The Science of Cook Inlet

Cook Inlet by Paxson Woelber, Wikimedia creative commons license
Cook Inlet by Paxson Woelber, Wikimedia creative commons license

Cook Inlet plays a big part in the life of our city, but what do we know about the health of the waterway that brings us fish, oil and gas, the cargo ships that supply us, and accepts our waste? As the Alaska Marine Science Symposium takes place in Anchorage, we’ll talk with experts about the Inlet and Gulf of Alaska, the waters and wildlife.

Listen Now:

HOST: Charles Wohlforth

GUESTS:

  • Molly McCammon, Executive Director, Alaska Ocean Observing System
  • Barbara Mahoney, co-management, Cook Inlet beluga whales, NOAA
  • Kris Holderied, Kasitsna Bay Lab, NOAA

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LIVE BROADCAST: Wednesday, January 21, 2014. 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Alaska time)

REPEAT BROADCAST: Wednesday, January 21, 2014. 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. (Alaska time)

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