The Center For Ocean Solutions Research
January 2018

Jim Leape on World Economic Forum Blog

Co-director Jim Leape explains how technology can help transform and save the ocean on the World Economic Forum's blog Agenda.
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News

June 22, 2011

Oceans Imperiled But Still Teeming

News Source: The New York Times.  A decade-long effort using radio tags to track ocean-roaming species has paid off by revealing the still bountiful heart of a Serengeti-style ecosystem spanning great swathes of the Pacific.

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June 22, 2011

Predators Migrate En Masse to Pacific Hotspots

News Source: CBC.com.  Huge numbers of sharks, seals, turtles, whales and other ocean predators converge on two regions of B.C.'s coast at certain times of year, an animal tracking study shows.

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June 22, 2011

Serengeti of the Sea: Ocean Predator Study Reveals Surprises

News Source: LiveScience.com.  In the largest study of its kind, scientists affixed tracking tags the ocean's top predators and spied on their whereabouts over the course of 10 years.

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June 22, 2011

Marine Predators Flock to California Coast

News Source: San Diego Union-Tribune.  After a decade of electronically tracking the Pacific Ocean’s top predators, scientists on Wednesday compared the waters off California to Africa’s Serengeti Plain.

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