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Ocean Health

Saildrone and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have partnered to put 5 hurricane drones into the Atlantic Ocean where hurricanes frequent with the hopes of gathering data to better forecast dangerous storms. On September
A team of biologists from NOAA are following 73 Southern Resident killer whales off the coast of Washington state to observe the animals’ health data in real time. This approach combines objective and subjective
The Nature Conservatory has created and recently released a new mapping tool to display the impacts of offshore wind turbines on marine life along the East Coast. This announcement comes as “President Biden aims
This week, over 100 countries publicly committed to protecting 30% of the ocean by 2030 at the United Nations event, Transformative Action for Nature and People. The international alignment around the “30 by 30″ conservation goal
The deep-sea habitat is of immense importance for ocean health, marine biodiversity, and the planet’s biogeochemical cycles. However, its species biodiversity is largely undocumented and poorly understood. Geo-biologists off the coast of New Zealand

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