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An Ocean Playlist for Science Online Oceans

So you’re heading out to Miami this weekend for Science Online Oceans and you’re thinking “hey, I really need some fresh jams to get me pumped up for the conference”. Or perhaps you’re thinking “you know, I need some good thoughtful rhymes that make me think about ocean issues from a different angle”? Well, we here at Southern Fried Science Aim to please. Enjoy.

Alela Diane – The Pirate’s Gospel

The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets –  A Marine Biologist

Steve Earle – Gulf Of Mexico

The Cruel Sea – Down Below

Dave Alvin – What Did The Deep Sea Say

Great Big Sea – The Mermaid

K’NAAN – Somalia

Stan Rogers – Tiny Fish from Japan

Shamarr Allen, Dee-1, Paul Sanchez, & Bennie – Sorry Ain’t Enough No More

Finally, how could we not close with one from Sir Kevin Zelnio, Earl of Dunsjömåla, Patron Saint of Ocean Science Online?

Kevin Zelnio – When Crabs Go Bad


Deep-sea biologist, population/conservation geneticist, backyard farm advocate. The deep sea is Earth's last great wilderness.


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