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MarineBio Newsletters are sent to about 24,000 subscribers worldwide. We welcome your feedback on the content of our newsletters and would love to hear what you're interested in reading more about next! Send your comments to info@marinebio.org

MarineBio Newsletter 12
What's New @ MarineBio?
Featured Species: Leatherback sea turtles!
Marine Conservation in the News
MarineBio Recommends
Selected abstracts of recent scientific publications on marine conservation

MarineBio Newsletter 6
What's New?
Featured Species: Sharks!
Issues in Marine Conservation: SUSTAINABLE FISHING
Current Research: The Work of The Census of Marine Life (COML)
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 11
What's New?
Featured Species: Fishes!
Issues in Marine Conservation: CETACEANS IN HOT WATER
Current Research: Overfishing Large Sharks Impacts Entire Marine Ecosystem
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 5
What's New?
Featured Species: Coral Reef Dwellers
Issues in Marine Conservation: CORAL REEFS STILL IN JEOPARDY
Current Research: Interview with an Aquanaut
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: South Florida
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 10
Featured Species: Octopuses!
Issues in Marine Conservation: ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT
Current Research: Marine Satellite Technology
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Honduras
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 4
MarineBio News
Featured Species: Moon Jellyfish
Issues in Marine Conservation
Ask MarineBio
Advice for Up & Coming Marine Scientists
The Sea Below: Diving Adventures

MarineBio Newsletter 9
What's New?
Featured Species: Sea Turtles!
Issues in Marine Conservation: New Study Predicts A Bleak Future for the Ocean by 2050
Current Research: Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS)
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Indonesia and The Georgia Aquarium
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 3
What's New?
Featured Species: Caribbean Reef Squid
Issues in Marine Conservation
Current Research: The State of the World’s Oceans
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Bonaire
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 8
What's New?
Featured Species: Corals!
Issues in Marine Conservation: Human Impact on Climate Change
Current Research: Biorock® Process - Hope for Corals
Special Feature: Interview with Andy Murch of Elasmodiver.com
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Indonesia
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 2
MarineBio News
Featured Species: Atlantic Bluefin Tuna
Issues in Marine Conservation
MarineBio Recommends
Advice for Up & Coming Marine Scientists
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Bonaire
Current Research in Marine Biology

MarineBio Newsletter 7
What's New?
Featured Species: Cetaceans!
Issues in Marine Conservation: WHALE CONSERVATION
Current Research: Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
The Sea Below ~ Expedition :: Florida Road Trip
MarineBio Recommends

MarineBio Newsletter 1
Issues in Marine Conservation
Featured Conservation Organization
Ask MarineBio
For Young Marine Scientists
Diving
Species of the Month

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