• What it's like to ACTUALLY be a marine biologist | SciAll.org

    Sharks, whales, dolphins, corals -- it's all part of the game. But there's more to marine biology than adventures with wildlife in the field. It takes dedication and a thirst for discovery to keep you writing successful grants, publishing influential research, and pushing forward our collective knowledge of marine life! Subscribe to show your support of sharing the exhilarating process and invaluable products of science with the masses: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sciallorg Social Media ME! http://www.facebook.com/sciallorg http://www.instagram.com/sciallorg http://www.twitter.com/sciallorg Learn more about my life as a marine biologist here: http://SciAll.org Learn more about my research in marine biology here: http://mikegil.com/research/ Complete a short su...

    published: 19 Jan 2017
  • Day in the Life of a Marine Biologist

    Follow the daily lives of four scientists working on an extraordinary tropical island.

    published: 22 Oct 2014
  • Marine Biologists Confess What Creatures They Hope Never To Discover

    Listen to what these marine life experts have to say about the creatures they hope they never have the supreme misfortune of discovering. Subscribe to ClickHole http://bit.ly/1qugIEe Like ClickHole on Facebook https://www.fb.com/clickhole Follow ClickHole on Twitter https://twitter.com/ClickHole

    published: 11 Jul 2017
  • Want to be a marine biologist? (SAIL by AWOLNATION)

    UPDATE: Inspired by YOU (the audience) and your response to this video, I've created a new YouTube series: Confessions of a Marine Biologist: http://www.youtube.com/sciallorg Remember how everyone wanted to be a marine biologist at some point while growing up? Well, this video pays tribute to the wonderful and REAL world of marine biology. (Also, please keep in mind, we are actually working in these clips!) Please share this video, especially with people who may consider marine science as a career! Hopefully, this makes their decision a little easier, and we are always recruiting :) This video would not have been possible were it not for the amazing people (many of whom are featured here) that make working as a field researcher on the island of Moorea, French Polynesia so special an ex...

    published: 13 Sep 2012
  • Career - Marine Biologist.

    published: 10 Sep 2010
  • list of marine biologists

    i hope you're proud of yourselves you fucking weebs and before you ask yes this is real: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:List_of_marine_biologists

    published: 07 Aug 2017
  • Marine Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

    Jonathan visits the School for Field Studies in the Turks & Caicos Islands to learn how college students conduct field work in their pursuit of degrees in marine studies. He helps tag sharks, study conch and investigate marine protected areas! ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can buy some Blue World T-shirts & Swag! http://www.blueworldtv.com/shop You can join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Twitter https://twitter.com/BlueWorld_TV Instagram @blueworldtv Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** I’m off to the sunny but remote island of South Caicos, in the Turks and Caicos Islands, just southea...

    published: 04 Dec 2015
  • Marine Biologists

    published: 04 Nov 2013
  • How much marine biologists get PAID

    Many people want to know how much marine biologists get paid, as in how much the make, salary-wise doing their job. I give you my take in this video, but it's important to not that this VARIES a lot among jobs, institutions, and locations (e.g., cities, countries, etc.). There are MANY ways to be a marine biologists, and a scientist in general. I'd say my answer is coming from an academic perspective (i.e., jobs in universities), but there are great jobs outside of academics that I have less knowledge about (e.g., jobs with federal agencies and NGOs, like NOAA [in the US] and NOAA). Just remember one thing: money can't buy happiness. But a career you love (no matter your field) can get you pretty far! :) To support my campaign, to share the exhilarating process and invaluable products of...

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • Reef Life of the Andaman (full marine biology documentary)

    "Reef Life of the Andaman" is a documentary of the marine life of Thailand and Burma (Myanmar). It is available on DVD at http://www.bubblevision.com/marine-life-DVD.htm Scuba diving more than 1000 times from the coral reefs and underwater pinnacles of Thailand's Similan Islands, Phuket, Phi Phi Island and Hin Daeng, to Myanmar's Mergui Archipelago and Burma Banks, I encountered everything from manta rays to seahorses, whale sharks to shipwrecks. The 116-minute film features descriptions of 213 different marine species including more than 100 tropical fish, along with sharks, rays, moray eels, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, sea slugs, cuttlefish, squid, octopus, turtles, sea snakes, starfish, sea cucumbers, corals, worms etc.. This marine biology documentary provides an overview of Indian Oce...

    published: 01 Nov 2012
  • A day in the life of a marine biologist: Part 1

    What does my current day-to-day look like? I chat about some of the behind-the-desk tasks of a marine biologist - from the pains of writing code for analysing data to writing scientific papers (because ain't nobody going to read your thesis!). Music: Kontinuum - Aware (NCS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWdZjZV6bEk&list=PLRBp0Fe2GpglkzuspoGv-mu7B2ce9_0Fn&index=4) SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/kontinuum ----------|---------- I am Chantel Elston, a second year marine biology PhD student. Join me on my journey as I discover our wonderful oceans and try to survive PhD life. twitter: @chantel3474 instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tellysmarinetales/?hl=en

