Our crowdfunding campaign is live
By Dr. Amanda Vincent Photo: Michael Ready/iLCP In collaboration with iLCP, We’ve launched our very Vincent, Dr. Heather Koldewey, and the entire Expedition: Danajon Bank team   the book and production of the exhibition prints. We hope you’ll help our cause! Thanks, Dr. Amanda amanda vincent
Getting on with marine conservation
By Julia Lawson Dr. Amanda Vincent at IMCC. Photo: D. Curnick The International Marine Conservation ecologists closed their talks by mentioning what they termed “the Amanda Vincent approach” – getting a move off the conference, our own Dr. Amanda Vincent delivered a plenary talk that got the conference
On being part of the world’s largest conservation team
By Dr. Amanda Vincent It is truly wondrous that the world has managed to create a global action amanda vincent
Supporting seahorses through CITES - here we go again...
By Dr. Amanda Vincent Hippocampus kuda. One of the three seahorse species under CITES Review of amanda vincent
Some thoughts on CITES
conservation with exciting colleagues. Dr. Amanda Vincent is the director of Project Seahorse. By Dr. Amanda Vincent So, how can we ensure that the commercial trade of marine life doesn’t damage amanda vincent
El Santo Niño of the coral reef
collaboration with strong religious and faith-based groups? Dr. Amanda Vincent is the director of Project Seahorse. amanda vincent By Dr. Amanda Vincent I heard a profoundly important yet humorous anecdote at the workshop we are
The Whitley connection
By Dr. Amanda Vincent I was delighted this week to have a chance to meet two other conservationists amanda vincent
Update: Typhoon Haiyan and its Aftermath
process. Best regards, Dr. Amanda Vincent & Dr. Heather Koldewey Project Seahorse/Zoological Society amanda vincent By Dr. Amanda Vincent Dear friends, As you know, it’s been an incredibly difficult few weeks for
The seahorse leads the way to sustainable trade in aquatic species
, seahorse conservation in the Philippines could pave the way for other species, writes Dr. Amanda , seahorse conservation in the Philippines could pave the way for other species, writes Dr. Amanda Vincent on World Wildlife Day. Vincent on World Wildlife Day. By Amanda Vincent, Chair of the IUCN SSC Seahorse, Pipefish and amanda vincent
Glass ceiling-smashers: women and marine science at IMCC 2014
By Julia Lawson The four female plenary speakers (L-R): Drs. Patricia Majluf, Amanda Vincent, Emily Peru; marine ecologist Dr. Emily Darling; and Project Seahorse co-founders Dr. Amanda Vincent and Dr
The relief and recovery effort so far
recovery process. y Dr. Amanda Vincent Over the past few days, ZSL and Project Seahorse staff have amanda vincent By Dr. Amanda Vincent Over the past few days, ZSL and Project Seahorse staff have begun delivering
Documenting the 'Cradle of Marine Biodiversity'
our photographers will be pre-eminent marine biologists Dr. Amanda Vincent and Dr. Heather Koldewey
CITES, conservation, and geopolitics
By Dr. Amanda Vincent There it is. I have survived another week of UN negotiations on wildlife , go tohttp://www.cites.org/eng/com/ac/ Dr. Amanda Vincent is the Director of Project Seahorse. amanda vincent
Reliving the joys of CITES
By Amanda Vincent My mind keeps dancing back to ten momentous days in September/October last year amanda vincent
Idealism tempered by my first CITES meeting
effective tool for their conservation, to complement everything else we are doing. Amanda Vincent (left
Three more countries required to take action for seahorses
By Dr. Amanda Vincent Good. Two more seahorses species should get better help, thanks to the recent amanda vincent
You say 'falsification,' I say 'validation': taking a multidisciplinary approach to conservation
supervisor, Dr. Amanda Vincent, and her constant refrain that we must always be on guard against
Of crocodiles and medicine men
Science degree at Imperial College London (UK). Her work is supervised by Amanda Vincent (Director
The art of selling conservation
conservation issues. I thought which readers of this blog might find interesting. Dr. Amanda Vincent, Project
Putting seahorses on the map
Vincent/Project Seahorse If I asked you to map the location of, say, your local aquarium, you would By Jennifer Selgrath Researcher Jenny Selgrath mapping a rare coral reef with local fishers. Amanda
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