Great Metrics and Insights Featured in the New BCSS Brochure

This month marks an exciting step for BCSS, as they launch a new brochure, showcasing over six years of dedicated work in and around the iconic Bazaruto seascape spanning 1,430 square kilometres across five islands. These waters are home to high species diversity, and BCSS made its mission to support the environmental management of this critical habitat.
Through rigorous monitoring over time and space across various marine ecosystems, BCSS aims to understand and mitigate climate change, pollution, and overfishing impacts. Our in-house research employs monitoring platforms measuring biogeochemical variables on selected ecosystems, following internationally recognized research techniques. The brochure reflects this considerable breadth of scientific methodology and uses a wealth of examples to demonstrate how data is being collated and visualized.
Key highlights of the brochure include:
  • Four research themes with continuous sampling;
  • Five years of monitoring data displaying recorded wildlife per taxa, with conservation status indicators;
  • Number of samples collected to date;
  • Visualised data and insights into the marine debris project;
  • Testimonies from our scientific training programmes participants; and
  • Details on our research logistics facilities;
Aiming to support achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, in its brochure BCSS details the continuous assessment and monitoring efforts, including carbon footprint reduction strategies, community engagement and social impact, permaculture and self-sufficiency principles that we deploy throughout our operations.
Access the brochure here .

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