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The Shape of Shells

By Daniel de la Calle Every shell protects the life of the creature that builds it and many of them continue to have a brief …

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Shepherd Dolphins

By Daniel de la Calle If we finished the month of May with our classic news, photo and video update I thought it is only …

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THE FUTURE WE WANT and THE FUTURE WE DON’T WANT

By Daniel de la Calle I am sure you have seen this image all over the media these days.  I took it on my way …

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Protection

By Daniel de la Calle »Could the protection of marine areas be counterproductive? That is what Professor Ray Hilborn, from the University of Washington’s School …

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Summer News

By Daniel de la Calle Children in Rio de Janeiro were on vacation for the three Rio+20 summit days. Schools organized activities that involved the …

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

By Daniel de la Calle Two news, one good and one bad. Then the ugly: THE GOOD: NASA claims to have developed an innovative method …

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The Transit of Venus

By Daniel de la Calle From Maya Lin’s interview in our film to the recent NYC Pteropod exhibit by Cornelia Kavanagh that we wrote about …

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Winterless Spring

By Daniel de la Calle As seasons disappear and blend together, summer swallowing autumn and winter coming in glimpses and bursts, spring is still our …

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News, Some Good

By Daniel de la Calle         »Washington State became last month the first in the USA to create an expert panel on Ocean Acidification. …

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Summer News Sample

By Daniel de la Calle Children in Rio de Janeiro were on vacation during the three days of the Rio+20 summit. Some schools organized activities …

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Tangled Up In Words

By Daniel de la Calle In an LA Times article titled “In Science, Words Matter” oceanographer Elizabeth Tobin refers to the often talked about controversy …

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Chile, From Santiago to Valparaíso

By Daniel de la Calle After Puerto Montt, the second half of the series of screenings in Chile unfolded at universities in Santiago and Valparaíso.  …

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SINK, a Shell Dissolving Objet d’art

By Daniel de la Calle Artist Julian Priest has created SINK, “a model of anthropogenic ocean acidification”.  The materials used are a scallop shell, an …

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Eulogy

The question I have been asked the most over these three years of work for A Sea Change was not related to Ocean Acidification, to …

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Screening in Medellín Tomorrow

By Daniel de la Calle On Thursday, June 23rd, we will be screening A Sea Change at the 3D cinema in Medellin’s Parque Explora.  Prior …

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In South America This Fall: In April!

By Daniel de la Calle   Today we want to briefly share with you our plans for A Sea Change during the upcoming months.  During …

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Knitted Corals, A Jellyfish Light And A Song

By Daniel de la Calle Looking for news about Ocean Acidification tends to be devastating, feels like swimming in a sea of storms in the …

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That Elusive Golden Past

By Daniel de la Calle The screening at Maloka and the countless interviews in Bogotá couldn’t have gone any better.  Some sort of miracle, some …

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A List of Lists

By Daniel de la Calle   We are still in January, the month of lists and resolutions for the remaining 11 months or the rest …

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Belated Post About a Belated Award

By Daniel de la Calle Two weeks ago our director Barbara Ettinger was informed that A Sea Change won last year’s Best Environmental Documentary Award …

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Medellín, Medallo, Metrallo

By Daniel de la Calle     Although I only stayed in Medellín for a couple of days the screening organizers, Agenda del Mar, squeezed over …

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Pizza Vs. Sushi

By Daniel de la Calle Researchers believe we should prepare ourselves for a world with more anchovies and less tuna:     Various recent studies indicate …

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Research News and Job Opportunities

By Daniel de la Calle I bring you some research news and job opportunities to start the week:     •The University of Alaska Fairbanks placed …

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Melting in Cartagena de Indias

By Daniel de la Calle These past Friday and Saturday we had two screenings of A Sea Change in Cartagena de Indias.   The first …

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ANTARCTICA

By Daniel de la Calle This week marked the 100th Anniversary of Amundsen’s expedition to the South Pole.  On December 14th Norwegians around the world …

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