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  • 2016

    Living Oceans Foundation Partners with Mission Blue for Marine Science Education Platform

    The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is partnering with Mission Blue (Syliva Earle Alliance) to bring marine science education to students around the world through our new Coral Reef Ecology Curriculum. Here is Mission Blue's announcement of the partnership.

  • 2016

    Reviving Mangrove Wetlands in the Bahamas

    This article featured in Tribune 242 highlights the Foundation's Bahamas Awareness of Mangroves (B.A.M.) program along with its phases, goals, and hopes for the future of reviving mangrove wetlands and inspiring stewardship of this vital ecosystem through out the Bahamas.

  • 2016

    Putting Preservation on the Map: Living Oceans Foundation Restoring the World’s Oceans thru Science

    This article, published in What's Up Magazine of Annapolis (Maryland), discusses the Foundation's headquarters relocation to Annapolis along with their charter and mission to preserve and restore the world's oceans through scientific research.

  • 2016

    El Niño’s warmth devastates reefs worldwide

    This article on how El Nino devastates reefs worldwide, published in Science magazine, references Living Oceans Foundation Coral Reef Ecologist Alex Dempsey and focuses on the impact to the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) which the Foundation surveyed as part of the Global Reef Expedition in 2014.

  • 2016

    Earth Matters January Puzzler: Palau's Coral Reefs

    Each month, NASA Earth Observatory's Earth Matters blog offers a puzzling satellite image for its readers to 'solve'... or weigh in on what part of the earth the satellite image depicts and why it is of interest. The January 2016 Puzzler image was of Palau's coral reefs, where the Living Oceans Foundation recently conducted a research mission as part of the Global Reef Expedition... and highlighted in the answer article below.

  • 2016

    Sharks Take a Bite

    Back in the summer of 2013, while conducting the Global Reef Expedition mission to French Polynesia, a team of cinematographers and researchers from Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation were documenting shark feeding without the use of bait or other attractants. This article in Sierra summarizes that effort along with the resulting Emmy award winning film, Sharks of the Coral Canyon.

  • 2015

    Chagos Study Shows Coral Reefs Resilient To Warming Events

    A recent Chagos study shows that substantial reef recovery is possible after massive climate-driven disturbances. This article by Climate Progress cites Living Oceans Foundation's recent Global Reef Expedition mission to Chagos relative to the study and their significance with respect to recent climate trends.