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Gaining a better understanding of the seas through citizen science

Twice a day, every day, Kera Mathes hops aboard a ship that sets off from Long Beach Harbor in California. As education specialist at the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific, she helps visitors aboard the ship identify the animals… Read More
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Uncharted Arctic waters: A new opportunity for exploitation, or conservation?

  When thick sheets of sea ice began melting in the Arctic waters around Svalbard, Norway, a few years ago, a new expanse of sparkling blue sea opened up. As climate change continues to drive ice melt here… Read More
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Shark Tagging Chronicles – Part III

Guest blog series by Christine O’Connell Safina Center Fellow, Debbie Abercrombie, is one of the lead shark researchers conducting groundbreaking research on the movements and behavior patterns of different shark species in an attempt to better understand and protect them…. Read More
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