Misool - ReShark Final Report 2022 by Misool Foundation, Misool-Reshark-Final-Report-2022.pdf (3.1 MiB) - Progress and description of Re-Wilding facility, including the Hatchery, Grow Out Tanks... Read More →
Residency and Use of an Important Nursery Habitat, Raja Ampat's Wayag Lagoon, by Juvenile Reef Manta Rays (Mobula Alfredi) by Edy Setyawan with Mark Erdmann, Ronald Mambrasar, Abdi Hasan,... Read More →
How Big Is That Manta Ray? A Novel and Non-Invasive Method for Measuring Reef Manta Rays Using Small Drones by Edy Setyawan, Ben C. Stevenson, Muhamad Izuan, Rochelle Constantine, and Mark V.... Read More →
Fifteen years of lessons from the Seascape approach: A framework for improving ocean management at scale by Bird's Head Seascape, Murphy-et-al-2021-Fifteen-years-seascape-lessons.pdf (4.2 MiB) Read More →
Islands of Sea: The evolution, ecology and conservation of marine lake invertebrates by Diede Louise Maas, Thesis_DiedeMaas_2021.pdf (116 MiB) - A major question of ecologists and evolutionary... Read More →
Rapid coral reef assessment using 3D modelling and acoustics: acoustic indices correlate to fish abundance, diversity and environmental indicators in West Papua, Indonesia by Mica peck, Ricardo... Read More →
Zebra's Uncaged! These charismatic but virtually extirpated sharks now have a chance to repopulate their native habitat. Three years in the making with unprecedented international cooperation these sharks now swim free.
Who let the sharks out, Who Who? National Geographic was there so they know who! And today they released an online article about this precedented event. Follow the link. This is big news!