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UN Development May 20
A big part of our plastic waste ends up in the where it harms & marine life. Help our Ocean Advocate to spread the word & this . Take steps to 👉
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Aziz J Mulla #FBPE May 19
Early spawning of Acropora in Taiwan recorded last night
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IYOR 2018 57m
It's and speaking of, did you know that are home to 25% of all marine life? Shouldn't we start doing more to protect them? Photo credit: Yen-Yi Lee via
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DiCaprio Foundation May 14
The Colombian teen fighting to protect her island's
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Maldives Underwater Initiative 2h
This we celebrate the diversity of life supported by the unique ecosystems of the Maldives.
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NOAA Coral Program May 21
Invasive threaten in the Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf of Mexico. Learn more here:
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MeiLin Neo 8h
China's most destructive boats return to - destroying and for fossilised shells 😔
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al3x 十代の汚れバッグ May 21
Y’all want recommendations for something to watch on Netflix this summer? “Chasing Coral” Educate yourself and save our oceans.
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Green Fins 16h
Find out how 's Green Fins Guide e-Course can help you protect via
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NOAA Habitat 1h
we work to wetlands, rivers, and from natural or human-induced degradation?
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Reef Smart May 17
Squid communicate using their skin. They can even “talk” to two squid at the same time – creating unique patterns on each side of their body. Our guidebooks have a species section with behaviors that can be observed in water
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climateleaf 5h
Some WA reefs have the lowest cover on record: "The longer it takes to curb emissions .. the greater the loss will be. .. provide a significant contribution to Australia’s Blue Economy, worth an estimated A$68.1B."
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Emily Knight 40m
Scientific knowledge can bring together managers and local communities to collaborate on smart solutions. The new project to map Hawai'i's aims to do just that!
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CORALine May 13
Coral bleaching occurs when the reefs get stressed causing their primary food source, a microscopic algae, to leave.
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Hannah Rempel 23h
Great talk by Dr. Michael Martinez-Colón on using on at : “Some of you are asking W-T-F? I agree with you, whats their functionality?” —> as comprehensive, low-cost on , in and other marine ecosystems!
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similani_songoro May 16
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CORALine May 15
While coral reefs are in a lot of danger, some are showing signs of recovering. The Great Barrier Reef, the largest coral reef in the world, has reabsorbed substances and is starting to recover. This is a really good step in the right direction.
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Sun5 18h
New study finds distinct microbes living next to corals
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Otto Finch May 16
An interesting before and after of reef reconstruction. Shows that we do have ways to recover!
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Asner Lab May 20
Aloha! A few shots from our field work in Kiholo Bay's crystal clear waters. We're mapping via kayaks & super high-resolution GPS (2cm absolute error) for the Marine 30x30 Project 😎 🐠
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