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Oceanographic
Entries to the Ocean Photographer of the Year 2022 are now open. Submit your images until 30 June for a chance to win this year's prestigious photography contest. Read More
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Marine Protected Areas
Following the announcement of byelaws to protect 13 further offshore Marine Protected Areas in English waters, a new report by the Marine Conservation Society reveals that more needs to be done to fully protect the UK's diverse MPAs.  Read More
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Marine Protected Areas
The UK government recently announced that it will ban bottom trawling from four of the UK's offshore MPAs but conservationists urge that more needs to be done.  Read More
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Marine Life
Following backlash from narwhal conservationists and the Inuit community, the expansion of an iron ore mine within the Arctic was rejected.  Read More
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Oceanographic
Entries for the OPY 2022 are officially open until 30 June. Early birds can get a special discount until 13 May. Read More
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Ocean Events
The Blue Marine Foundation's Ocean Awards, held annually in partnership with BOAT International, focus on celebrating innovative ideas and achievements of organisations, individuals and groups that foster the health of our blue planet. Recently, the winners were revealed.  Read More
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Ocean Pollution
A new study has confirmed the long-assumed link between the red tide in Florida and discharges from Lake Okeechobee.  Read More
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Climate change
A new study predicts that the next ocean mass extinction could be around the corner if the effects of global warming are not mitigated. Read More
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Adventure
Have you ever wondered what a shark's mouth looks like when it feeds on something? A 360-degree camera captured a fascinating look inside a tiger shark's mouth when the predator mistook the gadget for food.  Read More
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