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By acting quickly to address pollution, overfishing, and climate change, we may be able to halt the trend of ocean extinctions.
Career Connections allows students to learn about science careers and see real-life examples of science in action.
The California Ocean Science Trust works with government officials, scientists, and communities to provide independent science to inform ocean and coastal policy.
The turtle, a male, was the first loggerhead to be fitted with a satellite tag to track its movements.
In a live webcast held June 1, 2015, experts discussed sea level rise in conjunction with the opening of a new photo exhibition at the Aquarium documenting human responses to rising sea levels around the world.
By preserving spaces in the ocean, rather than just individual species, we can protect habitat for hundreds or thousands of species while increasing the economic value of the ocean and the ecosystem services it provides.
The Aquarium debuted a new show for the Science on a Sphere about the Fukushima nuclear accident and its impacts on humans and marine life.
The Aquarium’s First Wednesdays Series invites experts in the fields of science, conservation, and government, as well as artists, authors, explorers, and more.
The sea turtle was fitted with a satellite tag before its release so its movements can be tracked. Check back for updates on its location.
The Aquarium rehabilitated and released a green sea turtle this spring, attaching a satellite tag to track its movements.
The Aquarium worked with the National Marine Fisheries Service and released the turtle back into the wild on May 11.