Science Without Borders®

Science Without Borders®

Science Without Borders® is the overarching theme of the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation. It provides financial sponsorship of marine conservation programs and scientific research around the globe, and raises awareness of the need to preserve, protect and restore the world's oceans and aquatic resources.

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    • Our Coral Reef Ecology Curriculum is a great resource for students and teachers. Filled with lesson plans, videos, and interactive learning exercises, our education portal engages and inspires students to learn about coral reefs and to become stewards of this vital ecosystem.

    • We have announced the winners of our 2019 Science Without Borders® Challenge! Lesya Antoshkina from Ukraine is the winner of the high school category for her stunning artwork “The Bike We Ride,” which beat out fierce competition to take first place. The winner in the middle school category is Zeno Park from New Jersey, who at only 12 years old created the winning entry “The Place Where Fish are Free to Roam.” This international art competition is open to middle and high school students 11-19 years old, and we hope you consider applying next year!

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    In this episode of the #GlobalReefExpedition, the Living Oceans Foundation team spends a month on the #GreatBarrierReef, the largest reef in the world. ⠀

    Onboard, Dr. Will Robbins (Wildlife Marine) studies #sharks and how they keep the reef healthy.

    Visit our website to watch the full episode: https://www.livingoceansfoundation.org/outreach/films/global-reef-expedition-tv-series/
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    To celebrate World Water Monitoring Day, the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is helping students in Jamaica monitor the water quality in their local mangrove forest.

    As part of our #JAMIN program (Jamaican Awareness of Mangroves in Nature), students learn how to manage and monitor the health of their local mangrove forest. We have partnered with EarthEcho International to allow the students to participate in a citizen-science project, the EarthEcho Water Challenge, where they test the water quality in the mangrove forest and upload it to a global database.

    The EarthEcho Water Challenge builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local waterbodies. So far, over one million people in 147 countries have participated, helping to protect the water resources we depend on every day. If you or your students would like to participate in the project, you can sign up here: www.monitorwater.org.

    #MonitorWater #WorldWaterMonitoringDay
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    Posted 5 days ago  ·  

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