University of British Columbia researchers have found a new way to identify which marine species are threatened and what is threatening them, even if these species lack data, a new study published in the journal Conservation Biology shows.
We are delighted to announce the results of this year’s Guylian Seahorses of the World Photography Competition. Congratulations to Lars Reichenbach and Danny van Belle, they are our 2018 Grand Prize winners!
At a ceremony in Lisbon during the Belgian Royal State Visit to Portugal, and in presence of his Majesty King Filip of Belgium, Project Seahorse and Guylian Belgian Chocolates celebrate 20 years of partnership and success in marine conservation around the world.
Dr. Amanda Vincent, professor in the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries has been awarded the Le Cren medal by the Fisheries Society of the British Isles (FSBI). This medal is awarded to one or more individuals who have made a lifelong contribution to all aspects of the study of fish biology and/or fisheries science, with a focus on conservation, training or public understanding of the discipline.
New research finds dynamite, poison still common fishing methods
Some of the fishing methods used in today’s small-scale fisheries are causing more damage to coral reefs than ever, a new UBC study has found.
Project Seahorse is delighted to announce the launch of our new, improved iSeahorse.org website - our pioneering citizen engagement tool who gathers information about seahorses while building a community of committed contributors who are empowered to take action for seahorses and marine conservation.
“We found that the influence from small-scale fisheries is far from small,” said Jennifer Selgrath, lead author who completed the research as a PhD student with UBC’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and Project Seahorse. “In our case study in the Philippines, we found that the fisheries have become unsustainable because there are so many people trying to catch a limited number of fish and invertebrates.”
We are delighted to share our retrospective on Project Seahorse's advances in marine conservation.
Dr. Amanda Vincent has been appointed to the Steering Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (SSC). She will serve as the Committee’s global marine expert, and will also Chair its Marine Conservation Subcommittee.
Project Seahorse presents an exhibit by Miami-based artist Xavier Cortada, as the launch event for its “Seahorses: Magical Creatures in Our Backyard” outreach initiative.