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American Shoreline Podcast Network
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ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today, is the platform for top minds in coastal business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. See the complete coastal landscape with ASPN and CNT and gain insight into the critical issues affecting the American shoreline. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum of coastal issues and interests is the key to truly thriving on the American shoreline.

Latest Episodes

Creating an Ocean Rain Forest off the CA Coast

On this episode, Peter and Tyler welcome Jenny McGee to the show to learn about her work on the Wheeler North Reef, an artificial reef project intended to mitigate environmental impacts from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Jenny is the Southern California Edison project manager for the project, and explains the regulatory purpose of the reef, its design, funding sources, construction, and monitoring. It's a massive project that will hopefully provide substrate suitable for kelp to attach and grow, providing essential habitat for the regions marine life.

64 MIN16 h ago
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Creating an Ocean Rain Forest off the CA Coast

Going DEEP with author James Nestor | Shorewords!

Lesley Ewing is back with the Shorewords Podcast, ASPN's books and literature pod, and she sits down withJames Nestor, author ofDEEP: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves.DEEP was an Amazon Best Science Book of 2014, BBC Book of the Week, BuzzFeed19 Best Nonfiction Book of 2014,ArtForumTop 10 Book of 2014,New York Times Book ReviewEditor's Choice. In 2015, thePEN American Centerrecognized DEEPas one of the five bestbooks ofLiterary Sports Writing. The book follows clans of extreme athletes, adventurers, and scientists as they plumb the limits of the ocean's depths and uncover weird and wondrous new discoveries that, in many cases, redefine our understanding of the ocean and ourselves.It has been translated into German, Chinese, Italian, Polish; editions in French and Portuguese will be released in 2018. Nestor is also a journalist who has written for Outside Magazine,Men's Journal, National Public Radio,The New York Times, The Atlantic, Scientifi...

26 MIN3 d ago
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Going DEEP with author James Nestor | Shorewords!

The Marine Biology Kid's Dream Summer Camp: Acadia Institute of Oceanography with Sherry Gilmore | Sea Change

JennaValente is back with the Sea Change Podcast and a great guest, SherryGilmore,Owner of theAcadia Institute of Oceanography, a marine summer camp thatintroduces young people to the exciting world of marine science through a unique hands-on curriculum that combines biological, physical and chemical oceanography with field, classroom, offshore, and laboratory work. Creating the next generation of marine environmental professionals is critical work and a lot of fun too. Catch Jenna andSherry and head back to summer camp . . . but beware, it was never this cool.

83 MIN5 d ago
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The Marine Biology Kid's Dream Summer Camp: Acadia Institute of Oceanography with Sherry Gilmore | Sea Change

Barrier Islands with BOEM and Rougarou Fest | Delta Dispatches

Welcome to Delta Dispatches, with your host Jacques Hebert. Today’s guests are Jessica Mallindine, Marine biologist at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), along with John Filostrat, Regional Supervisor for the Office of Public Affairs. In the second half of the show, Jacques is joined by Jonathan Foret, Executive Director of South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center to discuss the upcoming Rougarou Fest, October 26-27 in Houma, Louisiana.

41 MIN6 d ago
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Barrier Islands with BOEM and Rougarou Fest | Delta Dispatches

A Special Sneak Peak: ASBPA Conference Preview with Derek Brockbank

With just over a week before the kickoff of the 2019 ASBPA National Conference, we sit down with Derek Brockbank to get the skinny on we can expect from this year's event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. ASPN is thrilled to be the official podcasting partner of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association, and will be coving the proceedings live and bringing the conference to our listeners.

40 MIN1 w ago
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A Special Sneak Peak: ASBPA Conference Preview with Derek Brockbank

Reuben Trevino, Director of Operations at the Galveston Park Board of Trustees | Local Control

On this episode of the Local Control podcast, Peter welcomes his good friend Reuben Travino to the show give an update on the flurry of beach work happening in Galveston, Texas. Reuben is the master of all things sand in Galveston, serving as the Director of Operations or the Park Board of Trustees, the entity charged with maintaining the Island's beaches. Reuben walks us through the Sand Management Plan and how the Galveston, with strong partnerships with the General Land Office and the US Army Corps of Engineers, has managed to rebuild its beaches and keep them that way.

64 MIN1 w ago
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Reuben Trevino, Director of Operations at the Galveston Park Board of Trustees | Local Control

Mark Osler, Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience at NOAA | Capitol Beach

In this episode of The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank interviews Mark Osler with NOAA. As Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience, Mark works across all of NOAA (its four “Services”, two “Departments” and all sub-units) to coordinate and advance coastal resilience throughout the agency. He has a critical behind-the-scenes role with a great perspective on nearly all of NOAA’s coastal work. This 30 minute interview provides an incredibly encompassing look at how NOAA is addressing coastal resilience and serving coastal communities. Thoughtful and thorough, Mark is someone coastal scientists and advocates should get to know. Plus, when asked how NOAA is integrating climate change adaptation into its work, Mark dives deep and takes us all the way back to Thomas Jefferson!

