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  • 01:02

    The Blue Heart of our Planet

    in Environment

    Dr. Sylvia Earle, Legendary Ocean Researcher


    Sometimes, when a guest has the kind of bio like Dr. Earle, cut and paste is the best solution to capturing the greatness of this human being and her accomplishments. So here goes: National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence Dr. Sylvia A. Earle, called "Her Deepness" by the New Yorker and the New York Times, "Living Legend" by the Library of Congress, and first "Hero for the Planet" by Time magazine, is an oceanographer, explorer, author, and lecturer. She has experience as a field research scientist, government official, and director for corporate and nonprofit organizations, including the Kerr McGee Corporation, Dresser Industries, Oryx Energy, the Aspen Institute, the Conservation Fund, American Rivers, Mote Marine Laboratory, Duke University Marine Laboratory, Rutgers Institute for Marine Science, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, and Ocean Futures. Impressed? Well, there's more. Dr. Earle has authored more than 190 scientific, technical, and popular publications; lectured in more than 80 countries; and appeared in hundreds of radio and television productions. And now she honors us with yet another interview. This show made possible due to the generous support of the Chapman Automotive Group.

  • 00:31

    Forecasting Success with Renowned Meteorologist Gil Simmons

    in Self Help

    Growing up, did you ever want to be a weatherman? Maybe an artist, or a famous writer? Did you put your idea aside because people told you it was too difficult?


    Renowned meteorologist Gil Simmons joins host Cloris Kylie to offer his insights on how to reach our dearest goals. Because maybe you didn’t want to be a meteorologist, artist or writer, but you might have quit your lifelong dream after too many people told you to be “realistic” and forget about it.


    Come join us and listen to Gil’s story. You’ll become inspired to realize your dreams!


    More About Gil:


    A lead Meteorologist on WTNH Channel 8, New Haven, CT, Gil Simmons served on active duty in the United States Marine Corps as a meteorologist/oceanographer for 6 years forecasting weather conditions all over the world.


    He then moved back to Connecticut to forecast the weather locally.


    Gil received two Emmy nominations for his weather coverage, and was awarded 2002 Best Weathercast in CT by the Associated Press. He recently obtained the prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal of approval from the American Meteorological Society.


    Gil also sets time aside to participate in a variety of community fundraisers and events. You’ll see him jumping into an icy lake every Thanksgiving morning to help raise money for Muscular Dystrophy.


    Connect with Gil!


    Facebook


    or Twitter @gilsimmons


    Learn more about Gil HERE.


    *****


    Visit Cloris’s Site: http://www.cloriskylie.com/

  • 00:31

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes w/ Author NR Bates (Premier Virtual Author BkTour)

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone! My namie is Michelle Cornwell Jordan, I am one of your hosts and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me this evening! Today we have the pleasure of chatting with Fantasy Author NR Bates as part of his Premier Virtual Author Book Tour!


    About NR Bates: NR Bates was born in London, grew up in Wales, and lived in Canada and Bermuda. He shares his life with his wife,seven cats, one dog and the tropical wildlife of lizards, wolf spiders and ant colonies that seek out a better life indoors. He is an oceanographer and scientist, and has published more than one hundred and twenty scientific papers on ocean chemistry, climate change and ocean acidification.


    He is a Senior Scientist at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences and Professor of Ocean Biogeochemistry at the University of Southampton, UK. His novels focus on epic fantasy and magic realism, and inspired by his deep love of the ocean and environmental sciences.


    Website: nrbates.com

  • 01:18

    South Florida's Rising Seas - Documentary

    in Film

    Discussion about the rising sea levels in South Florida with Co Host: Monica Rosales Executive Director of DocMiami Film Festival


    Juliet Pinto, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Journalism and Broadcasting in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Florida International University. She has developed classes in environmental journalism and communication, and has taken students to the Galapagos to report on issues pertaining to resource use and management there, as well as scuba dived down 62 feet to watch NASA astronauts train at the underwater Aquarius Reef Base in the Florida Keys. Her award-winning documentary on sea level rise, "South Florida's Rising Seas" aired in January 2014 and was repurposed by PBS NewsHour for their national newscast.


    Kate MacMillin the producer of the award-winning documentary "South Florida's Rising Seas,"  has a B.A. from Boston University and a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Simmons College in Boston. She and three other SJMC colleges won the prestigious 2012-15 Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education grant to conduct community-engaged journalism about the threats of sea level rise in South Florida. MacMillin co-executive produced the HIV/AIDS documentary “Lessons from South Africa,” and the Web series “The Stigma Stops with Me.” This two-year AIDS initiative culminated in a one-hour special, “Tell Somebody: The New Face of AIDS,” which aired on WPBT, October 15, 2009.


    John Englander, Oceanographer, consultant and sea level rise expert. His broad marine science background and degrees in geology and economics allows him to see the big picture on climate and look ahead to the large-scale financial and societal impacts, particularly as they relate to sea level rise.

  • 00:29

    Living Healthy with Chocolate

    in Health

    You read that right! How can one live "healthy" with chocolate. Our guest, Adriana Harlan, will tell us how she has been doing it.
    Adriana works as an oceanographer in Hawaii and is a professional athlete. Besides that she follows a paleolithic diet and found that she could still eat chocolate products and feel great!
    In this episode, Adriana will share how one can live healthy with chocolate, what her inspiration is and will also share a recipe with us!
    Visit Adriana's blog: livinghealthywithchocolate.com

  • 01:00

    The Great Pacific Garbage Patch w/ Capt. Charles Moore

    in Environment

    Captain Charles (Charlie) Moore is author of Plastic Ocean: How a Sea Captain's Chance Discovery Launched a Determined Quest to Save the Oceans, Founder of the Algalita Marine Reseach Foundation and Captain of the Oceanographic Research Vessel Alguita.
     
