Carl Safina and Fisheries/ Mars Rock


Guests:

Carl Safina
* Vice-President for Ocean Conservation
* Founder, Living Oceans Program
* National Audubon Society
* MacArthur Fellow
* Author: The Eye of the Albatross: Visions of Hope and Survival (Henry Holt, 2002); Song for the Blue Ocean (Henry Holt, 1998)
* Amagansett, New York

John Pappalardo
* Policy Analyst, Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen's Association
* Member, New England Fisheries Management Council
* North Chatham, Massachusetts

Kathie Thomas-Keprta
* Principle Scientist
* Lockheed Martin
* NASA-Johnson Space Center
* Houston, Texas

What can a single bird tell us about our world? A lot—if the bird is being followed by oceans expert Carl Safina. In this hour of Science Friday we'll talk with Safina about his new book, The Eye of the Albatross and the health of the world's oceans. We'll also take closer look at the state of cod and cod fishing off the coast of New England. Plus, NASA scientists say they have new evidence for life on Mars, and they found it in a 4.5 billion-year-old meterorite.

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