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Evening Lecture | Jeremy Jackson: Ocean Apocalypse | January 7, 2013
What are the impacts of overfishing? (10:55)
What if the world’s garbage, sewage and toxic waste had been piled up on land instead of dumped in the ocean? (17:40)
Global Warming: Are the penguins and polar bears doomed? (28:22)
How much will the sea level rise in the 21st Century? (41:07)
Can we avoid Ocean Apocalypse? (54:35)
Jeremy Jackson is Senior Scientist Emeritus at the Smithsonian Institution and Professor of Oceanography Emeritus at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He studies human impacts on the oceans and the ecology and paleoecology of tropical and subtropical marine ecosystems. Jackson is author of more than 150 scientific publications and eight books. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and American Association for the Advancement of Science. Jackson has received numerous prizes and awards including most recently the Peterson Medal from Harvard University, the Paleontological Medal, the BBVA International Prize in Ecology and Conservation, and the Society for Conservation Biology LaRoe Award for Outstanding Contributions to Conservation Biology. Jackson’s work on historical overfishing and the collapse of coastal ecosystems was chosen by Discover magazine as the outstanding scientific achievement of 2001. Island Press just published his latest book, Shifting Baselines: The Past and Future of Ocean Fisheries, in August 2011.
Jeremy Jackson’s presentation, “Ocean Apocalypse” is the College’s academic year 2012-2013 International Lecture. The lecture is sponsored by the Naval War College Foundation in memory of Edgar W.B. Fairchild, a former Foundation Trustee, through the generosity of Mr. Fairchild’s estate.