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GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Alan Friedlander

This week, we are excited to shine the Global Ocean Refuge System (GLORES) Partner Spotlight on Dr. Alan Friedlander, a member of our esteemed GLORES Science Council! Over the past 35 years, Dr. Friedlander has spent more than 10,000 hours underwater—from coral reefs to the poles, and to depths of thousands of meters. He started … Continue reading GLORES Partner Spotlight: Dr. Alan Friedlander

“A Beautiful Gem in the South Pacific”: Scientists on Rose Atoll

Rose Atoll is a pink jewel on the South Pacific blue horizon. Though its emergent reefs and islands cover just around 20 acres, it carries meaning well beyond what we see: as the southernmost point in the U.S. through American Samoa, as the centerpiece of a federally-protected Marine National Monument and National Wildlife Refuge, and … Continue reading “A Beautiful Gem in the South Pacific”: Scientists on Rose Atoll