Coral Bleaching and Mortality in the Chagos Archipelago

Coral Bleaching and Mortality in the Chagos Archipelago Atoll Research Bulletin, November 2, 2017 By Charles Sheppard, Anne Sheppard, Andrew Mogg, Dan Bayley, Alexandra C. Dempsey, Ronan Roche, John Turner, Sam Purkis  Abstract The atolls and coral banks of the Chagos …

Global Reef Expedition Final Report: Fiji

The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is conducting the Global Reef Expedition – the largest coral reef survey and mapping expedition in history. The Global Reef Expedition is a five-year mission to survey the health and resiliency of coral …

Living Oceans Foundation Announces UM Rosenstiel School Partnership

Living Oceans Foundation Announces UM Rosenstiel School Partnership: New science collaboration will translate five-year Global Reef Expedition dataset into insight about the current health of the world’s oceans MIAMI—The University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science …

Yachting With an Eco-conscience

When science and superyachts come together, great things can happen. This article featured in the October 2016 issue of ShowBoats International Magazine highlights the Foundation’s use of HRH Prince Khaled bin Sultan’s Golden Fleet to further coral reef research and …

Oceanic Wonders Explored: World Heritage in the High Seas

This exceptional photo gallery featured in The Guardian online publication explores just a few of the incredible oceanic wonders that may become protected under the joint initiative between UNESCO and Living Oceans Foundation to expand World Heritage Sites to include …

UNESCO seeks to protect natural wonders in the high seas

This article in DW.com highlights how UNESCO is proposing adding sites in the high seas to the World Heritage List, a campaign sponsored by Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation. These natural wonders are in international waters. Heritage status could …

United Nations report urges expanding World Heritage sites to high seas

This article in Science Magazine highlights Living Oceans Foundation sponsored campaign with UNESCO to expand its World Heritage sites to include the high seas. United Nations report urges expanding World Heritage sites to high seas Science Magazine August 4, 2016 …

UNESCO Expands World Heritage Sites Into the Deep Ocean

This article in Yale University’s Environment 360 online digest highlights how UNESCO Expands World Heritage Sites Into the Deep Ocean to include deep-sea ecosystems of outstanding universal value. This campaign has been supported by Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, embodying our theme …