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Education | Scientific Research

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Ocean Life from the View of a Microscope | James S.  

Ocean Life from the View of a Microscope

There is a lot going on in the ocean when you look beyond the waves and the whales (and other animals) in the ocean, microscopic life flourishes underneath the surface. Over the next few weeks, the Aquarium of the Pacific will be talking with researchers working on the NOAA ship, Ronald H. Brown. These scientists are participating in ongoing research to measure and monitor changes in the world oceans over time. Traveling from Durban, South Africa to Goa, India, they will be collecting samples of the water so that they can describe the ocean chemistry and biology that they are observing.

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Scientific Research | Volunteering

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Young Scientists Participate in Shark Research | In Focus  

Young Scientists Participate in Shark Research

Learn how our volunteers identify shark species all over the world through our citizen science program…

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Conservation | Scientific Research

Monday, August 07, 2017

Creating and Restoring Colorful Coral | In Focus  

Creating and Restoring Colorful Coral

Learn how Aquarist Jessica is rejuvenating artificial coral in our Tropical Pacific gallery.

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Animal Updates | Sharks | Conservation | Scientific Research

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Shark Conservation in Belize | In Focus  

Our education staff member, Erin English, recently traveled to Glover’s Reef in Belize to work on shark conservation research with Earthwatch Expedition.

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