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Want to be a marine biologist? Step 1 for anyone

    Looking to dedicate yourself to adventure and uncovering mysteries of the ocean? Marine biology might be for you – here’s the first step, no matter your age. The most common question I get from aspiring marine biologists is: “Where do I start?”, followed closely by: “What school/college/university should I attend?”, “What major should I have?”, and “What classes should I take?”. I address these questions and more by describing what I think all marine biologists (and scientists, in general) should do when they are first starting out. Again, I can’t stress enough that if you want to do marine biology (or anything else for that matter) for a living, I don’t think you should let your age hold you back – the scientists I know that started latest in life are some of the most efficient and succe...

    published: 11 May 2016
  • Marine Biologist - Careers in Science and Engineering

    What's it really like to be an engineer or a scientist? What do they really do all day? You're about to find out! Meet the next generation of engineers and scientists in these profiles of young professionals, who may just inspire you to join them. Ayana Johnson fell in love with the ocean the moment she laid eyes on a coral reef at age five. Find out what it's like to be a marine biologist.

    published: 27 Oct 2011
  • UNH Marine Biology Bootcamp

    It was an early move-in for a group of first-year UNH students who packed their bags and boarded a boat to Marine Immersion week at the Shoals Marine Lab. Marine Immersion is an intensive, two-credit course where students plunge into hands-on marine science. Learn more about Shoals: https://youtu.be/-2aykqIc0Tc https://youtu.be/NorMCyfUKRs Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, Communications and Public Affairs

    published: 10 Sep 2014
  • How I became a marine biologist

    Since I remember I have a great love and respect for the ocean, and all this was transformed into the will of becoming a marine biologist after watching a TVseries. This is the very very very very resumed story of how I ended up doing a PhD in marine biology! ############################################# Other social networks: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mseame/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcMariaSea Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seandmebyM/ Microbial Oceanography group FB: https://www.facebook.com/Microbial-Oceanography-202364960191747/

    published: 14 May 2017
  • Shark Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

    Jonathan explores the basic biology of sharks and what makes them different from bony fish including buoyancy, respiration, coloration, etc. ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Twitter https://twitter.com/BlueWorld_TV Instagram @blueworldtv Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** Sharks have been around for over 250 million years. The fact that sharks have survived for so long demonstrates the incredible effectiveness of their anatomy. Over 400 species of sharks live in the oceans across many habitats. Some, like the Caribbean Reef shark, live on sh...

    published: 11 Jan 2016
  • Marine Biology - A Day In The Life

    A day in the life of a Marine Biology Student at Aberdeen University

    published: 17 Dec 2012
  • What does a marine biologist REALLY do?

    What do marine biologists actually do? Diving, field work, going on adventures, writing, planning, reading, analyzing... all these are interconnected and are all very important parts of a marine biologists´ life and career. Sometimes if you have never participated or been in contact with marine research projects it is difficult to grasp what it is that we actually do. So hopefully in this video I can give you a slight insight into what it means to be a marine scientist. Recommended channels of fellow marine biologists: Sciall.org: https://www.youtube.com/user/sciallorg Telly´s marine tales: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBcuAUyxZ6m5AcU9Cq2WXlw ############################################# Other social networks: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mseame/ Twitter: https://twitter.c...

    published: 16 Jul 2017
  • Marine Biologist: Why Girls Should Consider Marine Biology - Jen Smith Career Girls Role Model

    Marine biologist Jen Smith shares valuable career guidance and life advice with girls. Watch her full interview at http://www.careergirls.org Welcome to our community! ♥ Website: http://www.careergirls.org ♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/careergirlsorg ♥ Facebook: https://facebook.com/CareerGirls ♥ Instagram: http://instagram.com/career_girls ♥ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/careergirlsorg/ ♥ CareerGirls Blog: http://www.careergirls.org/community

    published: 05 Jun 2014
  • What does a marine biologist actually do?

    In this video I tackle the seemingly obvious question of what a marine biologist does, but it's surprisingly complicated to answer. I interview five other marine biologists as well as give my own take on the job description of a marine biologist, what some of our tasks include, who we might work for, etc. Give it a watch if you have any questions about what the work of a marine biologist entails. Video: Child answering what they want to be when they grow up - Holy Child Academy (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClF_oTgovNoQlW13XoQrcoA) Music: Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Sourcehttp://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Nicolai...

    published: 14 Dec 2016
  • Whale Tagging: Marine Biologist Ari Friedlaender Tags Whales for Science!

