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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  

Shark Conservation in Belize

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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Scientific Research

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Setting the Stage | Emily  

Setting the Stage

Life At Sea

Life on a research vessel means living and breathing science. Find out a little bit more about the research vessel RV Roger Revelle, where our colleagues from the University of California, Irvine, are studying algae in the Indian Ocean. These studies can help piece together a bigger story about how oceans may be changing.

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Education | Scientific Research

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Welcome to the Unseen Ocean | Emily  

Welcome to the Unseen Ocean

The Aquarium of the Pacific is home to over 10,000 animals, giving you a glimpse of several different regions in the ocean: the temperate waters of our ocean-backyard, the chilly North Pacific coast, and the warm, colorful tropical ocean. The ocean is a big, complex place; there is an entire universe of science and discovery out there. I’m going to be blogging about the research that scientists are doing to help us understand more about ocean and earth systems. How do we know what we know about Earth? What are scientists doing to study the ocean? Join me as we meet these scientists and workers and learn more about ocean exploration and research. For our first expedition together: we’re going to follow a cruise!

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