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Cameras for Conservation Capture 1,000,000 Photos

Jaguagr caigt on camera, Conservation International
If one photo is worth a thousand words, what are one million photos worth? Ecologists, working as part of the Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring (TEAM) Network, are beginning to get a clear answer to that question, through the
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Northern Mozambique Channel may be Home to the Second Most Diverse Coral Populations on the Planet

Baie D'Ambodi-Vahibe (west-inner), a site on the CI Marine RAP (Rapid Assessment Program) expedition to northeast Madagascar
Researchers announced this month that the results of a decade-long study show that the northern Mozambique Channel has the highest diversity of corals in the central, northern and western Indian Ocean. The researchers found that of 369 coral species
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Index Measures Global Health of the Oceans

A diver swims with a whale shark in Indonesia’s Cendrawasih Bay
The ocean touches nearly every aspect of our lives – making it essential to the economic, social, and ecological well-being of everyone, everywhere. But how do we measure the health of the ocean? The Ocean Health Index is a new,
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