    Find the full story here: http://www.tested.com/science/life/454367-awesome-jobs-meet-ari-friedlaender-whale-tagger/ Raw helmet camera footage of marine biologist Ari Friedlaender attaching tag sensors with suction cups onto whales in the Antarctic. Extreme field science in action. Video credit: A. Friedlaender, NMFS permit 605-1904, 14097

    published: 25 Mar 2013
  • Great careers - Exciting opportunities in Marine Biology

    Erin Oakley discusses her pathway from studying a Bachelor of Science to working as a Marine Mammal Trainer at Sea World on the Gold Coast. For more information and study options please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences

    published: 08 Oct 2014
  • Lokai: Take a Dive With Marine Biologist Brinkley Davies

    Dive deep and open your eyes to a world unknown. We teamed up with Brinkley Davies to see the ocean through her eyes. The ocean is the largest ecosystem on Earth. A healthy ocean means a healthier planet. To support Oceana in their effort to restore and protect our oceans, head to: mylokai.co/BrinkleyVid #sharkweek

    published: 20 Jun 2016
  • Is anybody here a marine biologist?

    Memorable cameo on Seinfeld - voiced by Larry David - when George is masquerading as a marine biologist.

    published: 15 Oct 2013
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What it's like to ACTUALLY be a marine biologist | SciAll.org

What it's like to ACTUALLY be a marine biologist | SciAll.org

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Sharks, whales, dolphins, corals -- it's all part of the game. But there's more to marine biology than adventures with wildlife in the field. It takes dedication and a thirst for discovery to keep you writing successful grants, publishing influential research, and pushing forward our collective knowledge of marine life! Subscribe to show your support of sharing the exhilarating process and invaluable products of science with the masses: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sciallorg Social Media ME! http://www.facebook.com/sciallorg http://www.instagram.com/sciallorg http://www.twitter.com/sciallorg Learn more about my life as a marine biologist here: http://SciAll.org Learn more about my research in marine biology here: http://mikegil.com/research/ Complete a short survey after watching here (this helps me make more videos that show the action and adventure behind REAL, cutting-edge science from my career as a marine biologist!): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/V6MYVXR The music was created by my brother, Danny Gil, and his awesome band Downfall 2012: http://SciAll.org/art-and-science/Downfall2012 Thanks for watching -- let's Get The Secret Out...
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Day in the Life of a Marine Biologist

Day in the Life of a Marine Biologist

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Follow the daily lives of four scientists working on an extraordinary tropical island.
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Marine Biologists Confess What Creatures They Hope Never To Discover

Marine Biologists Confess What Creatures They Hope Never To Discover

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Listen to what these marine life experts have to say about the creatures they hope they never have the supreme misfortune of discovering. Subscribe to ClickHole http://bit.ly/1qugIEe Like ClickHole on Facebook https://www.fb.com/clickhole Follow ClickHole on Twitter https://twitter.com/ClickHole
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Want to be a marine biologist? (SAIL by AWOLNATION)

Want to be a marine biologist? (SAIL by AWOLNATION)

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UPDATE: Inspired by YOU (the audience) and your response to this video, I've created a new YouTube series: Confessions of a Marine Biologist: http://www.youtube.com/sciallorg Remember how everyone wanted to be a marine biologist at some point while growing up? Well, this video pays tribute to the wonderful and REAL world of marine biology. (Also, please keep in mind, we are actually working in these clips!) Please share this video, especially with people who may consider marine science as a career! Hopefully, this makes their decision a little easier, and we are always recruiting :) This video would not have been possible were it not for the amazing people (many of whom are featured here) that make working as a field researcher on the island of Moorea, French Polynesia so special an experience. Featured researchers are studying various aspects of coral reef community ecology, and they are based out of the University of Florida, California State University-Northridge, the University of California-Santa Barbara, and Victoria University of Wellington. For more information, please visit: http://sciall.org Please take a moment and answer a short questionnaire after watching (I will use your answers to help me apply for funding to make new, even better videos--thanks in advance!!): http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CLWV2RX Shot using GoPro Hero, Nikon D7000, Canon 550 Digital Elph Song: "Sail" by AWOLNATION (http://www.youtube.com/artist/AWOLNATION?feature=watch_metadata)
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Career - Marine Biologist.

Career - Marine Biologist.

