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June 21, 2023
WIOMSA has launched a new programme called “Sustainable Blue Future in the Western Indian Ocean – Institutional Strengthening through Science, Capacity, and Assimilation for a Sustainable Blue Future – SCALABLE” (2023-2026). The programme aims to strengthen the WIO science-policy interface and increase the impact of the WIOMSA’s Marine Science for Management (MASMA) programme to support...
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This year the 32nd IOC Assembly is open to the public during the traditional Ocean Science Day organised on 22 June to discuss current challenges in ocean science. The two main items of Ocean Science Day will be a discussion of opportunities and challenges for adaptation and mitigation to ocean change, preceded by a session highlighting the...
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As a part of the Marine Science Department of the IPB University, the Lancaster Environment Centre, the MARBEC laboratory, and the National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia,  are conducting a survey to analyze human perspectives on the beauty of coral reefs.  They need your valuable input to advance our research on the aesthetic value...
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The Allen Coral Atlas team is super excited to release an incredible new feature. Atlas users can now sign up for bleaching alerts in their favorite coral reef areas! This is timely as we’re in the development of El Niño, which calls for a high probability of coral bleaching worldwide. Here’s how it works: every...
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