Written by Joanne Wilson | November 28th, 2011
Learn how ecotourism is behind one of the most important marine conservation achievements in Indonesia.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 27th, 2011
Raja Ampat is home to more than 550 species of coral. It’s a wonder to behold — but a hassle to catalog. Learn how the team is tackling a Herculean task.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 23rd, 2011
Meet the expedition’s Community Monitoring Assistants, learn about their past careers and join the search for underwater invertebrates.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 22nd, 2011
The expedition team has been encountering some exotic species. Join them as they examine a gigantic fish ball!
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 21st, 2011
Reef resilience is a key concept behind the expedition’s goals in Raja Ampat. Learn why it’s reshaping the way we protect coral around the world.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 18th, 2011
Wake up with the expedition team to calm, clear waters surrounded by jaw-dropping mountains. It’s time to go diving and monitor some reefs!
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 17th, 2011
Before the team can dive they need to do things like tie pencils to slates and guess the length of plastic fish. Find out why these mundane tasks are so important.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 16th, 2011
As the expedition begins, Sangeeta Mangubhai reflects on some of the major issues facing the team and lessons learned from 4 years working in Raja Ampat.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 15th, 2011
We’re leading an expedition to what may be the richest marine environment on Earth, home to over 1,400 species of fish and over 550 species of coral. Find out why we’re going.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 7th, 2011
From November 15-30, Conservancy scientists Dr. Sangeeta Mangubhai and Dr. Joanne Wilson are conducting a monitoring expedition to Raja Ampat. Join the expedition.