The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
February 2019

New study uses machine learning to understand coral reef tipping points

A new study, published this week in the Proceedings of the Royal Society - Biological Sciences, uses machine learning to examine interactions between human and environmental conditions impacting Hawaiian reef ecosystems.
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June 22, 2011

Teeming With Life, Pacific's California Current Likened to Africa's Serengeti Plain

News Source: Science Daily.  Two huge expanses of the North Pacific Ocean are major corridors of life, attracting an array of marine predators in predictable seasonal patterns, according to final results from the Census of Marine Life Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP) project.

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June 22, 2011

Oceans Imperiled But Still Teeming

News Source: The New York Times.  A decade-long effort using radio tags to track ocean-roaming species has paid off by revealing the still bountiful heart of a Serengeti-style ecosystem spanning great swathes of the Pacific.

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June 22, 2011

Predators Migrate En Masse to Pacific Hotspots

News Source: CBC.com.  Huge numbers of sharks, seals, turtles, whales and other ocean predators converge on two regions of B.C.'s coast at certain times of year, an animal tracking study shows.

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June 22, 2011

Serengeti of the Sea: Ocean Predator Study Reveals Surprises

News Source: LiveScience.com.  In the largest study of its kind, scientists affixed tracking tags the ocean's top predators and spied on their whereabouts over the course of 10 years.

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Welcome to the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) E-newsletter—a quarterly publication to keep our partners, colleagues and friends informed of our work.
 

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