32 MIN1 w ago
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Mark Osler, Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience at NOAA | Capitol Beach

Coastal Science with Dr. Don Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

On this episode, Jacques talks with one of the most celebrated coastal scientists in the country, Dr. Don Boesch, Professor and President Emeritus at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. They talk about his distinguished career including his time as the first director of LUMCON, and his experience on the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling in 2010. Jacques is also joined by Victoria Sagrera, Restore or Retreat Special Projects Coordinator to talk about Restore or Retreat’s busy summer.

43 MIN1 w ago
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Coastal Science with Dr. Don Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

"Dive, Dive, Dive" with Shanee Stopnitzky and the Community Submersibles Project

On this episode, Peter and Tyler conger up their childhood dreams of diving deep into the sea in a submersible. We have the ultimate guide: Shanee Stopnitzky, a real life submarine designer, builder, and pilot and founder of the Community Submersibles Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring a sense of exploration in our oceans. Sure, its about technology and what it takes to own and operate not one but three subs. Yes, they've developed a sub pilot training school and the expertise to maintain the many systems it takes to dive. But, there's so much more here too understand and it begins with the "wonder" and the "awe" of the sea and the curiosity that drives us to live full lives as cognitive beings. As the visionary founder of the Community Submersibles Project, Shanee's goal is to foster a "Society of Wonderers." And, she's doing it! One of the best shows ever on ASPN. Take a dive with Shanee and the Community Submersibles Project. You'll love it.

49 MIN2 w ago
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"Dive, Dive, Dive" with Shanee Stopnitzky and the Community Submersibles Project

NOAA's Numbers: A Data Deep Dive with Veteran Coastal Hazards Specialist, Doug Marcy | NextGen Waterfronts

Host Dan Martin welcomes Doug Marcy,Coastal Hazards Specialist at NOAA's Office for Coastal Management. Dan and Doug discuss the amazing work that NOAA and other federal agencies do to gather data and develop tools to make the data usable for the private sector and NGOs. Its a great show!

68 MIN2 w ago
Comments
NOAA's Numbers: A Data Deep Dive with Veteran Coastal Hazards Specialist, Doug Marcy | NextGen Waterfronts

Latest Episodes

Creating an Ocean Rain Forest off the CA Coast

On this episode, Peter and Tyler welcome Jenny McGee to the show to learn about her work on the Wheeler North Reef, an artificial reef project intended to mitigate environmental impacts from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Jenny is the Southern California Edison project manager for the project, and explains the regulatory purpose of the reef, its design, funding sources, construction, and monitoring. It's a massive project that will hopefully provide substrate suitable for kelp to attach and grow, providing essential habitat for the regions marine life.

64 MIN16 h ago
Comments
Creating an Ocean Rain Forest off the CA Coast

Going DEEP with author James Nestor | Shorewords!

Lesley Ewing is back with the Shorewords Podcast, ASPN's books and literature pod, and she sits down withJames Nestor, author ofDEEP: Freediving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us about Ourselves.DEEP was an Amazon Best Science Book of 2014, BBC Book of the Week, BuzzFeed19 Best Nonfiction Book of 2014,ArtForumTop 10 Book of 2014,New York Times Book ReviewEditor's Choice. In 2015, thePEN American Centerrecognized DEEPas one of the five bestbooks ofLiterary Sports Writing. The book follows clans of extreme athletes, adventurers, and scientists as they plumb the limits of the ocean's depths and uncover weird and wondrous new discoveries that, in many cases, redefine our understanding of the ocean and ourselves.It has been translated into German, Chinese, Italian, Polish; editions in French and Portuguese will be released in 2018. Nestor is also a journalist who has written for Outside Magazine,Men's Journal, National Public Radio,The New York Times, The Atlantic, Scientifi...

26 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Going DEEP with author James Nestor | Shorewords!

The Marine Biology Kid's Dream Summer Camp: Acadia Institute of Oceanography with Sherry Gilmore | Sea Change

JennaValente is back with the Sea Change Podcast and a great guest, SherryGilmore,Owner of theAcadia Institute of Oceanography, a marine summer camp thatintroduces young people to the exciting world of marine science through a unique hands-on curriculum that combines biological, physical and chemical oceanography with field, classroom, offshore, and laboratory work. Creating the next generation of marine environmental professionals is critical work and a lot of fun too. Catch Jenna andSherry and head back to summer camp . . . but beware, it was never this cool.

