|Tag-A-Giant||biology, environment, fish, marine, oceans, research, science, wildlife||
The search for bluefin tuna is on! A team of scientists from Stanford University and other partner institutions is scouring waters in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The goal - to place electronic tags in giant bluefin tuna to learn more about their migrations, behavior, and environmental preferences.
|Open Ocean||climate change, climate change adaptation, fisheries management, land-sea interface, marine spatial planning, ocean acidification, oceans, Pacific Ocean health, sea level rise||
The Center for Ocean Solutions: Our mission is to develop, synthesize, and catalyze understanding and new tools, to use them to solve major problems facing the oceans, and to prepare the leaders who take on these challenges.
We focus on key initiatives including climate change, the land-sea interface, marine spatial planning and the health of the Pacific Ocean. We also train leaders and future leaders in marine and coastal management in area such as fisheries management and adaptation for coastal areas to climate change.
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