Oh no, it’s already my last Treibholz podcast episode this year! We are looking at ice cubes frozen from fresh and salt water, and are having a lot of fun, as always when we do #KitchenOceanography! Thanks for having me, Ronja & Maxie!
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Treibholz podcast, my third episode in 2020
Another episode of the Treibholz podcast (in german) with Ronja, Maxie and myself! We are doing Elin’s favourite experiment (ok, mine too), looking at ice cubes melting in fresh water and salt water. What can we learn from that about the ocean? #KitchenOceanography
Treibholz podcast, my second episode in 2020
On today’s Treibholz podcast (in german), Maxie, Ronja and I are playing with #KitchenOceanography again: this time double-diffusive mixing, specifically salt fingering. We had a lot of fun and discovered a lot about experiments and how they seldomly show what one expected ;)
Treibholz Podcast, my first episode in 2020
Check out today’s episode of Treibholz Podcast, where Maxie, Ronja and I talk about the oceanic overturning circulation and #KitchenOceanography (in german), while each of us is doing a similar experiment in her own home. Is podcasting a good format to convey what’s going on with our water, ice and dye? We’ll know soon! :D
Cool podcast about oceanography! Also useful if you were looking to improve your German! ;-)
Just in case you have not listened to Ronja and Maxie’s podcast Treibholz yet, you definitely should! Ronja and Maxie are learning about oceanography and taking everyone along with them. Educational and entertaining to listen to!
And then I also got to be part of it last year, which was great fun! Check out the episodes that include interviews with me:
- In the first one (actually their episode 15), we talk about what made me want to study oceanography, what drives the gulf stream, the importance of eddies in the ocean, and a lot more.
- In the second one, we talk about my favourite topic: Double-diffusive mixing!
And then there are three advent specials, each approximately 10 minutes long, talking about being at sea on research cruises (1. Advent on why it’s awesome to be at sea, 2. Advent on what is being measured on oceanographic cruises, 3. Advent on what it’s like at sea).
And now I am eagerly awaiting the new and exciting stuff that will happen on Treibholz in 2019, looking forward to listening to more oceanography with Maxie and Ronja!
Dipping my toes into podcasting: “Treibholz” with Maxie and Ronja!
Last month I got the super exciting opportunity to participate in a podcast! Maxie and Ronja are running the oceanography podcast Treibholz (“driftwood”) and I got to be in it! Very exciting for someone who tends to speak extremely fast and prefers writing over public speaking. But I had a great experience, Maxie and Ronja and their producer Freerk made me feel super welcome and at ease, and chatting to them was so much fun!
Since Ronja and Maxie had tons of questions, and I don’t stop talking once I’ve started, we ended up with two full episodes as well as some “advent specials”.
In the first episode, we talk about what made me want to study oceanography, what drives the gulf stream, the importance of eddies in the ocean, and a lot more. Listen to it here (in German).
In the second episode, we talk about my favourite topic: Double-diffusive mixing! This episode isn’t online yet, but I will let you know once it is!
And then there are the advent specials, each approximately 10 minutes long, talking about being at sea on research cruises (1. Advent on why it’s awesome to be at sea, 2. Advent on what is being measured on oceanographic cruises, 3. Advent on what it’s like at sea). I’m not actually sure what else I talked about, but there is probably a fourth one coming!
Maxie and Ronja were such amazing hosts, not only being super well prepared for the interview in terms of what questions they had, but making sure there were food and drinks available and giving me a cute gift: a bag decorated with their new merchandise! They have these super cool postcards, asking “Do you like the sea?”. Well yes, I do! :-)