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A predictably uncertain future for Antarctic seas – PART I

What follows is Part I of a three-part blog written by Safina Center Fellow John Weller on conservation issues in Antarctica’s Ross Sea. Weller and his colleague, Safina Center Fellow Shawn Heinrichs, are now creating several films based on what they’ve… Read More
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From Miami to Australia—Dredging and industrial activities killing coral reefs

  In the Port of Miami, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ recent dredging project has buried as much as 81 percent of the area’s reef in silty sediment with up to 95 percent of the reef area surveyed… Read More
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NOAA Animal Husbandry and Public Education Internship: Woods Hole Science Aquarium

By Jessica Perelman Through the generous support of The Safina Center, I have just begun my summer as an animal husbandry and public education intern at the Woods Hole Science Aquarium (WHSA). I am a 2016 graduate of the University of Southern California with… Read More
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