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In this series of interviews with today's news-makers, host Faith Haney of Central Washington University explores cultural anthropology and archaeology. In the second episode, taped on April 4, 2007, Faith visits with Jean-Michel Cousteau, president and founder of the Ocean Futures Society. The son of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau, Jean-Michel has dedicated his life to exploring the oceans and educating the worldwide public about the value of preserving its riches. Among the ocean resources he describes are shipwrecks around the world.

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Produced by KCWU Productions in 2007

Copyright 2007 by KCWU Productions

Central Washington University, Anthropology Department (Central Washington University)

Jean-Michel Cousteau (Ocean Futures Society)

Ocean Futures Society