The coral microbiome is still little understood. Nicole’s research aims to help us understand if we can utilize the coral microbiome to protect species from global and local stressors. Nicole also shares her advice for early career scientists and plans for the future.
Finding your feet in the marine science world can be confusing, challenging and sometimes daunting, Gen Bergemann talks us through her experiences in study, volunteering and finding her feet.
Coral nurseries and coral restoration projects litter the internet as a ways to conserve and protect our reefs. But do they really work? What are their purpose? And what hope do they provide for our struggling reef systems? This week we spoke with two experienced coral nursery advocates, to hear their opinions on the importance of these projects for reef conservation.
Taming lions is just another day at the office for this girl in ocean science, Lion Fish that is. Meet Charley Clubley, lion fish expert and marine biologist.
This week we chat with the wonderful Kirsty Magson who spends her days swimming with whale sharks, helping rescue turtles, restoring coral and educating people about the ocean.
No, I am not kidding. Being a real life mermaid is a thing! This week we spoke to Lila Jones, real life mermaid, marine biologist and owner of Mermaid Dream Retreats.
This week we interviewed the lovely Leah Dann about her experience as a Marine Biologist and her research on Sea Cucumbers in the Phillipines, here’s what she had to say.
Supported by the Coral Sea Foundation (@coralseafoundation), the Sea Women of Melanesia are a small group of young women, working together to advocate and enact change within their communities. This week our editor, Michaela, was fortunate enough to interview one of them, Julyne Norlie, the coordinator for Papua New Guinea.