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In selecting the panelists, Trussell said that he tried to find “people who are excellent scientists as well as excellent communicators.”
Biology professor Larry Crowder, director of the Center for Ocean Solutions and senior fellow at Stanford University’s Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, discussed marine fisheries with Steven Gaines, dean of the University of California Santa Barbara’s Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management. Crowder said he hoped to address how people can transition towards sustainability for managing coastal ecosystems.
Together with Stephen Hawkins, dean of Ocean and Earth Science at University of Southampton’s National Oceanography Centre Southampton, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, professor of marine science at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia and director of the Global Change Institute, discussed the plight of marine ecosystems. Hawkins is also a professor of natural sciences. Richard Harris, a science reporter for NPR, moderated the discussions. The fifth invited speaker was Sylvia A. Earle, a National Geographic Society explorer-in-residence and oceanographer, who also gave a free lecture, “Overview of Challenges Facing Marine Ecosystems,” on May 22.
Crowder said that “it could be a good start to some discussion among participants and transition from our focus on single disciplines to a focus on solving problems and situations.”