28/04/2023
    27:04

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