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The Bird's Head Seascape, a rich repository of the world’s most diverse marine life, rare birds, mammals, insects and plants, comprises 183,000 sq km, encompassing over 100 villages in West Papua, Indonesia.
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Misool Eco Resort Announces New Funding Model

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Misool Announces New Funding Model View this email in your browser Misool Eco Resort to Donate US $50 for Each Guest to Conservation  As of January 2017, Misool Eco Resort will Donate US $50 to its Marine Conservation Foundation for Each Guest to visit the Resort 12 January 2017, Raja Ampat, Indonesia – Misool Eco Resort, a world-class resort and conservation centre in Raja Ampat, Indonesia,...
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Misool Eco Resort’s BASEFTIN News

Misool Eco Resort’s Marine Conservation Foundation’s BASEFTIN Newsletter Discover Misool’s Rangers – who they are, what they do and why their work is more important than ever before  Read the latest news from Misool – whales, awards and much more  Learn about Indonesia’s powerful ocean life force in ‘Folklore, Facts and Fantasy: The Indonesian...
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Review of the bamboo shark genus Hemiscyllium (Orectolobiformes: Hemiscyllidae) by Allen, Erdmann, White, Fahmi, Dudgeon

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Review of the bamboo shark genus Hemiscyllium (Orectolobiformes: Hemiscyllidae) by Allen, Erdmann, White, Fahmi, Dudgeon Reprinted with permission by the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation. The bamboo sharks, genus Hemiscyllium, comprises a group of nine species mainly restricted to New Guinea and northern Australia, including islands, reefs, and shoals separated from mainland areas by...
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“Uncommon Leadership in Transitional Times” – Third BLUE OCEAN SUMMIT Begins

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“Uncommon Leadership in Transitional Times” – Third BLUE OCEAN SUMMIT Begins   Don’t miss this week long event, Dec. 5-9.  Blue Ocean Summit celebrates it’s third year by bringing together top thinkers and advocates for the scientific, conservation, and dive communities to share their candid perspectives and insights about the future – and what we need to...
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“Rangers of the Reef” by Brady Valashinas

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In late 2005, Misool Eco Resort and the surrounding communities created the first of two No Take Zones in Raja to an increase in destructive fishing practices. Together, the assembled and trained a local group to enforce these newly protected waters. Ten years late they continue their patrol.  Join Brady and this group of dedicated local rangers as they work to protect the world’s most...
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