Whale Graveyard
Whale Graveyard
On a remote peninsula in Chile, over three hundred sei whales beached themselves. An expedition is setting off to recover some of the bones

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On Monday, February 6, 2017, around 1:30 a.m. CST, a sonic boom shook residents of the Midwest as a bright green fireball streaked through the night sky. The sound was that of a meteor, nearly the size of a minivan, entering our atmosphere. After its fall to Earth, radar spotted the end of its journey over Lake Michigan, approximately 10 miles off the coast of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Teen explorers from Chicago, led by scientists from the Adler Planetarium's Far Horizons program, The Shedd Aquarium, and The Field Museum, team up to take on this Underwater ROV Meteorite Hunt. Interested explorers wanted!
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A global expedition to find, study, and protect the world's largest and rarest fish before they disappear forever.
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We're on a mission to unveil the secret world of feather stars, from shallow to mesophotic depths, micro-world to voracious predators that feast on them. Enjoy the adventure!
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The Galapagos archipelago is one of the planet’s last wild and incredible places. Join us as we explore the islands and connect with wildlife, all while seeking solutions to local and global plastic pollution.
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On board our Research Sailboat we are travelling throughout the Mediterranean documenting and reporting the influx of new invasive species from the Red Sea. Meaning Lionfish, pufferfish, rabbitfish and many more
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22 students from the University of Vienna and Chiang Mai University, in partnership with Raks Thai Foundation, head to Chiang Mai province for three weeks of co-creation and fieldwork on the linkages between rural change and migration.
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Ilha do Marajó, Soure, Pará, Brazil, Jan 20 2019 to May 3 2019
The Mangrove Killifish
The main goal of this expedition is to disentangling the distribution of the mangrove amphibious killifish, amazing and tiny estuarine fish that live in magrove forest pools. Our focus now is in the mouth of the Amazon river.

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We have organised an art meets science exhibition in La Paz, Mexico in August 2019 Part of the exhibition provides information to the citizens about what cephalopods are and what we can do to help discover their secrets We have also created infographics in English, and as importantly, Spanish that can help advertise our citizen science project and provide valuable information about what we do and how citizens can help. The infographics were created by Nefer and Paola
In conjunction with a cephalopod, citizen science SEE supported initiative (https://openexplorer.nationalgeographic.com/expedition/cephalopodcitsci) we have organised an art meets science exhibition in La Paz, Mexico in August 2019Part of the exhibition provides information to the citizens about what cephalopods are and what we can do to help discover their secrets We have also created infographics in English, and as importantly, Spanish that can help advertise our citizen science project and provide valuable information about what we do and how citizens can help. The infographics were created by Nefer and Paola En conjunto con una iniciativa apoyada por la ciencia ciudadana cefalópoda SEE (https://openexplorer.nationalgeographic.com/expedition/cephalopodcitsci) hemos organizado una exposición de arte en La Paz, México en agosto de 2019 Parte de la exposición proporciona información a los ciudadanos sobre qué son los cefalópodos y qué podemos hacer para ayudar a descubrir sus secretos También hemos creado infografías en inglés, y lo que es más importante, en español que pueden ayudar a anunciar nuestro proyecto de ciencia ciudadana y proporcionar información valiosa sobre lo que hacemos y cómo los ciudadanos pueden ayudar. Las infografías fueron creadas por Nefer y Paola
Very proud to have played a role in this event. Over 400 corals were collected and transferred over from Dry Tortugas National Park to UM's aquaculture facility for safekeeping as disease rolls down the Caribbean. Read more about it here! https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/environment/article232326102.html?fbclid=IwAR15xw1Arro272ibVbbuxSoaNDLoUn3hUJ0FG1n8NMBUUghnvg4LLZBtKE https://miami.cbslocal.com/2019/07/05/corals-collected-off-key-west-transferred-to-um-marine-school-to-keep-them-healthy/?fbclid=IwAR3UaBB4mvMIK1M6VaTQQnaXMMBytGaPN4FSgHQNPuyLCaDGJhTPHqeawFM

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Empowering people to explore and protect the ocean