Marine debris is a pervasive national and global problem that harms wildlife, navigation safety, ecosystem health, and the economy.
Everyone loves adding a new coral, but no one loves its unwelcome “hitchhikers”, which are often invisible to the naked eye and can spread to other corals. So how do we prevent that from happening? Meet DipX, from Red Sea.
By combining satellite imagery, advanced analytics, and object-based analysis, global collaboration has resulted in the Allen Coral Atlas maps that show the marine ecosystem’s benthic and geomorphic data in unprecedented detail.
Richly black with sky blue eyes, a recent import of “blue eye panaques” is reminiscent of those that used to be far more common in the aquarium trade decades prior.
The Aquatic Life Barrel Buddy delivers convenience and piece of mind