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Coastal Protection

The Great Barrier Reef’s widest coral, nicknamed Muga dhambi or “big coral” in the local indigenous language, has survived upwards of 430 years and 99+ widespread bleaching events. “ Knowing that these things [like
Scientists have forever estimated that a large sum of Earth’s primary productivity happens in the ocean. However, scattered measurements could not provide an dependable estimate for the ocean. Now, data collected by these robotic
As study conducted by 26 international organizations has published the most comprehensive assessment of highly productive and diverse marine areas to date. The report identifies and maps the areas in need of conservation. Countries
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration partnered with the Marine Institute and NUI Galway in an international effort to determine the effectiveness of satellite technology for tracking algal blooms. The technology has been used
Today is World Wetlands Day! Let’s take a moment to appreciate these hotspots of biodiversity that are so critical to our ocean and inland habitats, coastal communities and overall planetary health. What are Wetlands?

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