Throughout the ocean, there are currents that act like giant, underwater highways. These currents transport nutrients, heat, carbon, and even animals and plankton across vast ocean spans. On this episode, we speak to a triumvirate of experts from McGill University, Princeton University, and the University of Washington in Seattle about the California Current Marine Ecosystem, or CCME and what effect humans are having on the species that rely on it to survive.

Guests include:

-Dr. Jennifer Sunday, Assistant Professor at McGill University

-Dr. Evan Howard, Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University

-Dr. Terrie Klinger, Professor and Co-Director of the Washington Ocean Acidification Center, University of Washington

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