Subsidies, Aliens, and Ecologists: Connectivity at the Edge - Perspectives on Ocean Science

10/12/2011; 55 minutes

While often treated as distinct and independent ecosystems, marine and terrestrial habitats are intimately connected through a number of pathways, both natural and unnatural. Join University of San Diego biological oceanographer and Scripps graduate Drew Talley, as he discusses the ways in which these linkages are formed (and broken), and how connectivity across academic, public, and government sectors can help us to better understand coastal habitats. (#21704)

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