Research published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation employs a new approach of combining two-dimensional and three-dimensional remotely sensed seascape models to more accurately identify complex reef structure, and the populations of fish living within them.
On April 17, hear more about balancing and democratizing marine fisheries from Tim McClanahan, a Senior Conservation Zoologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Join us on Tuesday, April 9 at Hopkins Marine Station to listen to Roz Naylor, Senior Fellow and Founding Director of Stanford’s Center on Food Security and the Environment, discuss the interplay between terrestrial and marine food systems, highlighting the rising role of aquaculture in helping to meet the nutritional demands of 9-10 billion people by 2050.
Leading ocean science and engineering institutions are joining forces to create Ocean Visions, a scientist-driven ocean conservation venture aimed to foster collaboration between top researchers, conservationists and entrepreneurs committed to solving some of the biggest challenges facing ocean health.
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