Diseases Of The Ocean

REMOTE BROADCAST FROM THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE MEETING IN ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA At this week's American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, scientists from around the globe are gathering to talk about the condition of the world's oceans. Guaranteed to be on the list of topics are diseases—those that infect ocean life as well as humans. In this hour, live from Anaheim, California, we'll talk about the causes of these diseases and their effects on ocean life and human health. Guests: Rita Colwell Director National Science Foundation Arlington, Virginia Drew Harvell Professor of Ecology Cornell University Ithaca, New York James Porter Professor of Ecology and Marine Science University of Georgia Athens, Georgia Eileen Hofmann Professor of Oceanography Old Dominion University Norfolk, Virginia

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