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Sardine school social fish behavior

An unintended consequence of commercial fishing

Are sardines smarter than we think? A new model shows that industrial fishing could promote…

Protecting fish can increase fisheries

Protecting 5% more of the ocean can increase fisheries yield by 20% according to new research

A new study found that Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) can benefit both conservation and fisheries…

Great Blue Hole near Belize reveals possible contribution of Mayan collapse

Severe Cyclones May Have Played a Role in the Mayan Collapse

The cause of the end of Mayan civilization is still debated among historians, archaeologists and…

Vaquita porpoise critically endangered

Vaquita genome offers hope for species’ survival

The smallest cetacean in the world is also one of the most critically endangered. With…

U.S. Coral Reef Report

Report sounds alarm on ongoing decline of US coral reefs

Scientists are sounding the alarm about the decline of coral reefs under U.S. jurisdiction, with…

Rough-toothed dolphins

For survival, dolphins share fish and a little more

Dolphin researchers got a rare glimpse of rough-toothed dolphins' social behaviors during a six year…

ANGARI Deep Dive Moon Jellyfish

ANGARI Deep Dive – Moon Jellyfish

November's #ANGARIDeepDive topic is the moon jellyfish (Genus: Aurelia)! Growing up to 24 inches in…

whitetip shark swimming energy

Shark biologists team up with aerospace engineer to discover behaviors of oceanic whitetips

Shark biologists, an aerospace engineer and statisticians studied oceanic whitetip sharks to learn more about…

Ocean Temps Colorado River Drought

Distant seas might predict Colorado River droughts

Using recognizable links between ocean temperatures and continental weather patterns, scientists may have come up…

leatherback hatchling rescue sea turtle baby boom

Florida could see a sea turtle baby boom – thanks to pandemic

More successful nesting rates have been recorded during COVID beach closings in Florida, and this…

USF St. Pete Campus

USF partners with NOAA to map the world’s oceans

University of South Florida College of Marine Science and NOAA have entered a multi-million dollar…

Shark Tagging

Uncovering an iconic shark’s secrets

Nova Southeastern University study [Frontiers in Marine Science] reveals that this nearly endangered hammerhead shark…

decoy sea turtle eggs

Tracking sea turtle egg traffickers with GPS-enabled decoy eggs

Researchers completed a study to show they were able to track stolen sea turtle eggs,…

OEE Fall 2020

ANGARI Foundation Kicks Off Fall Ocean Expert Exchange Events

Launched in April 2020, Ocean Expert Exchange (OEE) is a collaborative program between ANGARI Foundation…

Captured stone crab

Stone crab season starts Oct. 15 with new regulations

Florida’s stone crab fishery has experienced a long-term decline in harvest and is likely undergoing…

sea snails swimming

These sea snails fly like butterflies, sink like hang-gliders

New study by University of South Florida shows that marine snails swim through the water…

FAU researcher measuring ray

Scientists catalogue shark and ray distribution in Florida lagoon

Researchers from FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute conducted a survey of sharks, skates and rays…

Water sampling

The $500 Billion Question: What’s the Value of Studying the Ocean’s Biological Carbon Pump?

The ocean plays an invaluable role in capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, taking…

Deep Dive Spiny Lobster

ANGARI Deep Dive – Spiny Lobster

In October's ANGARI Deep Dive topic we're covering the spiny lobster, sometimes also called the…

Nemesis 3D Model gif

Team Creates Accurate Great Hammerhead 3D Model and Brings the Shark Nemesis to Life

(September 23, 2020) – Meet Nemesis, one of the many endangered great hammerhead sharks that…

NOAA Aquaculture Sites

NOAA announces regions for first two Aquaculture Opportunity Areas under executive order on seafood

Federal waters off Southern California and in the Gulf of Mexico were chosen first based…

Hurricane Dorian ANGARI-PBS Event

Join us for a live discussion about Hurricane Dorian’s impacts on the marine environment in The Bahamas

On September 30 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT, ANGARI Foundation and South Florida…

mountainous star coral

Threatened Coral Species Spawns for the First Time in Captivity in UNCW Lab

A threatened coral species, Orbicella Faveolata (mountainous star coral), was spawned in captivity at University…

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef showing small signs of recovery says new report

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has been under stress but is now showing some…

Manta Ray

FAU graduate uncovers first urban nursery ground for mantas off South Florida coast

FAU alumni Jessica Pate, founder of the Florida Manta Project, is the only scientist studying…

FIU surface vehicle Biscayne Bay

UPDATE 9-3-2020: Scientists provide needed attention to Biscayne Bay after fish kill and algal blooms

Scientific research is ongoing right now for a long-term problem in Biscayne Bay, Miami.  A…

Proteus Concept

Fabien Cousteau to build the International Space Station of the deep sea

ANGARI Deep Dive: Jacques Cousteau's grandson, Fabien, continues the family tradition to explore the oceans.…

Coral reef

Researchers share novel ways to restore South Florida’s coral reefs

ANGARI Deep Dive: Coral reefs are under attack and scientists are using cutting-edge methods to…

Shark Tagging

Nonprofit Supports Marine Science and Unites Scientists with Community

Special to Seven Seas Media, By: Rachel Plunkett and Angela Rosenberg. The Research Vessel ANGARI…

R. Michael Brown joins ANGARI Foundation

ANGARI Foundation Welcomes New Director of Media & Marketing

R. Michael Brown brings media, marketing, and public relations experience at major businesses and nonprofits…

Ocean Expert Exchange cover photo

Ocean Expert Exchange: Live Engagements with Marine Scientists in Support of Distance Learning and Ocean Literacy

