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American Shoreline Podcast Network teamed up with graduate and professional students from student chapters of The Coastal Society to highlight voices in coastal science and management. Together they’ve created All Swell?, an innovative podcast that dives into current ocean and coastal issues, their potential solutions, and the people leading the way toward a more resilient future. The podcast creators and hosts this year are from East Carolina University and Duke University. Genevieve “GG” Guerry and Kyra Hagge are Ph.D. candidates at East Carolina. GG is interested in public health and aims to work on the public perception of forever chemicals such as PFAS in the Cape Fear watershed and climate migration. Kyra is integrating behavioral economics and social psychology with hydrogeology to tackle questions about pro-environmental behavior and adoption of green technology along the coast of North Carolina. Kathryn Lienhard, Nat Blackford, and Rory Kuczek are Master of Environmental Management students at Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment. Kathryn is interested in coastal resilience, ecosystem restoration, and community engagement. She is currently working at Duke’s Marine Lab in Beaufort, NC. Nat is interested in how we manage our coastal ecosystems - from coastal forests to marshes to seagrass meadows. These coastal environments are some of the most densely populated areas on the planet, have huge ecological and cultural significance, and sequester and store large amounts of carbon. Aurora Kuczek, is a master of Environmental Management student at Duke University studying Ecosystem Science and Conservation. She is interested in coastal restoration, particularly as it relates to wildlife conservation, and how local communities can get involved in restoration processes to make real change for their environments they are closely intertwined with and rely upon to survive.
Debriefing a beach cleanup
September 29, 2023
Will rising seas push populations inland?
August 24, 2023
Ocean's heartbeat: Trending marine matters
July 28, 2023
Weathering the storm: NC's coastal resilience
June 29, 2023
The Ripple Effect: How One Idea Changed Everything!
May 25, 2023
Listen up! Bioacoustics and marine mammal protection
April 27, 2023
The NC Collaboratory: bridging research and practical use.
March 30, 2023
Congressional update from Going Coastal.
March 7, 2023
Can Living Shorelines and Blue Carbon save our coasts?
February 21, 2023
A real talk about marine science careers.
January 26, 2023
So what's the deal with Horseshoe Crabs? Find out here!
December 27, 2022
And, introducing the newest member of the All Swell? team!
November 22, 2022
How marine mammal science connects humans together
October 25, 2022
How do maritime and coastal spaces overlap?
September 20, 2022
Are you ready for another season of All Swell?
August 24, 2022
Mental health challenges for coastal and marine pros!
July 28, 2022
An issue we're going to be hearing much more about!
June 22, 2022
Diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice benefit the coast!
May 19, 2022
An episode in honor of Anja Sjostrom.
April 27, 2022
At the intersection of oyster aquaculture and ocean science!
March 22, 2022
How new tech can change the conservation game as we know it!
January 26, 2022
Closing out 2022 on ASPN!
December 30, 2021
Breaking down the plastic problem through social action.
November 17, 2021
A look at the new research driving NC fisheries science
October 28, 2021
Welcome to ASPN Duke U Team!
September 22, 2021