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list of marine biologists

list of marine biologists

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i hope you're proud of yourselves you fucking weebs and before you ask yes this is real: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:List_of_marine_biologists
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Marine Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

Marine Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

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Jonathan visits the School for Field Studies in the Turks & Caicos Islands to learn how college students conduct field work in their pursuit of degrees in marine studies. He helps tag sharks, study conch and investigate marine protected areas! ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can buy some Blue World T-shirts & Swag! http://www.blueworldtv.com/shop You can join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Twitter https://twitter.com/BlueWorld_TV Instagram @blueworldtv Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** I’m off to the sunny but remote island of South Caicos, in the Turks and Caicos Islands, just southeast of the Bahamas. Here, the School for Field Studies operates a field research facility where college students from all over the United States come for some hands-on marine biology field work. Faculty at the School for Field Studies have ongoing research projects investigating fisheries management, reef health, shark populations and even human impact. My day begins with the shark research team led by Professor Aaron Henderson. Henderson and his students are investigating how the marine protected areas around South Caicos are affecting the shark population. Their first task for the day is to deploy some baited camera rigs. These rigs will hopefully attract and film several species of sharks. The goal: to learn how many and what species of sharks are here in the marine protected area. Many different species visit the cameras including Nurse sharks, Caribbean Reef sharks, Tiger sharks, Lemon sharks and even Great Hammerheads! Next the team deploys what are known as “drum lines.” These are baited hooks attached to a float and a weight. The goal is to catch sharks so they can be tagged and released. With five drum lines set, the team goes back to the first one and checks for a shark. Dr. Henderson places a tag on its dorsal fin, while the students take a small tissue sample from is tail for an isotope analysis of the shark’s diet. Another group is studying the fish population of the island, trying to determine the effectiveness of marine protected areas. Underwater, the team heads to a nice section of coral reef and begins a transect. Essentially they reel out a very long tape measure over the reef, which defines a specific path of a specific length. By comparing the transect results inside and outside of the marine protected areas, the students can learn not only how well the marine protected areas are working but on which species. Of course, fishing pressure is what affects fish populations, so it makes sense to also try to get a handle on what species of fish are being caught. The students work with the local fishermen who volunteer to allow the students to come down to the docks at the end of the day and see what kind of fish they are catching and how big they are. The fishermen know that research like this and marine protected areas will help to insure that there are always enough fish to catch. Another team of students, another research project. This team is working in snorkel depths without scuba--studying a big snail called a conch. The conch is one of the most popular seafoods in the Caribbean, and a whopping 10% of the world’s supply comes from the tiny island of South Caicos, so it’s an important resource. This transect in the seagrass bed is being used to count conch. They also collect a few conch for additional research on land. Back at the shore, alongside a representative from the Turks & Caicos Department of Environment and Maritime Affairs, the students crack the conch open in the traditional way. Fishermen often take the meat out of the shell at sea and return with only the meat and no shell. How can the government recommend or enforce size regulations if there is no shell to measure? So Daniel’s research is looking at other ways to gauge the maturity of a conch, without a shell. Baby sharks live in the mangroves, where they are safe from a lot of larger predators. A couple of nights a week, Dr. Henderson and his students head over to the mangrove areas to catch baby sharks. They start by setting a net in the chest-deep water, hoping to snare small sharks as they cruise by. Every 15 minutes they check the net, and when they have a shark, they bring it back to a makeshift lab on shore where they will weigh it, tag it with a electronic tag, take a small tissue sample, some ID photos, and then quickly get it back into the water. One of the students will swim the baby shark around for a few minutes to re-oxygenate its gills, and then they send it on its way. From sharks, to fish to conch and more sharks, my day with the marine biology students at the School for Field Studies in South Caicos was exhausting but exciting.
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Marine Biologists

Marine Biologists

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How much marine biologists get PAID

How much marine biologists get PAID

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Many people want to know how much marine biologists get paid, as in how much the make, salary-wise doing their job. I give you my take in this video, but it's important to not that this VARIES a lot among jobs, institutions, and locations (e.g., cities, countries, etc.). There are MANY ways to be a marine biologists, and a scientist in general. I'd say my answer is coming from an academic perspective (i.e., jobs in universities), but there are great jobs outside of academics that I have less knowledge about (e.g., jobs with federal agencies and NGOs, like NOAA [in the US] and NOAA). Just remember one thing: money can't buy happiness. But a career you love (no matter your field) can get you pretty far! :) To support my campaign, to share the exhilarating process and invaluable products of science with the masses, subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... To provide even more support, please consider joining us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/sciallorg Social media: http://www.facebook.com/sciallorg http://www.instagram.com/sciallorg http://www.twitter.com/sciallorg Learn more about my life as a marine biologist here: http://SciAll.org Learn more about my research in marine biology here: http://mikegil.com/research/ Complete a short survey after watching here (this helps me make more videos that show the action and adventure behind REAL, cutting-edge science from my career as a marine biologist!): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WNNLFW8 The music was created by my brother, Danny Gil, and his awesome band Downfall 2012: http://SciAll.org/art-and-science/Dow... Thanks for watching -- let's Get The Secret Out...
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Reef Life of the Andaman (full marine biology documentary)

