Join Us for a Special Lecture with Famed Oceanographer, Dr. Slyvia Earle!

The National Aquarium is proud to partner with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF) to offer a glimpse into contemporary ocean issues in the 2014 Marjorie Lynn Bank Lecture Series, beginning with oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle!

Dr. Sylvia Earle

The year-long speaker series will highlight the diverse network of the National Marine Sanctuary System and will give guests the opportunity to learn from ocean experts who are working on the front line of ocean conservation and exploration including luminaries, scientists, explorers and artists.

Earle, an American oceanographer, explorer, author and lecturer, kicks off our Spring series with her session, “Hope: A Plan for Our Ocean” on February 27th. During the lecture, Earle will share her experiences exploring “inner-space” to rally support for hope spots, which she describes as special places around the world that are critical to the health of the ocean.

Earle has been a National Geographic explorer-in-residence since 1998, and was named Time magazine’s first “Hero for the Planet” in 1998. Her recently-released film, Mission Blue, traces her journey from her earliest memories exploring the ocean to her days leading a daring undersea mission. Check out this special clip of Mission Blue: 

Tickets for Earle’s lecture are available for purchase here (admission is $20 for National Aquarium members and $35 for non-members). The entire presentation will also be streamed live at aqua.org/lectures.

We hope you’ll join us for the special kick-off of our Marjorie Lynn Banks Lecture Series! 

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