KSLOF NewsletterWant to know about our latest science and research? Or get real time updates from our science team on some of the most remote atolls on earth? Or perhaps discover new tools available for marine educators?

The best way to stay connected with our work is to sign up to receive email updates. There are three different ways to do this:

The Foundation issues a quarterly newsletter that highlights our latest photo, albums, research papers, specially written articles, as well as some expedition blogs and upcoming events. This is our catch-all publication and a great way to stay up to date with all the work of the Foundation.

Expedition Blogs
If you don’t want to miss a cool story or adventure from the field our expedition blogs will keep you up to date. These are diary style and come directly from the field about twice a week during a research mission. They contain images, stories, and information about what the science and education team are seeing and experiencing. During our global Reef Expedition we’ve sent email blogs from uninhabited atolls in the Indian Ocean, the Iconic Great Barrier Reef in Australia, and far flung islands in the Pacific Ocean. Through these blogs you can experience our research missions without actually going.

Education Updates
Be the first to know about the latest materials available in our Coral Reef Education Portal by registering to receive periodic updates from our Education Team. Designed for teachers (but also appropriate for students and life-long learners). You’ll be notified about upcoming teacher trainings, events, student competitions, and when new units launch on our Education Portal. Don’t worry, we know what it’s like to be a teacher, and promise not to overwhelm you with emails.

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Archived Newsletters

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Diving into Data

Living Oceans Foundation Education Programs

A New Year, A New Focus on Impact

Palau, Chagos, and Annapolis

The Intersection of Art & Science 

The Galapagos: New Views and New Science from the Iconic Islands

Aliens in the Pacific and Great Barrier Reef Photos

Red Coral in Danger, the Spectacular Cook Islands, and Coral Killers!