Reef Life of the Andaman (full marine biology documentary)

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"Reef Life of the Andaman" is a documentary of the marine life of Thailand and Burma (Myanmar). It is available on DVD at http://www.bubblevision.com/marine-life-DVD.htm Scuba diving more than 1000 times from the coral reefs and underwater pinnacles of Thailand's Similan Islands, Phuket, Phi Phi Island and Hin Daeng, to Myanmar's Mergui Archipelago and Burma Banks, I encountered everything from manta rays to seahorses, whale sharks to shipwrecks. The 116-minute film features descriptions of 213 different marine species including more than 100 tropical fish, along with sharks, rays, moray eels, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, sea slugs, cuttlefish, squid, octopus, turtles, sea snakes, starfish, sea cucumbers, corals, worms etc.. This marine biology documentary provides an overview of Indian Ocean aquatic life. Marine life & underwater subjects featured in the film: 0:00:00 - Introduction 0:01:42 - Underwater caves 0:02:18 - Corals and anemones ELASMOBRANCHS - SHARKS 0:03:37 - Carpet sharks (zebra sharks / leopard sharks and nurse sharks) 0:06:45 - Whale sharks 0:11:26 - Requiem sharks (grey reef sharks, silvertip sharks, whitetip reef sharks) RAYS 0:13:44 - Stingrays 0:17:05 - Eagle rays & devil rays / mobulas 0:18:48 - Manta rays REEF FISHES 0:21:24 - Moray eels 0:25:50 - Seahorse 0:27:12 - Cornetfish & trumpetfish 0:28:50 - Batfish (spadefish) 0:30:09 - Angelfish 0:31:34 - Butterflyfish 0:32:41 - Bannerfish 0:33:30 - Moorish idol 0:33:56 - Surgeonfish (tang) & unicornfish 0:34:42 - Bigeye 0:35:10 - Emperor Snapper 0:35:26 - Sweetlips 0:36:05 - Grouper (rockcod) 0:38:24 - Humphead wrasse 0:38:52 - Green humphead parrotfish 0:39:38 - Barracuda 0:40:37 - Trevally (jacks) 0:41:21 - Pufferfish 0:42:32 - Boxfish 0:44:28 - Porcupinefish 0:46:10 - Scrawled filefish 0:46:33 - Triggerfish CRUSTACEANS 0:48:23 - Spiny lobster 0:49:35 - Shrimps 0:50:39 - Red-legged swimming crab MOLLUSCS - GASTROPODS 0:51:13 - Cowries 0:52:46 - Sea slugs / nudibranchs BIVALVES 0:54:55 - Fluted giant clam 0:55:38 - Tuna Wreck - Similan Islands 0:56:00 - Schooling fish - Cardinalfish 0:56:56 - Hardyhead silversides 0:57:15 - Fusilier 0:57:45 - African pompano 0:57:49 - Striped eel catfish 0:58:02 - Schooling snapper 0:59:08 - Schooling barracuda 1:00:30 - Dogtooth tuna 1:00:45 - Bigeye trevally HIDING 1:01:15 - Pastel Tilefish 1:01:49 - Stingrays in sand 1:02:43 - Octopus ink CAMOUFLAGE - MIMICRY 1:03:03 - Straightstick pipefish 1:03:28 - Ornate ghost pipefish 1:04:19 - Giant frogfish 1:05:14 - Scorpionfish 1:06:42 - Stonefish 1:07:17 - King Cruiser shipwreck VENOMOUS SPINES 1:07:29 - Lionfish 1:09:25 - Crown-of-thorns starfish 1:10:00 - Sea urchin SYMBIOSIS 1:10:26 - Sea urchin cardinalfish 1:10:49 - Anemonefish / Clownfish / Sea anemones 1:13:53 - Porcelain anemone crab 1:14:39 - Tube anemone 1:15:13 - Rhizostome jellyfish 1:16:09 - Fishes feeding 1:16:16 - Streaked spinefoot 1:16:31 - Parrotfish 1:17:02 - Goatfish 1:17:10 - Bluefin trevally 1:17:29 - Smalltooth emperor 1:17:51 - Fringelip mullet REPTILES 1:20:26 - Banded sea krait (sea snake) 1:21:46 - Pacific Hawksbill turtle 1:23:26 - Green turtle SHRIMPS 1:25:05 - Harlequin shrimp 1:26:09 - Peacock mantis shrimp CLEANING 1:27:08 - Skunk cleaner shrimp 1:27:57 - Cleaner wrasse 1:29:07 - Rock cleaner shrimp 1:29:27 - False cleanerfish 1:30:07 - Remora / live sharksucker 1:31:38 - Cobia 1:32:47 - Rainbow runner POLYCHAETE WORMS 1:33:38 - Feather duster worm 1:33:43 - Hard tube coco worm 1:33:53 - Christmas tree worm 1:34:39 - Sea cucumber SEX 1:36:54 - Broadcast spawning 1:37:42 - Oyster 1:38:19 - Pharaoh cuttlefish mating 1:40:15 - Bigfin reef squid 1:40:36 - Day octopus fighting 1:43:25 - Rough-toothed dolphin 1:43:48 - Night diving 1:49:38 - Crabs at night 1:52:56 - Hermit crab 1:54:22 - Basket stars I have more scuba diving videos and underwater footage on my website at: http://www.bubblevision.com I post updates about my videos, and interesting underwater videos from other filmmakers here: http://www.facebook.com/bubblevision http://www.twitter.com/nicholashope MUSIC CREDITS: Prickly Shark, Black Corals, Jewel Squid by Erik Verkoyen Freefall Into The Blue, Buoyancy, Tai Long Wan, Andaman Resonance, Hidden Depths, Similan Sunrise, The Cool Of The Forest by Mark Ellison Blood Wine by Condor e (Velvet Night Album) Dream And You Will Fly by Menno Hoomans (http://twitter.com/mhoomans) Just Walk Away by Adam Fielding (http://adamfielding.com) Deep Blue, Starbeam by Toao (SOILSOUND Music Publishing LLC) (http://soilsound.com) Space Frigate by Smashed Toy (http://soundclick.com/smashedtoy) Deliberate Thought, Modern Vibes by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com) Pattern Errors by Coded Bird's Song (Edit) by Absorb Fish (http://soundcloud.com/absorb-fish) Thanks to Santana Diving of Phuket (http://www.santanaphuket.com), to Rob Royle for a few of the clips, to Elfi and Uli Erfort and Daniel Bruehwiler for help with the German translation, and to Frank Nelissen for the Dutch subtitles.
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A day in the life of a marine biologist: Part 1

