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Humpback whale, Sherry Kirkvold 
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The Return of the Humpback Whales to Canada’s West Coast
Thursday, February 10 at 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
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The number of Humpback Whales increasing on Canada’s west coast is one of our recent good news conservation stories. This has also provided more opportunities for scientists and citizen scientists alike to study these fascinating marine mammals. Sherry Kirkvold will share some of what she has learned from her naturalist work and experience as a citizen scientist. She will explain how we learn about the social lives of Humpback Whales by observing their cooperative feeding strategies, listening to the sounds and songs they compose, and by tracking their movements using tail identification. Learn more about humpbacks on Sherry's upcoming webinar, and see how you can get involved yourself!
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Epic and Nomadic in Mongolia with Julian Dierkes
Wednesday, March 2 at 4:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM ET 
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 Classical Pursuits | Worldwide Quest
Caravaggio’s Self-Portraits, Mirroring the Modern Gaze with Nella Cotrupi
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Deception Island
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Hot and Cold: A Brief Geological and Climatic History of Antarctica with Galen Halverson, a professor of geology at McGill University.
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Antarctica iceberg scenery
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No one owns Antarctica – Why does that matter? with Anita Dey Nuttall, a Polar Science and Policy Engagement Officer and on the faculty of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alberta
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Philippe Tortell Antarctica
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Ships, Satellites and Super-Computers: How We Understand the Southern Ocean with Philippe Tortell, Professor of Oceanography at UBC
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 Various Georgian food spread
Worldwide Quest and alumni UBC
Georgian Hospitality: Food, Wine, and History with Anne Gorsuch
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Japan webinar Paula Swart alumni UBC Worldwide Quest
 Worldwide Quest and alumni UBC
Inside Japan: Tradition & Modernity with Paula Swart
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