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2015 Blue Vision Summit

                           Blue Vision Summits bring ocean conservation leaders together every two years to network, build the blue movement and meet with the Administration and Congress to restore the blue in our red, white and blue.  This spring some 500 people from local, regional and national groups, scientists, explorers and others will attend the Summit […]

September 13, 2012

6:21 PM, Sep 12, 2012 Written by Jessica Clark. ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. — Diane Schleissing walks the beach bright and early. She has served on the Sea Turtle Patrol in Crescent Beach for eleven years. She’s passionate about turtles. “I love my turtles,” she said with a laugh. She and her team look […]

September 15, 2011
Accidental Sea Turtle Deaths Drop By 90 Percent Since 1990; Fishing Equipment Preventing Lethal ‘Bycatch’

by News Service – September 14, 2011 21:43 EST DURHAM, North Carolina — The number of sea turtles accidentally caught and killed in fishing gear in United States coastal waters has declined by an estimated 90 percent since 1990, according to a new study by researchers at Duke University Project GloBAL and Conservation International. […]

June 24, 2011
Marine Turtle Movements Tracked

ScienceDaily (June 23, 2011) — A University of Exeter team has monitored the movements of an entire sub-population of marine turtle for the first time. The study confirms that through satellite tracking we can closely observe the day-to-day lives of marine turtles, accurately predicting their migrations and helping direct conservation efforts. Read the full article