NOW That’s What I Call Music! DSN Edition

NOW DSN!

Put your tentacles up and raise the sea level. It’s finally here!

 Compiling the  Ocean’s Saltiest Hits, NOW That’s What I Call Music! DSN EDITION brings you 15 chart topping ocean science mash-ups.

From School House Rock to LMFAO, salt marshes to coral reefs, these biologists drop their science with a whole sea full of SWAG.

Check out our picks…Tell us your favorite… and get out there and make some more sweet beats. Who knows? Maybe they will make it into Volume 2…

 

 

1. “Save the Ocean” Artist: School House Rock!

2. “Overfishing” Artist: Neema Oshidary

3. “What Invert” Artist: Dr. Jeremy Long

4. “Bertness Lab Anthem” Artist: Nik Gonzales

5. “Under the Boat” Artists: Stacey Virtue, Katie Kozma, Alex Warneke

6. “Grazer” Artists: Pamela Reynolds, Paul Richardson, & the VIMS crew

7. “Me and My Shark Fin” Artist: Kool Kid Kreyola in collaboration with PangeaSeed

8. “Baby Got Reef” Artists: CKick and the Polyps

9. “Responser” Artist: Renee Dolecal

10. “Cruise, Cruise Baby” Artists: Coastal Ocean Observing Center

11. ”SciFund REMIX” Artist: Alex Warneke

12. “Sense That” Artist: Darren Fraser, Laura Williams, Laura Porturas, Stephanie Smith

13. “Chloroplasts” Artist: Levi Lewis

14. “Gaga Whale” Artist: Matt Siegle

15. “Get Your Reef On” Artist: Porites Massive

 

BONUS TRACK: “I’m a Climate Scientist” Artist: abchungrybeast

Alex Warneke (46 Posts)

Alex Warneke currently resides as a graduate student at San Diego State University. As a chemical ecologist, Alex’s research focuses on the effects of heavy metal pollutants on the chemical communication between organisms. In her “free time,” Alex enjoys convincing the public that Ecology is indeed sexy. With that goal, she is a strong proponent of unconventional science communication and extending the broader impacts of her research to the general public using the outlets of film and social media. When she is not busy busting a move in the cold room or filming her next rap video, she can normally be found frolicking through the California kelp forest.





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