JAWSOME Webinars

Starting March 23, 2020 we will be hosting free LIVE webinars with shark scientists, divers, videographers, photographers, Marine biologists, conservationists and more

*****You must download ZOOM to watch ( FREE VERSION)*****

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You can Also watch on YOUTubE after session Each Session.

*ALL TIMES ARE EST*

2021

Diana Pazmiño- genetics for shark and ray conservation
TUES June 1, 3 pm est- ages 9-14

Diana is a marine biologist born and raised in the Galapagos islands, passionate about conservation and education. She lived in Quito and Australia during her student years, and after coming back to Galapagos, she developed several projects to involve the community, and more specifically young girls into the scientific world. Diana is aware of the disconnection between the local population and researchers, and the negative impacts over long term conservation goals. She is convinced joining efforts at regional and global scale is key to move forward, and achieve permanent solutions.

Dr. Frida Lara Lizardi- From the top to the bottom, connecting our world
WED JUNE 9, 1 PM EST-all AGES 

Dr. Frida Lara, is a enthusiastic marine biologist from Mexico. She did her PhD on the shark distribution patterns of the Revillagigedo Archipelago and their connectivity to the Eastern Tropical Pacific. She is currently doing her post doc degree in Marine Sciences using pelagic BRUVS and visual census to study the pelagic environment of the Revillagigedo Archipelago, comparing both techniques. She is very interested in science communication, data science, visualization and how we can contribute to policy making through shark research.

Renee Grinnell Capozzola- The Impact of Shark Photography & Conservation for French Polynesia and Beyond
 TUES June 15, 4 pm est- aGEs 7+

Bianca Rangel- Urban living and its effects on shark physiology
Tues JUNE 22, 3 pm EST- all Ages

Bianca is a Biologist, PhD student in Physiology at the Institute of Biosciences of the University of São Paulo, Brazil. She uses the conservation physiology tools to understand how sharks and rays allocate energy for reproduction, how maternal investment can affect their neonatal life, and how the urbanization and tourism are affecting their nutritional quality and dietary patterns.

Previously recorded webinars

Shane Gross

Our Blue Planet

High School

Learn more about Shane HERE

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Carlee Jackson

Nurse Sharks & Tourism

Age 9-14

Learn more about Carlee HERE

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Alannah Vellacott

Farming Corals for the Future

All ages

Learn more about Alannah HERE

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Jessica Pate

The Mysterious Manta Rays

of Florida

Middle & High School 

Learn more about Shane HERE

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How to Draw a Sawshark

Dr. Julius Csotonyi

All ages

DRAW HERE

Swimming with Giants:

The Mysterious Basking Shark

Dr. Isla Hodgson

Ages 9-14

Learn more about Isla HERE

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Wildlife Filming for

Conservation

Lizzie Daly

All ages

Learn more about Lizzie HERE

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Sharks4Kids & Minorities in

Shark Sciences Women in Marine Science 

Panel

High School +

Learn more about

MISS Members HERE

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The Ocean Starts Beneath

Your Feet

Jill Heinerth

All ages

Learn more about Jill HERE

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Coastal Ecosystems: Restoration

for Our Future

Jewel Beneby

All ages

Learn more about Jewel HERE

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Don't bite the hand

that feeds: Food provisioning

of rays and sharks

Joni Pini-Fitzsimmons

Ages 13+

Learn more about Joni  HERE

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The Ocean, Sharks and You with

Ashlan Gorse Cousteau

Ages 9-14

Learn more about Ashlan HERE

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Under De Sea: Exploring the

Hidden Depths

of the Caribbean

Dr. Diva Amon

All ages

Learn more about Diva HERE

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The World's Largest Fish:

the Whale Shark

Gonzalo Araujo

Ages 9-14

Learn more about Gonzalo HERE

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