Mn Sea Grant: Sea Grant Files

Sinopsis

Minnesota Sea Grant partnered with KUMD Radio to produce the Sea Grant Files. The goal of the program is to bring research concerning aquatic systems and coastal communities from the university to the streets. The Sea Grant Files aires at 7:45 AM every Wednesday morning.

Episodios

  • North Shore Streams: Steelhead and Beaver Habitat

    North Shore Streams: Steelhead and Beaver Habitat

    06/06/2019 Duración: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Sea Grant graduate student Emma Burgeson about relationships among beaver dams, water temperatures and flow, and trout along the north shore of Minnesota.

  • Minnesota Sea Grant Does Business

    Minnesota Sea Grant Does Business

    06/06/2019 Duración: 08min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Ashley McFarland, Minnesota Sea Grant's Business and Industry Liaison Extension Educator, about science that supports economic enterprises.

  • National Safe Boating Week

    National Safe Boating Week

    06/06/2019 Duración: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg discusses life jackets, rip currents and meteotsunamis during National Safe Boating Week.

  • Environmental Literacy: Teach Your Children Well

    Environmental Literacy: Teach Your Children Well

    05/04/2019 Duración: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with his colleagues Cindy Hagley and Marte Kitson who share some insights and experiences about what it means to be environmentally literate and why it is important.

  • What Extreme Weather Events do to Lake Superior

    What Extreme Weather Events do to Lake Superior

    21/12/2018 Duración: 08min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Ellen Cooney, a PhD Candidate in Water Resources Science at the University of Minnesota aout how intense storms can change the biogeochemistry of Lake Superior’s water beyond just making a muddy scene.

  • How Communities are Collaborating to Manage Water

    How Communities are Collaborating to Manage Water

    21/12/2018 Duración: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about how the communities in the Duluth-area watersheds have begun to cooperate on watershed management issues.

  • Learning to Manage Stormwater Through The Watershed Game

    Learning to Manage Stormwater Through The Watershed Game

    16/11/2018 Duración: 09min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with John Bilotta, Water Resource Management and Policy Extension Educator with Minnesota Sea Grant, about stormwater, watersheds and The Watershed Game for local leaders.

  • National Seafood Month: Sustainable Fisheries in Minnesota

    National Seafood Month: Sustainable Fisheries in Minnesota

    30/10/2018 Duración: 07min

    Minnesota Sea Grant Extension Educator and host Jesse Schomberg localizes National Seafood Month today by talking about commercially harvested wild fish, farm-raised fish and shellfish from Minnesota.

  • The Algae Blooms of 2018

    The Algae Blooms of 2018

    30/10/2018 Duración: 10min

    Minnesota Sea Grant Extension Educator and host Jesse Schomberg joins Dr. Chris Filstrup, Minnesota Sea Grant's Inland Lakes Specialist, to talk about algae blooms in Minnesota and in Lake Superior.

  • Wrangling Aquarium Fish and Invasive Species Experts

    Wrangling Aquarium Fish and Invasive Species Experts

    30/10/2018 Duración: 05min

    Minnesota Sea Grant Extension Educator and host Jesse Schomberg discusses an alternative to releasing unwanted fish, turtle, snakes, frogs, etc., into the environment, which is illegal and can have damaging consequences.

  • Three Projects to Watch

    Three Projects to Watch

    07/05/2018 Duración: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about three new research projects funded by the Minnesota Sea Grant College Program starting in July.

  • Become a Citizen Scientist

    Become a Citizen Scientist

    10/04/2018 Duración: 05min

    Minnesota Sea Grant Extension Educator and host Jesse Schomberg and MNSG Environmental Literacy Educator Marte Kitson discuss The City Nature Challenge event and other ways people can help scientists collect data.

  • Green Infrastructure: Stormwater Management Goes Back to Nature

    Green Infrastructure: Stormwater Management Goes Back to Nature

    27/03/2018 Duración: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with John Bilotta, Minnesota Sea Grant's water resource management and policy extension educator, about the ways communities are echoing natural systems to manage stormwater runoff and how individuals can help.

  • World Water Day and Water Distribution

    World Water Day and Water Distribution

    13/03/2018 Duración: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg discusses why the distribution of water on Earth matters and things you can do to celebrate World Water Day.

  • The Power of Water: Lake Superior

    The Power of Water: Lake Superior

    27/02/2018 Duración: 05min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about Lake Superior's waves, currents, how to stay safe if you get caught in a rip current and about the energy potential of wave action.

  • The Power of Water: Rivers

    The Power of Water: Rivers

    13/02/2018 Duración: 07min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Karen Gran, associate professor with the University of Minnesota Duluth's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, about rivers, floods and the power of high water.

  • Coastal Science Serving America

    Coastal Science Serving America

    30/01/2018 Duración: 06min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks to Minnesota Sea Grant's Director, John Downing, about some of the coastal challenges Sea Grant and aquatic scientists are working to solve.

  • Oil and Water - Its Complicated

    Oil and Water - It's Complicated

    05/12/2017 Duración: 08min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks about Sea Grant's role in creating conversations and tools to scrutinize the movement of crude oil in the Great Lakes region.

  • Raising Fish for Food in Minnesota: Aquaculture

    Raising Fish for Food in Minnesota: Aquaculture

    21/11/2017 Duración: 08min

    Host Jesse Schomberg talks with Minnesota Sea Grant Fisheries Specialist Don Schreiner about the potential for raising animals like shrimp, salmon and Walleye in Minnesota.

  • Planning for Resilience: Urban Density

    Planning for Resilience: Urban Density

    07/11/2017 Duración: 07min

    Tom Beery, Minnesota Sea Grant resiliency specialist, explains why increasing the number of people living within a square mile could improve an individual's, a city's and the planet's futures.

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