PODCAST | From the Distant Ocean Past to the Next Generation of Ocean Scientists

Author(s)

Chris Parsons

Our guest on this episode is Dr. Terry Quinn, the Director of the Division of Ocean Sciences at the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). Dr. Quinn talks about his research on corals and reconstructing the historic climate record; the role of NSF in promoting ocean science and scientists; the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development; and also the importance of diversity, inclusion, equity and community engagement in the ocean sciences.

Guest

Terry Quinn, Ph.D., Paleoclimate and paleoceanography; Director of the Division of Ocean Sciences, U.S. National Science Foundation; Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin; Twitter: @terry_m_quinn

Host

Lauren Howe-Kerr, Ph.D., Coral ecology; 2022-2023 Knauss Fellow at the U.S. National Science Foundation; Twitter: @laurenhowekerr

Producer & Editor

Chris Parsons, Ph.D., Ocean conservation science; 2020-2022 Executive Branch Fellow at the US National Science Foundation; Twitter: @ecmparsons

Executive Producer

Chris Parsons, Ph.D., Ocean conservation science; 2020-2022 Executive Branch Fellow at the US National Science Foundation; Twitter: @ecmparsons

Image: Hiroko Yoshii, Unsplash


Source URL: https://www.aaaspolicyfellowships.org/blog/podcast-distant-ocean-past-next-generation-ocean-scientists

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