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Charlotte and Jo cenote diving

Mexico Magic

I had a plan for this year and so far, it’s working out brilliantly! It’s a ‘significant’ birthday year for me and I wanted to be underwater on the day itself plus tick off a few marine-based bucket list items. My role in WiseOceans no longer requires me to be in the water on a […]

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Sam RRP drilling, Petite Anse Seychelles, 2 September 2017 © LS WiseOceans

Our Reef Restoration Project, three years on!

It is fast approaching the three-year anniversary of our Reef Restoration Project here in Petite Anse, Seychelles and we wanted to talk more about the history of corals in Seychelles and highlight some of the trials, tribulations and triumphs of our Reef Restoration Project. In 1997-98, Seychelles experienced a major setback in coral health when […]

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Me & fish

Marine Research Expeditions

As many of you will have discovered already, getting a career in marine conservation can be difficult without the right education or experience.  At WiseOceans, we believe that an excellent way to gain experience is to volunteer on a marine conservation and research expedition.  Expeditions can have a huge impact on people’s lives, whatever stage […]

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