Dr. Lapointe will share his work on the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt in the tropical Atlantic Ocean that is the source of Sargassum impacting the Caribbean region since 2011.
Sara Casareto discusses the complex role sharks play in marine ecosystems, and how this influences management and conservation.
Dr. Brunnick shares her career studying dolphins, as well as details of the research being done under The Palm Beach Dolphin Project.
Dr. Guzmán discusses how marine natural products may help us fight cancer.
Dr. Pizarro introduces stony coral tissue loss disease, how it is affecting Caribbean coral reefs and what researchers and managers are doing throughout the Caribbean to save the reefs.
Candace Fields shares how her work plays a part in the conservation of critically endangered oceanic whitetip sharks.
Dr. Kelly Kibler discusses how she applies ecohydraulics research to the design of natural coastal infrastructure, such as mangrove forests and oyster reefs.
Nate Formel shares how he has used the open source movement to expand and improve on tools for marine research, including that on ocean acidification in the Florida Keys.
Erin Spencer shares how she uses "shark FitBits" to study the movement and behavior of great hammerheads.
Stockton Rush, Chief Executive Officer & Founder OceanGate Inc.