Voice of the Sea Season 2 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News Now, Local Programming

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  • January 11, 2015

    S2-E1: Upcoming Episode Highlights

    S2-E1: Upcoming Episode Highlights

    In this special episode we preview some upcoming Voice of the Sea stories. We'll be learning about life in American Samoa and what makes it unique.  We'll meet people managing it's natural resources. Fom chiefs to ethnographers, who study the culture,  we learn how Samoans are coping with the challenges their islands face.
     
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  • January 18, 2015

    S2-E2: Under the Waters of Palau

    S2-E2: Under the Waters of Palau

    In this episode, we dive the world famous reefs of Palau, considered to be one of the best scuba destinations in the world. We meet world class underwater videographer Nick Martorano, who shares the secrets of filming underwater.
     
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  • January 25, 2015

    S2:E3: Surf Forecasting

    S2:E3: Surf Forecasting

    In this episode, we meet legendary surf forecaster Pat Caldwell. Pat has been predicting ocean conditions in Hawaii for 30 years. Pat explains the most important factors in predicting waves. He'll explain rouge waves, tsunamis, and the dynamics of wave forecasting.More >>
    In this episode, we meet legendary surf forecaster Pat Caldwell. Pat has been predicting ocean conditions in Hawaii for 30 years. Pat explains the most important factors in predicting waves. He'll explain rouge waves, tsunamis, and the dynamics of wave forecasting.
     
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  • February 1, 2015

    S2-E4: Shark and Tuna Tagging

    S2-E4: Shark and Tuna Tagging

    In this episode, we're on Coconut Island on Oahu to check out the latest in shark and tuna research. We'll investigate the types of high-tech tags used for tracking these large predators as they swim across the ocean.More >>
    In this episode, we're on Coconut Island on Oahu to check out the latest in shark and tuna research. We'll investigate the types of high-tech tags used for tracking these large predators as they swim across the ocean.
     
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  • February 8, 2015

    S2-E5: Life in American Samoa

    S2-E5: Life in American Samoa

    In this episode, we journey to American Samoa to meet researchers, scientists, village chiefs, and everyday citizens to see how they're coping with a changing ocean.  We'll learn about the history, culture, natural resources, and challenges American Samoa faces from many perspectives.More >>
    In this episode, we journey to American Samoa to meet researchers, scientists, village chiefs, and everyday citizens to see how they're coping with a changing ocean.  We'll learn about the history, culture, natural resources, and challenges American Samoa faces from many perspectives.More >>
  • April 12, 2015

    S2-E7: Studying Samoan Culture

    S2-E7: Studying Samoan Culture

    In this episode we talk to ethnographer Mycah Van Der Ryn of the Samoan Studies Institute.  Mycah explains what it is to be an ethnographer as he catalogs the legends, history, and customs of everyday life in Samoa. We'll also see excerpts from his documentary about Muleava, aslo known as Rose Atoll.
     
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    In this episode we talk to ethnographer Mycah Van Der Ryn of the Samoan Studies Institute.  Mycah explains what it is to be an ethnographer as he catalogs the legends, history, and customs of everyday life in Samoa. We'll also see excerpts from his documentary about Muleava, aslo known as Rose Atoll.

     
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  • April 19, 2015

    S2-E8: Crown of Thorns Invades Samoa

    S2-E8: Crown of Thorns Invades Samoa

    In this episode we visit the National Park in American Samoa with ecologist Tim Clark. We'll be doing some underwater surveying, looking for outbreaks of the crown of thorns starfish, which is devastating reefs across the Pacific. Tim and his team are also mapping fish habitat in the park, and he'll talk about the tools and technology they use in their dives.
     
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  • April 26, 2015

    S2-E9: Managing Rose Atoll

    S2-E9: Managing Rose Atoll

    In this episode, we learn about the pristine environment of Samoa's Rose Atoll with monument Manager Frank Pendleton. Frank explains his job as monument manager, working with scientists from NOAA  to monitor the environmental health of Rose Atoll.
     
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    In this episode, we learn about the pristine environment of Samoa's Rose Atoll with monument Manager Frank Pendleton. Frank explains his job as monument manager, working with scientists from NOAA  to monitor the environmental health of Rose Atoll.

     
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  • May 3, 2015

    S2-E10: Fish Ears and Algae

    S2-E10: Fish Ears and Algae

    We're in Guam looking at the bones in fish ears to determine their age.  Then we're studying algae. We'll check out some samples researchers have gathered and we'll learn why algae is so hard to classify.More >>
    We're in Guam looking at the bones in fish ears to determine their age.  Then we're studying algae. We'll check out some samples researchers have gathered and we'll learn why algae is so hard to classify.More >>
  • October 11, 2015

    S2-E13: Food Webs of the Open Ocean

    S2-E13: Food Webs of the Open Ocean

    In this episode, Lead Scientist of the Kilo Moana Research Cruise Jeff Drazen explains how his research is revising our understanding of what deep sea animals feed on.More >>
    In this episode, Lead Scientist of the Kilo Moana Research Cruise Jeff Drazen explains how his research is revising our understanding of what deep sea animals feed on.More >>
  • October 18, 2015

    S2-E14: Journallists at Sea

    S2-E14: Journallists at Sea

  • October 25, 2015

    S2-E15: Onboard the Kilo Moana

    S2-E15: Onboard the Kilo Moana

  • November 1, 2015

    S2-E15: Onboard the Falkor: Mapping the Northwest Hawaiian Islands

    S2-E15: Onboard the Falkor: Mapping the Northwest Hawaiian Islands

    In this episode we're onboard the Falkor, a high tech research vessel that's just returned from mapping the bottom of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, revealing new information about the origins of Hawaii.More >>
    In this episode we're onboard the Falkor, a high tech research vessel that's just returned from mapping the bottom of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, revealing new information about the origins of Hawaii.More >>
  • November 8, 2015

    S2-E17: Onboard the Falkor: Whale Watching

    S2-E17: Onboard the Falkor: Whale Watching

    In this episode, Kanesa tours the Flakor, the high tech research vessel exploring Hawaii's waters. We'll meet some of the crew learn about their jobs, and check out the research program studying the effect of the ship's sonar system on whale behavior.More >>
    In this episode, Kanesa tours the Flakor, the high tech research vessel exploring Hawaii's waters. We'll meet some of the crew learn about their jobs, and check out the research program studying the effect of the ship's sonar system on whale behavior.More >>
  • November 8, 2015

    S2-E18: Touring the Hokulea

    S2-E18: Touring the Hokulea

    We're onboard the Hokulea as it prepares for it's journey around the world. Navigator Kaiulani Murphy and apprentice navigator Jason Patterson talk about the challenges they'll face and why they love navigation.More >>
    We're onboard the Hokulea as it prepares for it's journey around the world. Navigator Kaiulani Murphy and apprentice navigator Jason Patterson talk about the challenges they'll face and why they love navigation.
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  • Voice of the Sea Season 1 video

    Voice of the Sea Season 1 video

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