Written by Sheila Walsh Reddy | December 11th, 2012
Scientist Sheila Walsh explores how marine species are doing in and around protected areas of the Gulf of California—and how local fishing practices might hold the answer to healthier ecosystems.
Written by Jake Cohen | November 8th, 2012
Spotted Eagle Rays, Bumphead Parrotfish, even a Tasselled Wobbegong — our team has spotted them all. Learn more about the exotic fish that call Raja Ampat home.
Written by Jake Cohen | October 19th, 2012
Scientists on the 2012 Raja Ampat coral monitoring trip are boldly experimenting with new technologies. Will their cell phones pass the “tissue” test?
Written by Jake Cohen | October 18th, 2012
After two years of designing this project, the scuba diving teams are finally on their way to survey the reefs of Raja Ampat. Sharks and fish await — join in!
Written by Darci Palmquist | November 18th, 2010
Written by Meaghan Johnson | February 4th, 2010
January’s cold snap froze some coral reefs off Florida’s coast. Conservancy marine scientist Meaghan Johnson dove to survey the damage…and tells us what it means for reef resilience.
Written by Alison Green | January 1st, 2010
Conservancy marine scientist Alison Green wraps up her three-week diving expedition to the most spectacular coral reef ecosystem on Earth.
Written by Alison Green | December 30th, 2009
Conservancy marine biologist Alison Green continues her diving expedition around the Raja Ampat Islands…and finds that ecotourism can indeed conserve coral reefs.
Written by Alison Green | December 28th, 2009
How are marine conservation agreements leading the way in protecting coral reef ecosystems in Indonesia?
Written by Alison Green | December 26th, 2009
(Editor’s note: Conservancy Senior Marine Scientist Alison Green is on an expedition to the Raja Ampat islands in Indonesia — amidst some of the most spectacular and biodiverse coral reef ecosystems in the world. Catch up on all her posts from the expedition.) This afternoon we went on an exhilarating dive at one of Southeast […]