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Plymouth Beneath the Surface
Take a deep breath and dive into Plymouth waters🌊In each episode, meet people from Plymouth that have orientated their lives around the ocean: scientists, divers, photographers, students, NGO members, artists etc. and learn more about the ocean, local conservation initiatives, explore career options and understand marine research ... I am Louise-Océane, a recent marine biology graduate from the University of Plymouth. Come on board with me whilst I introduce you to passionate and inspiring people from Britain's Ocean City.
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Brilliant Pod
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Absolutely top class podcast, would be great as well if they did more interviews with people from Plymouth Marine Laboratory as that would be very exciting
88778668 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/22/21
lovely to listen to❤️
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There has only been a few episodes of this podcast and I love it! I especially love the specific details about plymouth and as a student at plymouth university it inspires me a lot! I also love the conversations about science communication and connection with the ocean!
bellaakiara via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/06/20
Recent Episodes
For this final episode, I am interviewing John Spicer. John is a professor at the University of Plymouth and is a world-renowned expert on the effects of climate change on marine organisms. His research focuses on marine organisms and how they adapt to climate change, looking at the effect on...
Published 07/30/21
Published 07/30/21
In this new episode, I'm chatting with Clare Embling. Clare is an associate professor in marine ecology at the University of Plymouth. Her research focuses on the ecology and conservation of marine vertebrates (marine mammals, seabirds and fish), habitat modelling, bioacoustics, and human impacts...
Published 07/21/21
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