West Palm Beach, Florida (January 25, 2021) – ANGARI Foundation is excited to announce the release of its 360 film “Generation Ocean: Sharks,” premiering on January 27, 2021. The second of the “Generation Ocean” series, this short film follows Florida…
On September 30 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT, ANGARI Foundation and South Florida PBS will host a live panel discussion entitled “Hurricane Dorian: Impacts Below the Surface.” In September 2019, powerful Hurricane Dorian made landfall over Abaco and…
Dr. Krista Sherman, Senior Scientist at Perry Institute for Marine Science, shares her research experiences aimed at helping policymakers understand how to better conserve and manage important fisheries resources in the Bahamas.
Our Ocean Expert Exchange (OEE) live webinar series features experts in marine science and technology, geared towards audiences of all ages.
After Category 5 Hurricane Dorian barreled through the Bahamas in September 2019, researchers from Perry Institute for Marine Science and partner organizations surveyed reef sites in the affected areas of Grand Bahama Island and Abaco.
Researchers conducted Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessments (AGRRA) at several dive sites throughout the Abacos and Northwest Bahamas, including some new survey sites that have never been explored before.
Participants in the 2019 Oceanography Camp for Girls became oceanographers for the day, exploring and implementing numerous scientific techniques to study the marine world while onboard R/V ANGARI.
Researchers onboard R/V ANGARI traveled to the Bahamas to assess coral reef health by conducting Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessments (AGRRA) at several dive sites near South Abaco and East Grand Bahama, including some new survey sites that have never been explored before. The team completed hundreds of surveys of corals, reef fish, and more.
Researchers from NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program came aboard R/V ANGARI to survey several long-term environmental monitoring sites in the Dry Tortugas National Park, which is part of the NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Scientists from various backgrounds came aboard to give the Tri-City Trailblazers a hands-on experience in studying different coastal marine environments throughout South Florida.