In the Twilight Zone: Discussing Coral Reefs, Ichthyology, & Biodiversity w. Dr. Richard Pyle (Part 2) | Transmissions from Hawaii 09

by | Nov 23, 2021 | Episodes

Dr. Richard Pyle is the senior curator of Ichthyology at Bishop Museum in Honolulu. He spends his days researching fish and whenever possible diving deep into the ocean in order to discover new species of fish. On this episode of Transmissions from Hawaii, we conclude our conversation with Dr. Richard Pyle. This time we are focusing on deep coral reefs, the creatures that inhabit them, ichthyology, and the ongoing threat of climate change.

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  • Dr. Richard Pyle

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  • Editing and sound design: Tony Vega
  • Transcript: Milabeats.go
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  • Featured image: Courtesy of Richard Tanabe Jr.

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