A day in the life of a marine biologist: Part 1

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What does my current day-to-day look like? I chat about some of the behind-the-desk tasks of a marine biologist - from the pains of writing code for analysing data to writing scientific papers (because ain't nobody going to read your thesis!). Music: Kontinuum - Aware (NCS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWdZjZV6bEk&list=PLRBp0Fe2GpglkzuspoGv-mu7B2ce9_0Fn&index=4) SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/kontinuum ----------|---------- I am Chantel Elston, a second year marine biology PhD student. Join me on my journey as I discover our wonderful oceans and try to survive PhD life. twitter: @chantel3474 instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tellysmarinetales/?hl=en
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Want to be a marine biologist? Step 1 for anyone

Want to be a marine biologist? Step 1 for anyone

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Looking to dedicate yourself to adventure and uncovering mysteries of the ocean? Marine biology might be for you – here’s the first step, no matter your age. The most common question I get from aspiring marine biologists is: “Where do I start?”, followed closely by: “What school/college/university should I attend?”, “What major should I have?”, and “What classes should I take?”. I address these questions and more by describing what I think all marine biologists (and scientists, in general) should do when they are first starting out. Again, I can’t stress enough that if you want to do marine biology (or anything else for that matter) for a living, I don’t think you should let your age hold you back – the scientists I know that started latest in life are some of the most efficient and successful in the bunch! In addition to what I state in the video, I would encourage anyone interested in science to reach out to local scientists at colleges or universities near you – many would be willing to field your specific questions about research and help point you in the right direction. Even if you live in the middle of nowhere, use email to get in touch with scientists. Just remember, do your homework before you contact someone – be sure you understand the background or your question(s) and/or have already searched for answers (Google is a great place to start). Also, I will be setting up a Q&A section to http://SciAll.org, specifically for you to ask questions about science careers – stay tuned! As I mentioned in the video, here are links to two free listservs (daily emails that you can sign up for – I recommend the aggregated ‘digest’ versions), which are fantastic resources to find ongoing volunteer (and sometimes paid!) internship opportunities for individuals at various levels of education/experience (including K-12, undergrad, grad, continuing education, etc.) to gain research skills and experience: NOAA Coral List (focuses on coral reefs, but posts regarding other marine systems are common): http://coral.aoml.noaa.gov/mailman/listinfo/coral-list The ECOLOG List (University of Maryland; focuses on ecology in all ecosystems, marine, freshwater, and terrestrial): http://ces.iisc.ernet.in/hpg/envis/ecolodoc530.html Finally, I want to stress that there is no substitute for HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE! These experiences will be your most efficient and effective guides for deciding which of the many topics in marine biology excites you enough to move forward (into college/university, graduate school, or beyond!). Learn more about my life as a marine biologist here: http://SciAll.org Learn more about my research in marine biology here: http://mikegil.com/research/ Complete a short survey after watching here (this helps me make more videos that show the action and adventure behind REAL, cutting-edge science from my career as a marine biologist!): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N7X8CB9 The music was created by my brother, Danny Gil, and his awesome band Downfall 2012: http://SciAll.org/art-and-science/Downfall2012 Thanks for watching -- let's Get The Secret Out...
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Marine Biologist - Careers in Science and Engineering

