One Fish, Two Fish, Hawkfish, Rockfish: Cori Kane shares her fascination for these marine creatures and advice for budding marine scientists
A great show with a fascinating guest!
Join Rising Sea Voices’ host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Oregon State University and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife postdoc Cori Kane as they discuss underwater research, interdisciplinary work, and career pathways and opportunities in marine ecology. This podcast episode will make you travel to the kelp forests of the U.S. West Coast; coral reefs in Moorea, French Polynesia; the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands; and marine protected areas in Hawaii and Oregon. Cori shares her personal challenges, enriching encounters, and love of fishes. Go outside of your comfort zone and be curious!
Cori also suggests you visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Marine Reserves’ website at https://oregonmarinereserves.com/ to learn more about their work.
We hope you will enjoy this episode and join us monthly to discover new guests and their work! In the meantime, check out Cori’s bio and contact information below.
Cori currently is in a post-doc fellowship with Oregon State University and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. She helps carry out ODFW marine reserves program’s ecological monitoring and research work in addition to acting as a liaison between Oregon State University’s Marine Studies Initiative and ODFW. She received her PhD from Washington State University where she focused on coral reef fish community dynamics between shallow and mesophotic coral ecosystems. Cori has spent the past 10 years conducting applied research and designing long-term monitoring programs to facilitate State and Federal conservation and management in both tropical and temperate ecosystems. She obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in aquatic biology and marine ecology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. During her free time, Cori enjoys a good cup of chai, hiking with her dog Abbey and exploring coastlines both above and below the waterline.
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This episode was recorded on August 9th, 2021.