Video interviews produced, filmed, and edited by Rick Morris for the Census of Marine Life.
Tagging Marine Mammals  - Halpin (Parts I & II)
Patrick Halpin, a scientist involved with both the Ocean Biogeographic Information System - Spatial Ecological Analysis of Megavertebrate Populations (OBIS-SEAMAP ) and Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP ) projects, demonstrates the tagging and tracking of whales in the Gulf of Maine. Researchers from the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary are also featured.
Arctic Researchers  - Blum and Hopcroft
Bodil Blum and Russ Hopcroft, both of the Arctic Ocean Diversity (ArcOD ) project, explain how their unique research became associated with the Census of Marine Life.
Antarctic Researchers  - Brandt and Gutt (Parts I & II)
Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML ) project researchers Angelika Brandt and Julian Gutt discuss the details of their project and how they came to be affiliated with the Census of Marine Life.
Census Collaborations  - Alexander, Smith, Ramirez-Llodra, Baker, Shirayama, and Sibuet
Census researchers Vera Alexander, Craig Smith, Eva Ramirez-Llodra, Maria Baker, Yoshihisa Shirayama, and Myriam Sibuet discuss the benefits of collaborative research with partners worldwide.
Seamounts  - Consalvey and Rowden
Global Census of Marine Life on Seamounts (CenSeam ) researchers Mireille Consalvey and Ashley Rowden explain the challenges and excitement of inventorying life on underwater mountains.
Seamounts and Information Systems  - Stocks
Karen Stocks shares here thoughts on Biogeographic Information Systems and how it ties in with Global Census of Marine Life on Seamounts (CenSeam ) research.
Antarctic Researchers  - Wadley and Stoddart
Michael Stoddart and Victoria Wadley, of the Australian Antarctic Division, give an overview of the progress made on the Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML ) project and discuss their research backgrounds.