Marine Biologist - Careers in Science and Engineering

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What's it really like to be an engineer or a scientist? What do they really do all day? You're about to find out! Meet the next generation of engineers and scientists in these profiles of young professionals, who may just inspire you to join them. Ayana Johnson fell in love with the ocean the moment she laid eyes on a coral reef at age five. Find out what it's like to be a marine biologist.
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UNH Marine Biology Bootcamp

UNH Marine Biology Bootcamp

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It was an early move-in for a group of first-year UNH students who packed their bags and boarded a boat to Marine Immersion week at the Shoals Marine Lab. Marine Immersion is an intensive, two-credit course where students plunge into hands-on marine science. Learn more about Shoals: https://youtu.be/-2aykqIc0Tc https://youtu.be/NorMCyfUKRs Produced by Jeremy Gasowski, Communications and Public Affairs
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How I became a marine biologist

How I became a marine biologist

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Since I remember I have a great love and respect for the ocean, and all this was transformed into the will of becoming a marine biologist after watching a TVseries. This is the very very very very resumed story of how I ended up doing a PhD in marine biology! ############################################# Other social networks: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mseame/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcMariaSea Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seandmebyM/ Microbial Oceanography group FB: https://www.facebook.com/Microbial-Oceanography-202364960191747/
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Shark Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

Shark Biology | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

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Jonathan explores the basic biology of sharks and what makes them different from bony fish including buoyancy, respiration, coloration, etc. ********************************************************************** If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, don't forget to subscribe! You can join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/BlueWorldTV Twitter https://twitter.com/BlueWorld_TV Instagram @blueworldtv Web: http://www.blueworldTV.com ********************************************************************** Sharks have been around for over 250 million years. The fact that sharks have survived for so long demonstrates the incredible effectiveness of their anatomy. Over 400 species of sharks live in the oceans across many habitats. Some, like the Caribbean Reef shark, live on shallow tropical coral reefs. Others, like the blue shark, are pelagic, living far from land in the open ocean. The Greenland shark lives in the freezing waters of the arctic, while the Tiger shark prefers the tropics. Sharks are everywhere, but what are they? Sharks and their close relatives the rays differ from the bony fishes in several ways. Sharks and rays have a soft flexible skeleton made of cartilage. The cartilaginous skeleton makes the shark more flexible than similarly-sized bony fishes. Also, sharks and rays have no swim bladder. A bony fish uses an organ called a swim bladder to maintain neutral buoyancy, so it can hover like a hot air balloon. The shark’s lack of a swim bladder means that, unlike bony fishes, the shark tends to sink. To stay off the bottom, sharks have to keep moving. While the shark uses its tail fin in a back and forth motion to provide forward thrust, its pectoral fins work like airplane wings to provide lift. Like an airplane wing, as long as the fins move forward through the water, they provide lift to keep the shark up. Hammerheads must keep swimming at all times to force water through their gills. Ironically, if they stop swimming they’ll drown. But many species of sharks sometimes stop swimming and rest on the bottom, gulping water to ventilate their gills. This is a Lemon shark, common in the Caribbean, taking a break resting on the sand. It gulps water to breathe. Nurse sharks also spend a lot of time resting on the bottom. Bottom-dwelling species of sharks like the Wobbegong actually live their entire lives on the bottom. They are camouflaged to look like a rock covered in algae, and they hunt by being very patient and waiting for an unsuspecting fish to come close. With such a long evolutionary history, sharks have had plenty of time to refine their senses. For example, most sharks have an incredible sense of smell. Extrapolations of experiments on shark smell have suggested that some sharks can detect one drop of blood dissolved in as much as one million gallons of water! Sharks also have senses we can’t even begin to experience. Sharks have an electrosensory system that allows them to detect the extremely minute electrical currents generated by the muscles of a swimming fish. The snout of a shark is covered in tiny pores called Ampullae of Lorenzini, which convert electrical impulses in the water to an electrical signal in the shark’s nerves. Therefore the shark can “feel” extremely tiny electrical currents in the water—a skill it uses to hunt, even in complete darkness. Speaking of darkness, many people believe that sharks have poor eyesight. Not true! They don’t see in color, but they have sharp eyesight, and super powerful night vision. That’s because they have a shiny “mirror” called the tapedum lucidem located behind the retina that reflects light back through the retina a second time, increasing its sensitivity. Many sharks like to hunt at dawn, dusk and night, because they can see their prey much better than the prey can see them. Sharks are also the only fish to have eyelids. They’re called nictitating membranes and sharks use them to protect their eyes when something gets too close. Sharks never need to go to a dentist, since they don’t really care about cavities. They have many rows of teeth. As old teeth break or become too dull, they fall out and new ones rotate into place. For the entire life of a shark, it never runs out of new teeth, and never worries about the teeth it has. And you may find this hard to believe, but sharks are really important in the ecosystems of the ocean. As top predators, sharks have an important role to play. And because they do not reproduce quickly, sharks are vulnerable to overfishing. And while many people are afraid of sharks, most do not represent a threat to people at all. The world’s largest shark, the Whale shark, grows larger than a bus, but eats only plankton and small fish. Even mean looking sharks with pointy teeth like the Sand Tiger prefer to eat fish and never attack people.
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Marine Biology - A Day In The Life

