Explore more at ocean.org
Page background

Monsters Of The Deep:
Deep Sea Creatures Off
The B.C. Coast

Atolla.jpg
Photo: Ocean Networks Canada
sea-pig.jpg
Photo: Jackson Chu
octopus.jpg
Photo: Ocean Networks Canada
cusk-eel.jpg
Photo: Ocean Networks Canada

Live-streamed on
April 29, 2015

Join us for an evening with Dr. Kate Moran to hear about some of the deep sea creatures in our ocean today.

Dr. Kate Moran is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Networks Canada. She joined the University of Victoria in September 2011 as a Professor in the Faculty of Science and as Director of NEPTUNE Canada. Her previous appointment was Professor at the University of Rhode Island with a joint appointment in the Graduate School of Oceanography and the Department of Ocean Engineering. She also served as the Graduate School of Oceanography’s Associate Dean, Research and Administration. From 2009 to 2011, Moran was seconded to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy where she served as an Assistant Director and focused on Arctic, polar, ocean, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and climate policy issues. Moran holds degrees from the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Rhode Island and Dalhousie University. Her research focuses on marine geotechnics and its application to the study of paleoceanography, tectonics and seafloor stability. She has authored more than 45 publications.

Learn more about Ocean Networks Canada.

Vancouver Aquarium public programs provide family-friendly opportunities for people to connect with each other through hands-on activities, lectures, films, classes and field trips—all focused on aquatic conservation. 

Watch Online

This talk was streamed live on the Vancouver Aquarium’s YouTube channel. 

Watch Now

 
 
Jellyfish

Share Your Thoughts

How was your visit? Fill in our comment card and let us know.
Find it here

Donate

Donate Now

Your donation supports ocean conservation.
Donate

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

There are 33 species of oceanic dolphins. 
Read more