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Fieldwork in the Maldives: a Research Assistant's perspective

Gabby Perna, a research assistant in Nick Kamenos’ lab at the University of Glasgow gives us her unique perspective on what it was like being part of our recent field campaign to the Maldives: 321 more words

Benthic Habitats

BREEF hires new environmental educator with a grant from The Moore Bahamas Foundation

“The Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) announced April 23 a grant from The Moore Bahamas Foundation (MBF) to hire Ms Chantal Curtis as its new Environmental Educator. 725 more words


Fish: The Answer to Restoring Damaged Coral Reefs

Millions of people visit coral reefs each year and expect to find themselves submerged within one of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet. These aquatic adventurers are rarely disappointed, until recently as damaged coral reefs are becoming more prevalent. 314 more words

Love Nest

He was in love.

She was coming to dinner tonight. He had rehearsed many times his proposal, a promise of love and a shared life. She arrived late: A wave of perfume capable of melting his heart. 215 more words


scuba diving in the great barrier reef

There’s that one moment when you’re in the water, halfway between the surface and the ocean floor, where time feels like it has stopped. A million different thoughts rush through your mind, like – what if I run out of air? 407 more words


Crown-of-thorns starfish

spineless obliterate
yet, ecological keystone
allegro agitato

everyone in Townsville studies corals

Once upon a time there was a starfish. She was a rather beastly organism with over a dozen arms… 279 more words

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