Whalefest Monterey Symposium PresentationsEvent Date:
Dec 28 - Jan 31, 2021 at 9:15 AM - 9:15 AM
Here are links to the Whalefest Monterey Presentations for 2016-2020:
Whalefest Monterey 2020 Presentations:
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Mary Alice Cerrito Fettis
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Steve Mandel
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Wallace J Nichols
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Peggy Stap
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Hopkins Marine Station
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Paul Michel
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Julie Packard & Erika Mahoney
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Colleen Flanigan
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Jon White
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Brandon Southall
Whalefest Monterey 2020: Chad King
Whalefest Monterey 2019 Symposium Presentations
Here is the schedule of speakers and speech titles and the video recordings of the presentations are below:
Saturday, January 26, 2019
10:05 – 11:30 Geoff Shester, Oceana, “Whale Conservation Efforts off California: Making Sure our Ocean Giants Have Enough To Eat and Don’t Get Entangled in Fishing Gear”
11:45 - 12:30 Matt Savoca, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, "Microplastics and macro-predators: Assessing the threat of marine plastics to baleen whales"
12:30 – 2:00 Marine Science Documentaries
2:00 – 3:00 Sherry Flumerfelt, Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust “Creating a Sustainable Fishing Future for Monterey Bay” and
Calder Deyerle, Sea Harvest “A Fisherman’s Efforts to Prevent Gear Entanglements”
3:15 - 4:00 Peggy Stap, Whale Entanglement Team
”Saving Whales from Life-threatening Entanglements The Whale Entanglement Team (WET)®” – Updates on recent entanglements
4:15 – 5:00 Tim Thomas, Fisheries Historian
“All things Abalone: The Unnatural History of how Monterey became the Abalone Capitol of the World”
Sunday, January 27
10:05 - 10:50 Roberta Atzori, Sustainable Hospitality Management Program, CSUMB, “Ecotourism as a Tool for Marine Wildlife Conservation”
11:00 - 11:45 Brian Balcom, CSA "The Great Pacific Garbage Patch - Working to Remove Ocean Plastics"
11:45 – 1:15 Marine Science Documentaries
1:15 - 2:00 George Matsumoto, MBARI, "What is going on at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute"
2:15 - 3:00 Steve Haddock, MBARI, "Who glows there? A Natural History of Natural Light in Monterey Bay"
3:15 - 4:00 Bill Gilly, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University "Gone but not forgotten: What happened to the Humboldt squid? “
4:15 - 5:00 Tyler Gagne, Monterey Bay Aquarium "Tracking Ecosystem Changes with Seabird Feathers"
Saturday, January 26, 2019
WhaleFest 2019 - Whale Conservation Efforts, California
WhaleFest 2019 - Creating Sustainable Fishing Future
WhaleFest 2019 - Whale Entanglement Team
WhaleFest 2019 - Monterey, Abalone Capitol of the World
Sunday, January 27, 2019.
WhaleFest 2019 - Ecotourism as a Tool for Marine Conservation
WhaleFest 2019 - Great Pacific Garbage Patch
WhaleFest 2019 - Shrinking Squid & Climate Change
WhaleFest 2019 - Tracking Ecosystem Changes with Seabird Feathers
Whalefest Monterey 2018 Symposium Presentations
Elan Porter Hopkins Marine Station: What Can Undesirable Fish in Whale Food Tell Us?
Paul Michel National Marine Sanctuary 2018 Update
Greg Cailliet Moss Landing Marine Lab Below Pacific Tides
Peggy Stap Marine Life Studies WET Saving Whales from Life Threatening Entanglements
Anne Warner Research Scientist Reducing Marine Plastic Pollution
Heirs to Our Oceans
Benyamin Rosental Stanford University
John Pearse Professor Emeritus, University of California, Santa Cruz, “The Strange and Wonderful Sex Life in the Rocky Intertidal”
John Ryan, MBARI & John Joseph, NPS. "The Ocean Soundscape is a Whalefest"
Alison Haupt CSUMB “Integrating Marine Research into the Classroom”
Steve Shimek The Otter Project “You Otter Like this Video”
Whalefest Monterey 2017 Symposium Presentations
Whalefest Monterey 2017 Your Sanctuary TV link to you tube presentations
Whalefest Monterey 2016 Symposium Presentations
Whalefest Monterey 2016 Your Sanctuary TV link to you tube presentations