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Welcome to MarineBio
Welcome to MarineBio2019-06-08T09:55:05-05:00

We invite you to explore the depths of MarineBio and find out about marine species, ocean conservation, research, and 101+ Ways to Make a Difference Today.

Make your voice heard by contacting us or participating in any of our social networking sites: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. Together our efforts are making the difference needed so that our ocean’s many wonderful species (including us) will be able to thrive and survive.

MarineBio is an ever evolving tribute to all ocean life that has been a central source online for the latest information concerning marine life and its biology, and especially its conservation, since 1998.

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Ocean Life News

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Marine LifeMarine Life

Sharing the wonder of marine life is what started MarineBio, so in this section we explore information on the science, biology, taxonomy, morphology, etc. of the fascinating marine life that inhabits our ocean.

Browse our marine life database where we’re currently working to provide the best home pages for the most common and threatened marine species.

Marine ConservationMarine Conservation

Find out about the issues marine life currently faces and what we can all do to help (and why we should).

Hear from leading scientists and advocates about the science involved in Marine Conservation Biology and discover what organizations around the world are also doing in the fight to save our ocean, its life and ultimately ourselves.

For a wonderful introduction to wildlife conservation, check out the essays by Dr. Moyle and join the discussions in our blog, on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

Charles DarwinEducation & Careers

For current and future students of marine science, we provide updated links to resources, academic institutions, and marine labs offering curricula in the various disciplines related to the study of the ocean and marine life.

Captain NemoDeep Resources

Professionals in the marine sciences are an important part of the MarineBio community. MarineBio’s resources provide a convenient clearinghouse of information and links to academic resources including: Relevant journals ~ Online research tools (databases etc.) ~ Worldwide marine conservation organizations ~ Aquariums around the world ~ Marine Life News Feeds

The OceanThe Ocean

This evolving section explores the science of what is known about our ocean and basically provides an online introduction to marine biology and ocean science. Here we begin the journey into this planet’s largest living space — The Ocean.

Find out more about the history of the ocean, its chemistry, its currents and tides and its various habitats or zones such as the continental shelves, the open ocean and the deep sea.

Google EarthOur ocean is home to some of the most amazing creatures on earth, ~80% of the world’s biodiversity lives in the sea and there is still so much to be discovered. At least 100 million unnamed species live on the ocean floor alone.

Thousands of pharmaceutical compounds have been isolated from marine animals and plants. The cures for HIV/AIDs, cancer, malaria, tuberculosis and leukemia, etc. could lie beneath the waves.

The ocean surrounds us all, yet more is known about the Moon and Mars. We are just now beginning to understand the ocean and with that understanding comes the increasing realization that the ocean is in deep trouble.

Marine conservation efforts so far are simply overwhelmed by the number and scale of the problems the ocean faces. Find out more and help spread the word, together we can make a difference!

The ocean is our earth’s greatest natural resource. It is the place of origin for most life forms. Millions of people rely on the ocean for survival.

green sea turtle

Twelve million fishermen operate three million vessels landing around 90 million tons of fish each year, providing work for over 200 million people worldwide. More than 60% of the global population lives within 60 km of a coast. The ocean provides over 50% of our oxygen and the rain itself. The ocean buffers the weather, helps regulate global temperature and manages vast amounts of our pollutants. More than 2 billion tons of carbon dioxide are absorbed by the ocean every year….

Support the MarineBio Conservation Society

Help Protect & Restore Ocean Life

Help us protect and restore marine life by supporting our various online community-centered marine conservation projects that are effectively sharing the wonders of the ocean with millions each year around the world, raising a balanced awareness of the increasingly troubling and often very complex marine conservation issues that affect marine life and ourselves directly, providing support to marine conservation groups on the frontlines that are making real differences today, and the scientists, teachers and students involved in the marine life sciences.

With your support, most marine life and their ocean habitats can be protected, if not restored to their former natural levels of biodiversity. We sincerely thank our thousands of members, donors and sponsors, who have decided to get involved and support the MarineBio Conservation Society.

Educational Video Resources

Academic Earth University-level video courses: Biology/Oceanography…
Khan Academy High School/University-level video courses: BiologyChemistryOrganic ChemistryPhysicsCosmology and Astronomy (and Earth Science)StatisticsCalculus… SAT Preparation!
MITx (MIT undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral training programs): BiologyChemistryEarth, Atmospheric, and Planetary SciencesEnvironment CoursesLife Sciences CoursesMathematicsPhysics

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