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Explorers at sea: Pulley Ridge and Tortugas research cruise (Part Two)

A Guest Blog by Sandra Brooke

First discovered in the 1950’s but only recently explored, Pulley Ridge is an underwater dreamland about 100 miles off the Southwest coast of Florida. Marine Conservation Institute became interested in this series of drowned islands with the deepest known photosynthetic coral in US waters when we did our Gulf Gems report on the most biologically … Continue reading Explorers at sea: Pulley Ridge and Tortugas research cruise (Part Two)

Explorers at sea: Pulley Ridge and Tortugas research cruise

A Guest Blog by Sandra Brooke

First discovered in the 1950’s but only recently explored, Pulley Ridge is an underwater dreamland about 100 miles off the Southwest coast of Florida. Marine Conservation Institute became interested in this series of drowned islands with the deepest known photosynthetic coral in US waters when we did our Gulf Gems report on the most biologically … Continue reading Explorers at sea: Pulley Ridge and Tortugas research cruise

Marine Conservation Institute Celebrates The Career Of Dr. Elliott Norse

Organization's Founder Who Shaped Marine Conservation

[Seattle, Washington – May 6, 2016] Today, Marine Conservation Institute celebrates the retirement and remarkable career of Dr. Elliott A. Norse, founder of Marine Conservation Institute. After 37+ years of shaping the science and policy of conservation, Dr. Norse will continue as a member of the Board of Directors supporting and guiding Marine Conservation Institute’s … Continue reading Marine Conservation Institute Celebrates The Career Of Dr. Elliott Norse

Where are they now?

Previous Marine Conservation Institute Fellow Ximena Escovar-Fadul Is Making Big Waves!

Marine Conservation Institute is dedicated to securing permanent, strong protection for the oceans’ most important places by using the latest science to identify important marine ecosystems around the world, identifying key threats to areas in the sea and building workable solutions for those areas. Our fellows work alongside our dedicated scientists, policy analysts and conservation advocates … Continue reading Where are they now?

Holland America Line Continues to Support Marine Protected Areas Through Partnership with Marine Conservation Institute

The second year of shipboard and shoreside programming adds new MPAs

           Seattle, Wash., Jan 5, 2016 – As part of its “Our Marvelous Oceans” partnership with Marine Conservation Institute, Holland America Line is moving into the second year of featuring programming that highlights and educates guests and crew about marine protected areas around the world. Developed with the team at Marine … Continue reading Holland America Line Continues to Support Marine Protected Areas Through Partnership with Marine Conservation Institute

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 12!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 12!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 11!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 11!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 10!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 10!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 9!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 9!

12 Days of Fishmas, Day 8!

Celebrating the epic marine protection progress of 2015

Marine Conservation Institute has a lot to celebrate this holiday season as 2015 comes to a close. This year saw more area of the planet protected than any other time in history.  In 2015,  implemented marine protection increased by nearly 300,000 square kilometers and proposed marine protection increased by about 2.4 million square kilometers. In … Continue reading 12 Days of Fishmas, Day 8!