83 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Marine Biology Kid's Dream Summer Camp: Acadia Institute of Oceanography with Sherry Gilmore | Sea Change

Barrier Islands with BOEM and Rougarou Fest | Delta Dispatches

Welcome to Delta Dispatches, with your host Jacques Hebert. Today’s guests are Jessica Mallindine, Marine biologist at the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), along with John Filostrat, Regional Supervisor for the Office of Public Affairs. In the second half of the show, Jacques is joined by Jonathan Foret, Executive Director of South Louisiana Wetlands Discovery Center to discuss the upcoming Rougarou Fest, October 26-27 in Houma, Louisiana.

41 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Barrier Islands with BOEM and Rougarou Fest | Delta Dispatches

A Special Sneak Peak: ASBPA Conference Preview with Derek Brockbank

With just over a week before the kickoff of the 2019 ASBPA National Conference, we sit down with Derek Brockbank to get the skinny on we can expect from this year's event in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. ASPN is thrilled to be the official podcasting partner of the American Shore and Beach Preservation Association, and will be coving the proceedings live and bringing the conference to our listeners.

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Special Sneak Peak: ASBPA Conference Preview with Derek Brockbank

Reuben Trevino, Director of Operations at the Galveston Park Board of Trustees | Local Control

On this episode of the Local Control podcast, Peter welcomes his good friend Reuben Travino to the show give an update on the flurry of beach work happening in Galveston, Texas. Reuben is the master of all things sand in Galveston, serving as the Director of Operations or the Park Board of Trustees, the entity charged with maintaining the Island's beaches. Reuben walks us through the Sand Management Plan and how the Galveston, with strong partnerships with the General Land Office and the US Army Corps of Engineers, has managed to rebuild its beaches and keep them that way.

64 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Reuben Trevino, Director of Operations at the Galveston Park Board of Trustees | Local Control

Mark Osler, Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience at NOAA | Capitol Beach

In this episode of The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank interviews Mark Osler with NOAA. As Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience, Mark works across all of NOAA (its four “Services”, two “Departments” and all sub-units) to coordinate and advance coastal resilience throughout the agency. He has a critical behind-the-scenes role with a great perspective on nearly all of NOAA’s coastal work. This 30 minute interview provides an incredibly encompassing look at how NOAA is addressing coastal resilience and serving coastal communities. Thoughtful and thorough, Mark is someone coastal scientists and advocates should get to know. Plus, when asked how NOAA is integrating climate change adaptation into its work, Mark dives deep and takes us all the way back to Thomas Jefferson!

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Mark Osler, Senior Advisor for Coastal Inundation and Resilience at NOAA | Capitol Beach

Coastal Science with Dr. Don Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

On this episode, Jacques talks with one of the most celebrated coastal scientists in the country, Dr. Don Boesch, Professor and President Emeritus at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science. They talk about his distinguished career including his time as the first director of LUMCON, and his experience on the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling in 2010. Jacques is also joined by Victoria Sagrera, Restore or Retreat Special Projects Coordinator to talk about Restore or Retreat’s busy summer.

43 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Coastal Science with Dr. Don Boesch, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science

"Dive, Dive, Dive" with Shanee Stopnitzky and the Community Submersibles Project

On this episode, Peter and Tyler conger up their childhood dreams of diving deep into the sea in a submersible. We have the ultimate guide: Shanee Stopnitzky, a real life submarine designer, builder, and pilot and founder of the Community Submersibles Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring a sense of exploration in our oceans. Sure, its about technology and what it takes to own and operate not one but three subs. Yes, they've developed a sub pilot training school and the expertise to maintain the many systems it takes to dive. But, there's so much more here too understand and it begins with the "wonder" and the "awe" of the sea and the curiosity that drives us to live full lives as cognitive beings. As the visionary founder of the Community Submersibles Project, Shanee's goal is to foster a "Society of Wonderers." And, she's doing it! One of the best shows ever on ASPN. Take a dive with Shanee and the Community Submersibles Project. You'll love it.

49 MIN2 w ago
Comments
"Dive, Dive, Dive" with Shanee Stopnitzky and the Community Submersibles Project

NOAA's Numbers: A Data Deep Dive with Veteran Coastal Hazards Specialist, Doug Marcy | NextGen Waterfronts

Host Dan Martin welcomes Doug Marcy,Coastal Hazards Specialist at NOAA's Office for Coastal Management. Dan and Doug discuss the amazing work that NOAA and other federal agencies do to gather data and develop tools to make the data usable for the private sector and NGOs. Its a great show!

68 MIN2 w ago
Comments
NOAA's Numbers: A Data Deep Dive with Veteran Coastal Hazards Specialist, Doug Marcy | NextGen Waterfronts