    On his return voyage, Captain Moore veered from the usual sea route and saw an ocean he had never known. "Every time I came on deck to survey the horizon, I saw a soap bottle, bottle cap or a shard of plastic waste bobbing by. Here I was in the middle of the ocean and there was nowhere I could go to avoid the plastic."
     
    Captain Moore has dedicated his time and resources to understanding and remediating the ocean's plastic load. Along with collaborators from the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project he developed protocols for monitoring marine and beach micro-plastics which are used worldwide.
     
    Captain Moore has conducted ocean and coastal sampling for plastic fragments through more than 40,000 miles of the North Pacific Ocean, across 22 degrees of latitude and 70 degrees of longitude. His latest 10,000 mile voyage took him and his crew two-thirds of the way to Japan across the International Dateline. Captain Moore's work has been highlighted in major media outlets, including ABC’s Nightline, Good Morning America, National Public Radio, and The Wall Street Journal.
     
    His work has been published in multiple scientific journals and magazines. His book, Plastic Ocean, was published in October 2011.
    For more information visit: www.algalita.org

  • 00:14

    Marketing your Childrens' Books with Diane Reeves

    in Books

    What do you want to be when you grow up? Answering that single question has taken Diane on an amazing journey as an author. Diane says "Little did I know 10 years ago when I was writing the very first title, Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Science, that I would eventually fill over 50 books with ideas to help students of all ages find bright futures. And, believe it or not, there are still more books to come!" Two of her new series add some extra fun to the career exploration process. In the first, the Virtual Apprentice series, young readers find out what it’s really like to be…a pop musician, a firefighter, an oceanographer and nine other exciting professions. Hot off the press in August of 2009 is the Way Out Work series, a full-color, high interest take on Goofy Jobs, Scary Jobs, Gutsy Jobs, and more.
    All of Diane's books are carefully designed to provide enough entertainment to keep kids interested and enough educational oomph for teachers to use them in their classrooms. The idea was to link learning with the real world in order to spark ideas, inspire dreams, and get kids thinking about all the things they could be.

  • 00:59

    Mike Lynch & Brandon Barr authors: "Treaures of The Heart"!

    in Books

     MIke Lynch: Mike Lynch resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two children. Mike's first novel, When the Sky Fell, was released by Silver Leaf Books in May 2009. He has also published short stories in various magazines, including "Surf's Up," awarded "Best of Show" in the Residential Aliens flash fiction contest, and "Beyond Horizon's Edge" took 1st place in the 2009 Preditors & Editors Reader's Poll.
    Brandon Barr:  No matter the genre, Sci-fi, fantasy, horror, mainstream, surrealism, literary, I charge forward, pressing on towards the goal.  And that goal is . . . to move.  To touch.  To bring to tears.  To cause laughter.  To bring chills.  But above all, to write in such a way that I bring glory to the God whom I serve.
     "Treasures of The Heart": Oceanographer Bree McKinney wasn’t looking for an adventure, but when Jack Castle, a charming ex-Navy SEAL unexpectedly enters her life, she gets that and more. He needs her help to find the HMS Sheba Queen’s rumored cargo of gold, a legendary British warship that mysteriously sank off the New England coast in 1779. Bree finds herself falling in love as they search for the lost treasure, but their search takes a life or death turn when a dangerous man from Jack’s past catches up with him, and will stop at nothing to claim the gold for himself.       
     
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  • 00:35

    John Englander, High Tide on Main Street

    in Environment

    John Englander is an oceanographer, spanning many disciplines and areas of expertise. He is a global ocean explorer with personal experiences on expeditions under the polar ice cap, deep dives in research submarines, and visits to Greenland and Antarctica. His mission is to be a clear, objective voice on our changing climate and oceans.
    Mr. Englander’s broad marine science background, coupled with dual majors in Geology and Economics allows him to see the big picture on climate and look ahead to the large-scale financial and societal impacts, particularly as they relate to sea level rise.
    High Tide On Main Street: Rising Sea Level and the Coming Coastal Crisis, his new book, was released October 22, 2012, a week before Hurricane Sandy hit the New York City area. John described just such an event hitting NYC as an example of what could occur, never imagining it would happen a week later.
    The book has received unanimous strong praise for its ability to take the latest science and put it into a long-term view that anyone can understand. Using his own unique metaphors, from a 47-floor elevator to the world’s largest outdoor swimming pool, he makes the height and timeframe of sea level rise compelling and memorable.

  • 03:02

    John Englander Guest on Late Night In The Midlands

    in Current Events

    John Englander is an oceanographer, spanning many disciplines and areas of expertise. He is a global ocean explorer with personal experiences on expeditions under the polar ice cap, deep dives in research submarines, and visits to Greenland and Antarctica. His mission is to be a clear, objective voice on our changing climate and oceans. Mr. Englander’s broad marine science background, coupled with dual majors in Geology and Economics allows him to see the big picture on climate and look ahead to the large-scale financial and societal impacts, particularly as they relate to sea level rise.
    MORE INFO AT www.latenightinthemidlands.com

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