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Dr. John Tanacredi, Professor of Earth and Marine Sciences, discusses his travels during the summer of 2011. These include a stop in Hawaii to address the Crustacean Society, a visit to Hong Kong University and a ribbon cutting ceremony at the National Aquarium of Taiwan. He finished up the summer with a group of Dowling students in Ecuador and on the Galapagos Islands.
Dr. Tanacredi also shares details of his research into horshoe crabs and their dwindling populations. At the end of the podcast we take a tour of Dowling's CEECOM facility in West Sayville where students from Dowling and around Long Island are invovled in studying horsehoe crabs and other marine topics.
Dr. John Tanacredi
Shownotes with related links:
(Music Courtesy of the CEECOM)
Related links and resources mentioned:
- Crustacean Society
- Wetland Park
- International Union for Conservation of Nature
- National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium
- More on CEECOM from the South Shore History wiki