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Coral Guardian 2h
We are delighted to present our exhibition CORAIL at ! Visitors are immersed in the fragile world of , highlighting the harmony between humans & nature, with a message that is both urgent & full of hope! The exhibition is available until January 2021 📅
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Reef-World 2h
“While irresponsible tourism can pose a threat to corals, well-managed can provide many benefits, including economic opportunities for local communities that rely on ” via
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Glowing Glowing Gone 3h
Sharks keep in balance. Yet they face major threats from , fishing bycatch, , and coastal development...Let's save these apex predators by protecting and reefs. ⁠ 📷 / Coral Reef Image Bank⁠
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Marine Education Initiative Jul 13
Coral Reefs are the most inhabited ecosystems in the ocean. Coral is home to 25% of all marine animals. Coral bleaching is a reoccurring phenomena, leaving millions of animals without homes. By recycling and not littering we can save the wildlife and the coral reefs.
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The Commonwealth Jul 9
Read the latest Blue Charter case study on the Master Reef Guides programme. This programme is contributing to the management and conservation objectives of the Great Barrier Reef in 🇦🇺: 🌊 |
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Perry Institute for Marine Science (PIMS) Jul 13
Welcome back to ! 🌊 The is featuring a small marine snail commonly known as the flamingo 🦩 tongue (Cyphoma gibossum). They can grow between 2 to 3 cm and are commonly found on in the Caribbean and tropical western Atlantic.
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CCell Jul 15
Similar to , , and all play a key role in the protection of coastlines. They do so by taking the energy out of waves, dissipating its erosive power before it wears away the shoreline. Discover
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ECO Magazine 1h
Could fish social networks help us save ? Have a look at this brilliant video by who spies on fish to explore how they behave and affect their ecosystems:
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11th Hour Racing Jul 14
The documentary turns 3️⃣ today! 🎂 Join divers, photographers, and scientists on a mission discover why around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. 🎥 📸 |
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Ole Brodnicke Jul 15
Next years big event!! See ya’ll there!
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Coral Reef Art and Info Jul 15
Later today I'll post the facts with the article links. So, if you're interested in and , please think about giving this account a follow. Thanks!
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The Commonwealth 59m
The Secretariat has joint forces with to help member countries manage their spaces This new tool will help countries map, monitor and manage , using satellite data provided through an interactive coral reef map 🌊
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ECO Magazine Jul 13
It's ! These incredible ecosystems support more species than any other marine environment! Immerse yourself in the world of with our special issue where we review the status of these irreplaceable ecosystems:
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NOAA Coral Program Jul 14
We’ve been working to conserve for 20 years. How do we do it? Find the answer in our new 20th anniversary video!
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SERDP & ESTCP 23h
To minimize impact on from DoD operations, Dr. Jessica Carilli with is translocating larger proportions of reef diversity and providing new habitats with improved physical conditions under this new SERDP project:
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Lukas VF Novak 4h
With no work in lockdown, tour operators helped find coral bleaching on Western Australia's remote reefs Significant at one of Western Australia's healthiest was found during a survey carried out in April and May.
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nerdniteoki Jul 13
Tetrapods are not cute. They destroy marine habitat and prevent corals from growing. Check out the latest research from TWO Nerd Nite Okinawa speakers and Giovanni Diego Masucci:
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PRiMO 18h
While hasn’t been easy on ’s economy, it’s been doing wonders for fish, , and
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Roberta Mason Jul 14
Happy !! 😍 Sponges Play Vital Role in Coral Reef Ecosystems.(extract from Marine Science Today) thrive in clear, nutrient-free waters. ... Sponges () take organic matter…
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ELI Ocean Program Jul 15
Genome decoding has allowed researchers from to trace the evolutionary lineage of destructive crown-of-thorn to predict future outbreaks and protect the that the starfish eat.
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