Balancing conflicting human values for seagrass, saltmarsh and mangroves

  • Posted by Chris Brown
  • On July 25, 2020
The coast sits the intersection of many human activities. Management of coastal ecosystems is challenged by the conflicting values that humans hold for the coasts, including conservation, shipping, fishing, aquaculture, recreation and many others. One objective of the Global Wetlands Project is to help find ways that management can balance these different values for coasts […]
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Long-distance sea turtle migration provides unique opportunity to combine and test exciting tracking techniques

  • Posted by Ryan Pearson
  • On July 17, 2020
By Dr Ryan Pearson In February 2016, a female loggerhead sea turtle dubbed ‘Marloo’ had a satellite transmitter attached to her shell on a beach south of Exmouth, Western Australia by the Gnaraloo wilderness foundation. Many months, and more than 4000 km’s, later she was recovered on an island near Darwin. Aub Strydom found a […]
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