Collaborator Research

Recent Antarctic expeditions, underwater volcano monitoring, studies of little-known transparent creatures, and other recent scientific research is being conducted by Ocean Portal Collaborators. 

Save Our Seas scientist Alison Kock tags a Great White Shark.

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

Ocean gives a great feeling to mind and relaxes the soul.I hope your website will give more and more of that.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

You are doing awesome work. I have to admit I'm jealous. I'm currently working in the IT field but I would love to work with sharks, great whites in particular. They just are very mysterious to me and I eager to learn more about their mating and feeding habits. I hope in my retirement, I will have the time to invest. Bye for now.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

BEUTIFUL PINGUINS!!! THANK YOU SCRIPPS FOR YOUR RESEARCHES IN THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGES IN MARINE LIFE =) MR, KOOYMAN YOU ARE SO LUCKY!! CONGRATULATION!!!

Mirelle

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

the pictures encouraged me to learn more, BUT i couldn't find the link to the story. :(
Dave Wrausmann

Submitted by The Ocean Portal Team on

Hi Dave. Thanks for your comment. We are working on a whole section about the poles and another about climate change and how it is affecting ocean life, so keep an eye out for more information on these topics. Right now, you can learn more about our collaborators by visiting their profiles.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

It is so true that climate changes are so real and happening all over the place, my friends in South Carolina got so much snow these past several weeks that they never seen in their entire life. Hope the rulers will stop just be concerned for their pockets and will ban the polluting technologies.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

That is excellent news.

Probably the most important and best indicator of the change in the oceans are the north and south poles. We look forward to more information on this subject and more importantly what we can do about it.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

Love your site - really beautiful. Lets do what we can to save our planet and the creatures within it.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

This is a beautiful site.
Well done

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

Hi there - I dont know whether you can help - but do you know of anyone who would marry people underwater? Strange request I know but I'm getting desperate.
Thanks

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

I was just in a debate about this today. I'm sorry my name is T.Mills author and all around enthusiast about going green. A dolphin washed up on the New Jersey shore and we know they travel by climate and current. It's obvious something is gone completely wrong. We haven't seen the worst and according to who you talk to there's nothing we can do.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on

I like everything about ocean and life in ocean. Thank you for you great website and activity.