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.
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Project Seahorse*, a marine conservation research unit based at The University of British Columbia’s Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, is applauding Thailand’s decision to end seahorse exports until it can trade in a sustainable manner, without damaging their wild populations. We spoke to Dr. Amanda Vincent, Director, Project Seahorse and Professor, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries about the decision.
Great news!! This summer we reached our 2000th seahorse observation on iSeahorse - our pioneering citizen science website and smartphone app that allows anyone to contribute to the science and conservation of seahorses.
INDIANAPOLIS — Amanda Vincent, Ph.D., is the reason seahorses are on the global conservation agenda. She was the first person to study seahorses underwater, document their extensive...