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Wildlife Conservation Insights

#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist?

#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist?

33min |24/06/2021|

38

Listen
#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist? cover
#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist? cover
Wildlife Conservation Insights

#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist?

#2: Human, pinnipeds and sharks: how do we co-exist?

33min |24/06/2021|

38

Listen

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Welcome to Wildlife Conservation Insights Podcast. This is Episode 2. 


Today I chatted with Dr. Andrea Bogomolni, a researcher, artist and naturalist. Her research is directed towards understanding and interpreting interdisciplinary aspects of Ocean Health, and has largely focused on pathogen transmission in marine animals and the marine environment within the framework of One Health. She co-founded and currently chair the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium.  


Listening to Andrea always gives me a great energy for the day! She brings hope and has a communicative positive attitude. She strongly believes in what she does. For her it is crucially important to find a way for people, sharks and pinnipeds to “live together and coexist together”. It is time to solve problem together, to improve our way of understanding the ecosystem to protect it better. “We are all connected and connected to the Ocean”. Remember “one person can do a lot and you are not alone, there is a big community out there that want to help.”  


Hope you enjoy the travel. 


Connect with Us! 


Website | https://estellevet.com 

Go to Podcast > episode #2 to know more about Dr. Andrea work and andrebogomolni.com 

  

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/estelle_vet  

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Welcome to Wildlife Conservation Insights Podcast. This is Episode 2. 


Today I chatted with Dr. Andrea Bogomolni, a researcher, artist and naturalist. Her research is directed towards understanding and interpreting interdisciplinary aspects of Ocean Health, and has largely focused on pathogen transmission in marine animals and the marine environment within the framework of One Health. She co-founded and currently chair the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium.  


Listening to Andrea always gives me a great energy for the day! She brings hope and has a communicative positive attitude. She strongly believes in what she does. For her it is crucially important to find a way for people, sharks and pinnipeds to “live together and coexist together”. It is time to solve problem together, to improve our way of understanding the ecosystem to protect it better. “We are all connected and connected to the Ocean”. Remember “one person can do a lot and you are not alone, there is a big community out there that want to help.”  


Hope you enjoy the travel. 


Connect with Us! 


Website | https://estellevet.com 

Go to Podcast > episode #2 to know more about Dr. Andrea work and andrebogomolni.com 

  

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/estelle_vet  

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Welcome to Wildlife Conservation Insights Podcast. This is Episode 2. 


Today I chatted with Dr. Andrea Bogomolni, a researcher, artist and naturalist. Her research is directed towards understanding and interpreting interdisciplinary aspects of Ocean Health, and has largely focused on pathogen transmission in marine animals and the marine environment within the framework of One Health. She co-founded and currently chair the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium.  


Listening to Andrea always gives me a great energy for the day! She brings hope and has a communicative positive attitude. She strongly believes in what she does. For her it is crucially important to find a way for people, sharks and pinnipeds to “live together and coexist together”. It is time to solve problem together, to improve our way of understanding the ecosystem to protect it better. “We are all connected and connected to the Ocean”. Remember “one person can do a lot and you are not alone, there is a big community out there that want to help.”  


Hope you enjoy the travel. 


Connect with Us! 


Website | https://estellevet.com 

Go to Podcast > episode #2 to know more about Dr. Andrea work and andrebogomolni.com 

  

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/estelle_vet  

Description

Welcome to Wildlife Conservation Insights Podcast. This is Episode 2. 


Today I chatted with Dr. Andrea Bogomolni, a researcher, artist and naturalist. Her research is directed towards understanding and interpreting interdisciplinary aspects of Ocean Health, and has largely focused on pathogen transmission in marine animals and the marine environment within the framework of One Health. She co-founded and currently chair the Northwest Atlantic Seal Research Consortium.  


Listening to Andrea always gives me a great energy for the day! She brings hope and has a communicative positive attitude. She strongly believes in what she does. For her it is crucially important to find a way for people, sharks and pinnipeds to “live together and coexist together”. It is time to solve problem together, to improve our way of understanding the ecosystem to protect it better. “We are all connected and connected to the Ocean”. Remember “one person can do a lot and you are not alone, there is a big community out there that want to help.”  


Hope you enjoy the travel. 


Connect with Us! 


Website | https://estellevet.com 

Go to Podcast > episode #2 to know more about Dr. Andrea work and andrebogomolni.com 

  

Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/estelle_vet  

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