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing need for flexible but engaging remote…

Students investigate reef health and look for signs of coral bleaching using photomosaic imagery

Bringing Coral Science to Wellington Students

ANGARI Foundation brought coral reef research to the Marine Conservation Club at Wellington Landings Middle…

ANGARI Foundation and some mascot friends hold drift cards and pose for a photo

Lagoon Drift Increases Community Engagement in Citizen Science and Regional Study of Marine Debris

Palm Beach County, Florida (February 9, 2020) – On November 2nd, 2019, ANGARI Foundation and…

Students Learn About Life and Work Onboard R/V ANGARI

ANGARI Foundation collaborated with partners from EarthEcho International to give Palm Beach County students an…

students from Roosevelt Middle School learn about coral reef science with ANGARI Foundation

Students Investigate Coral Science and Bleaching with ANGARI Foundation and the Scientists in Every Florida School Program

ANGARI Foundation shared coral reef science with 116 students at Roosevelt Middle School in West…

Coral biologists assess Bahamas reefs post Hurricane Dorian

The Bahamas (November 14, 2019) – Last month researchers from the Perry Institute for Marine…

CORALPALOOZA™ 2019

ANGARI Foundation is proud to have been an Ecosystem Sponsor for CORALPALOOZA™ 2019.  On June 7…

OceanGate deep-sea submersible makes record-breaking dive in The Bahamas; R/V ANGARI provides surface support 

The Bahamas (April 25, 2019) – Approximately 10 nautical miles offshore of Great Abaco, OceanGate broke…

ANGARI Foundation Celebrates 2-year Anniversary

On April 6, 2019 ANGARI Foundation hosted its 2-year anniversary celebration at Seasons 52 restaurant…

ANGARI Foundation makes front page of The Palm Beach Post

We are thrilled to be featured on the front page of today's The Palm Beach…

ANGARI at CUE 2019

ANGARI Foundation travels to California to share “Generation Ocean” with CUE 2019 community

With an invitation to share ANGARI Foundation's vision for 360/VR use in classrooms, our team…

Angela Rosenberg recognized as environment hero at South Florida Fair

Angela Rosenberg Recognized as Hero of the Environment at South Florida Fair

As part of the 2019 South Florida Fair's "Superhero" theme in Palm Beach County, locals…

“Generation Ocean: Coral Reefs” Helps Students Prepare for Florida Keys Fieldtrip

Students from the Academy of the Holy Names explored coral reefs from their seats in…

Tracking ocean trash with Lagoon Drift on WPTV Channel 5

Journalist Alanna Quillen from WPTV joined ANGARI Foundation President Angela Rosenberg and Director of Science…

Studying sea turtles & sharks in the Bahamas aboard ocean research vessel ANGARI

UMass Amherst Scientists and Colleagues Collaborate with ANGARI Foundation to Study Sea Turtles and Sharks in The Bahamas

The Bahamas (September 21, 2018) - Scientists from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and…

ANGARI Foundation Continues to Engage Community in Citizen Science Project Studying Marine Debris in Local Waterways

Palm Beach County, Florida (August 29, 2018) - On September 9th, 2018, ANGARI Foundation will…

ANGARI Foundation Hosts Generation Ocean: Coral Reefs Educator Summit

August 2–3, 2018 marked ANGARI Foundation’s Generation Ocean: Coral Reefs Educator Summit. During this summit,…

Look for R/V ANGARI in Shark Week 2018

On July 26, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week special, Sharkwrecked will premiere at 9 p.m. ET/PT, as…

Surface 71’s “Think Blue Go Green Project” on Display at Manatee Lagoon

West Palm Beach, Florida (May 29, 2018) – After months of hard work gathering  plastic…

ANGARI Foundation to Premiere Its First Generation Ocean 360/VR Film at NOAA Open House

Miami, Florida (May 11, 2018) – ANGARI Foundation is excited to announce the premiere of…

OSU/ANGARI project takes third place at Oklahoma State University’s President’s Cup

We are pleased to announce that Oklahoma State University (OSU) granted $2,000 towards a collaborative…

ANGARI Foundation Engages Local Community in Citizen Science to Study the Transport of Marine Debris in and around Lake Worth Lagoon

On November 5th, 2017 ANGARI Foundation will be leading the first Lake Worth Lagoon Drift…

ANGARI Foundation Takes Part in MIA ANIMATION Conference and Festival 

Miami, Florida (October 27, 2017) – ANGARI Foundation participated in the seventh MIA ANIMATION Conference…

Successful Weekend of Shark Tagging with University of Miami Scientists and South Florida Youth

West Palm Beach, Florida (September 22, 2017) – ANGARI Foundation concluded its summer season with…

ANGARI Foundation Featured in Hilton Head Monthly Magazine

Hilton Head, South Carolina (August 3, 2017) – As part of its People section, Hilton…

ANGARI Foundation Launch and Vessel Christening a Great Success

West Palm Beach, Florida (April 17, 2017) – ANGARI Foundation's Board of Directors, staff, volunteers…

Family’s Passion for the Ocean Drives New Marine Science Foundation

West Palm Beach, Florida (March 14, 2017) – ANGARI Foundation, a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation,…

ANGARI Foundation Joins BritWeek to Celebrate US-UK Marine Science Collaborations

On March 9, ANGARI Foundation partnered with BritWeek, an organization that celebrates the creativity and…

ANGARI Foundation on Business Hour WBRN Miami

ANGARI Foundation President Angela Rosenberg and BritWeek Board Director Alex Rodrigues joined Pete De La…

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