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Ellie Moore

Ellie Moore

Ellie is a recent Biological Sciences Graduate from the University of Exeter, UK with a passion for marine conservation and environmental innovation. Her favorite topics to explore include the changing ocean soundscape, coral reef conservation and the Blue Economy. Ellie is a firm believer in the powerful effect the ocean can have over our mental health and wellbeing. In her spare time you can find her playing field hockey, cooking for friends and family or reading.
Working at the carwash was “kinda hard”, but “always cool” according to Rose Royce in the 80s and the ocean fish wash is certainly no different! If you look closely amidst the hustle and
To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we’d like to take a moment to honor and shine a light on the wave-making women in the ocean space. From the deepest
You may have heard of the iconic duos Sherlock & Watson, Bonnie & Clyde or Batman and Robin. But have you ever heard about the dynamic duos found throughout our ocean? Many marine species
Are coral reefs the underwater pharmacies of the 21st century? Many leading oceanographers, researchers and scientists believe so. In just about every corner of a coral reef, miraculous pharmaceuticals can be discovered. In fact,
Have you ever heard the cacophony of sounds that encompass coral reefs or marine environments? If you listen closely, you may hear the grunting of a soldierfish, the crackle of snapping shrimp or perhaps

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