Marine Biology - A Day In The Life

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What does a marine biologist REALLY do?

What does a marine biologist REALLY do?

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What do marine biologists actually do? Diving, field work, going on adventures, writing, planning, reading, analyzing... all these are interconnected and are all very important parts of a marine biologists´ life and career. Sometimes if you have never participated or been in contact with marine research projects it is difficult to grasp what it is that we actually do. So hopefully in this video I can give you a slight insight into what it means to be a marine scientist. Recommended channels of fellow marine biologists: Sciall.org: https://www.youtube.com/user/sciallorg Telly´s marine tales: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBcuAUyxZ6m5AcU9Cq2WXlw ############################################# Other social networks: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mseame/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcMariaSea Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seandmebyM/
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Marine Biologist: Why Girls Should Consider Marine Biology - Jen Smith Career Girls Role Model

Marine Biologist: Why Girls Should Consider Marine Biology - Jen Smith Career Girls Role Model

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Marine biologist Jen Smith shares valuable career guidance and life advice with girls. Watch her full interview at http://www.careergirls.org Welcome to our community! ♥ Website: http://www.careergirls.org ♥ Twitter: https://twitter.com/careergirlsorg ♥ Facebook: https://facebook.com/CareerGirls ♥ Instagram: http://instagram.com/career_girls ♥ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/careergirlsorg/ ♥ CareerGirls Blog: http://www.careergirls.org/community
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What does a marine biologist actually do?

What does a marine biologist actually do?

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In this video I tackle the seemingly obvious question of what a marine biologist does, but it's surprisingly complicated to answer. I interview five other marine biologists as well as give my own take on the job description of a marine biologist, what some of our tasks include, who we might work for, etc. Give it a watch if you have any questions about what the work of a marine biologist entails. Video: Child answering what they want to be when they grow up - Holy Child Academy (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClF_oTgovNoQlW13XoQrcoA) Music: Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Sourcehttp://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Nicolai Heidlas – Sunny Holidays – https://youtu.be/io6EoCFkDQM Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas ----------|---------- I am Chantel Elston, a first year marine biology PhD student. Join me on my journey as I discover our wonderful oceans and try to survive PhD life. twitter: @chantel3474 instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tellysmarinetales/?hl=en
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Whale Tagging: Marine Biologist Ari Friedlaender Tags Whales for Science!

Whale Tagging: Marine Biologist Ari Friedlaender Tags Whales for Science!

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Find the full story here: http://www.tested.com/science/life/454367-awesome-jobs-meet-ari-friedlaender-whale-tagger/ Raw helmet camera footage of marine biologist Ari Friedlaender attaching tag sensors with suction cups onto whales in the Antarctic. Extreme field science in action. Video credit: A. Friedlaender, NMFS permit 605-1904, 14097
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Great careers - Exciting opportunities in Marine Biology

Great careers - Exciting opportunities in Marine Biology

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Erin Oakley discusses her pathway from studying a Bachelor of Science to working as a Marine Mammal Trainer at Sea World on the Gold Coast. For more information and study options please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/griffith-sciences
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Lokai: Take a Dive With Marine Biologist Brinkley Davies

Lokai: Take a Dive With Marine Biologist Brinkley Davies

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Dive deep and open your eyes to a world unknown. We teamed up with Brinkley Davies to see the ocean through her eyes. The ocean is the largest ecosystem on Earth. A healthy ocean means a healthier planet. To support Oceana in their effort to restore and protect our oceans, head to: mylokai.co/BrinkleyVid #sharkweek
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Is anybody here a marine biologist?

Is anybody here a marine biologist?

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Memorable cameo on Seinfeld - voiced by Larry David - when George is masquerading as a marine biologist.
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