Study explores the use of robots and artificial intelligence to understand the deep-sea

Artificial intelligence (AI) could help scientists shed new light on the variety of species living on the ocean floor, according to new research led by…

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Sharks more vulnerable than originally thought, new research shows

Total number of sharks and rays caught annually by small-scale fisheries in the South West Indian Ocean is estimated to be 2,500,000 individuals – 73%…

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Rethinking conservation efforts for improved biodiversity

A study published online by the journal Science, looked into why the global commitment towards the expansion of protected areas has not delivered the expected…

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New marine protected area established in the Batangas Province of the Philippines

IMAGE: Maricaban Island in the Batangas Province of the Philippines is home to a mature, healthy, and resilient coral reef ecosystem. view more  Credit: © Joseph…

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Giant singers from neighboring oceans share song parts over time

IMAGE: This is a breaching humpback whale in the waters off Gabon in Western Equatorial Africa. view more  Credit: ©Tim Collins/Wildlife Conservation Society Singing humpback whales…

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Researchers explore genetics of California mountain lions to inform future conservation

Fragmentation of wildlife populations is increasing on a global scale, and understanding current genetic structure, genetic diversity and genetic connectivity is key to informing future…

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Australian study into how seals react to boats prompts new ecotourism regulations

Unable to differentiate between a predator and a tourist boat carrying humans curious to view a colony of seals while resting in their natural habitat,…

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The impacts of whale shark mass tourism on the coral reefs in the Philippines

IMAGE: Whale shark getting fed in Tan-awan, Oslob over the shallow reef. view more  Credit: @LAMAVE The collaborative research among The University of Hong Kong (HKU),…

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Research calls for new approach to tropical marine conservation

In an article in Current Biology, Dr Richard Unsworth from the University’s College of Science, has revealed that people are relying on coral reefs less…

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