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A Tidal Odyssey. Ed Ricketts and the Making of Between Pacific Tides - Shared screen with speaker view
Joe Wible
53:15
If you have questions during the talk, feel free to put them either in the chat or the Q&A. The links to these are found at the bottom of your screen.
Ann Ezra Erickson
55:53
Unfortunately we don't have closed captions or live transcript set up for this webinar.
Mac IRVIN
01:08:48
True or not -- there's no mention of the Mrs. Steinbeck and Ricketts in “Sea of Cortez” but they were along for the voyage? And thank you, great offering . . .
Deborah Streeter
01:33:55
I am a long time volunteer at the Aquarium and know that Rickett’s ideas of zonation greatly influenced the layout of the Aquarium, habitats, etc. I am interested in the connection between literature/humanities ideas and science - seems like we have become so specialized….but so hopeful that these different fields could share ideas…
Mac IRVIN
01:39:05
Hello Steve Palumbi -- good to see your name and have really enjoyed this presentation. If Western Flyer returns to Monterrey soon I want to be there !
Joe Wible
01:45:14
If you are interested in joining the Friends of Hopkins Marine Station and support is work and programs like this, consider joining. You can find out more at https://hopkinsmarinestation.stanford.edu/aboutdonategive/friends-hopkins
Joe Wible
01:56:58
Ann, there is still a hand up - Lorelei Shoemaker.
Joe Wible
01:59:51
The Friends of Hopkins is hoping to have its “annual” picnic this summer after a several year hiatus due to Covid. It is planned for July 9th, so please mark you calendar.
Chris Dunlap
02:01:03
Thank you!
Fae Andrews
02:01:09
Great presentation!