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Catherine Gemmell 18h
🦀Brilliant rockpool ramble with the family today 🐟 Will be reporting no jellyfish to but we found some very exciting creatures while we were looking - my favourite quote of the day was: 'It's like looking into another planet!'
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Scott Ling Aug 15
yesterday evening - a very welcome antidote to the I’ve been feeling when diving on lately.
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Hannah Rempel Aug 23
Earlier this week I got to help monitor Acroporid spawning at a Renewal Foundation Bonaire site. Missed the action? Check out this video (and get your coral love).
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WWU Salish Sea Institute Aug 23
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Dr. Marah J. Hardt Aug 21
Tonight under starry skies the corals in St Lucia spawned en masse. The next generation, the future potential of coral reefs, tiny pink specs drifting through black waters like new stars in an empty galaxy. The corals have done their part. Time for us to do ours.
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Emily G Cunningham Aug 23
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WWU Salish Sea Institute Aug 22
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AtlantOS Aug 21
Hear hear what the community said about All Atlantic Ocean Observing at the First International AtlantOS Symposium. Powerful statements and engagement shows Join us at in Hawaii next months
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Dakhla Rovers Aug 19
91 participants, 382 bags of trash, 9.5 tons of rubbish and kids proposing to do the same in their neighborhood. What a day!! Thanks read the story here:
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Citizens of the Sea 16h
I have dived among these giant clams. Otherwordly.
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WWU Salish Sea Institute Aug 23
Looks like there will be some gorgeous designs at the Lantern Festival! Kiddos made paper lantern hats for the occasion! Check out the links below!
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Adrienne M.S. Correa Aug 23
Replying to @fgbnms
These colonies are so enormous and in such good condition, it chokes me up to see them. . The is irreplaceable, especially given reef decline in many regions over the last decades.
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The Ocean Portal Aug 23
Some Friday ! Why tiny Belize is a world leader in protecting the ocean.
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WWU Salish Sea Institute Aug 22
Learn about that lead to the by watching this video! They provide some of the most important parts of a healthy ecosystem! Thanks to the for the video!
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Citizens of the Sea Aug 21
A video that will make you smile by showing what is possible when people fight for what they want. My news to me good news for August 21
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Steven Canty Aug 21
Fieldwork in the mangroves and seagrasses of Belize with colleagues from the University of Alabama as part of a regional study. Thanks to our friends and Belize River Lodge for all their help.
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ρяιуα ѕнυкℓα Aug 21
I loved that this paper not only found portions of coral reefs that had survived marine heatwaves, but it also tried to figure out how we can protect them & other promising reefs!
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Louise Brogan Aug 21
There is research going on to try to combat this
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O~C~E~A~N Aug 20
Wonderful initiative! Great opportunity to showcase the reflections of artists, designers and thinkers on and for the .
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Anne Stewart Aug 19
at work in Australia Inspiring scientists cannot do it alone.
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