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Juliet Forrest Nov 25
More coral on its way
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Reef Function Hub Nov 26
Happy Friday! Let’s play a game. In we use some weird tools, some right from the hardware store (Cable Ties! Electric Tape! Garden Wire!). But sometimes we get a little bit fancy. Have a guess what we use these items for…⬇️ A thread (1/14)
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Nov 27
This week's featured Our Ocean in Focus winner won the adult category! Entitled a "Fishy Courtship," the picture captures two bluetail in courtship and was taken under moonlight by researcher & photographer,
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Jodie Rummer Nov 26
Super keen to be involved with next week... I'm in much need of "vitamin sea" & really excited to talk with our community!
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Juliet Forrest Nov 25
Sneak peek of a couple of coral reef seahorses- needs another layer of paint but already looking lovely!
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Marji Puotinen Nov 29
Never in my wildest dreams have I imagined a could live for 80 years!! More cool science from 🐠
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Red List-Ecosystem Nov 24
A new digital platform to help dive professionals protect was considered a potentially transformative approach to conserve biodiversity. Therefore, it was shortlisted as a finalist in the 2020 Con X Tech Prize. 👉
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Yvonne Rémond Murphy Nov 26
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Adrian Stier Nov 30
and even some of our work with and showing how asymmetry in pred-prey dispersal can drive widespread differences in biodiversity and food web structure for fishes in the Pacific
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NOAA Coral Program Nov 27
Happy Friday! We’re thankful for beautiful ecosystems and the diverse array of marine life that live in reef habitats.
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US EPA Research Dec 1
Meet Dr. Jordan West, an ecologist who studies impacts of environmental change on coral reefs. Her interest in research blossomed during her graduate studies at Cornell University. Read more:
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Jo Khan Nov 25
Join me and on as we travel through the coral reef cityscape to find the microscopic world that could hold a key to its protection
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Editartz Dec 1
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Simplicity Aquatics Nov 24
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Reach Primary Learning Centre Nov 30
Learning direction on our road mat!
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ICRI Secretariat Nov 30
Teachers can access free lesson plans, interactive exercises, videos, quizzes, and other eLearning resources as part of the Coral Reef Ecology Curriculum on the Education Portal
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NOAA Coastal Oceans Nov 30
Replying to @FloridaKeysNMS
Recently, the NCCOS habitat mapping team headed to Florida to map and characterize the ecosystem of the Tortugas South Ecological Reserve and . These maps will help identify sensitive reef habitats and aid in coral management.
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Confetti Candle Co Nov 24
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Conservation Diver Dec 1
Talk about growth! This is what 9 years of growth can look like 😍 Get in touch if you'd like to join one of our centres next year!
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Collette Kinley Nov 26
Slow progress! I have no idea how the finished piece will look. That's part of the trepidation.
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