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"Our mission is to protect endangered turtles through conservation tours and volunteer programs, fundraising for key nesting beaches through Billion Baby Turtles, and educational programs. SEE Turtles is a project of The Ocean Foundation."
Interesting article that outlines an interesting migration pattern of creature off the Bermuda coast, as well as some of the history that helped scientists discover the creatures were migrating at all.
Although the article is over a decade old, the brief history about discovering the vertical migration patterns is still relevant, and creates some interesting context around the research of marine biologists.
"StreamNet is a cooperative information management and data dissemination project focused on fisheries and aquatic related data and data related services in the Columbia River basin and the Pacific Northwest."
From the news journal "Live Science": "A new study of salmon migration in the Pacific Northwest shows that factors such as the ocean temperature, food availability and number of predators have a profound effect on the fish as they first enter the sea. The findings, detailed recently in the journal Animal Biotelemetry, could guide policies aimed at restoring endangered salmon species in the Pacific Northwest."
"The European eel's migration to the Sargasso Sea to spawn is one of nature's great unsolved mysteries.
For many years, biologists have puzzled over exactly where they go and what they do after leaving our rivers.
Now scientists using satellite tags have tracked 22 eels, revealing what they do in the first 1,300km of an epic 5,000km migration."
"An armada of more than a million eels is mysteriously swimming towards Britain, exploiting a spring tide and a full moon to arrive in unprecedented numbers.
And waiting with nets for the migration will be teams of conservationists, hoping to smooth the eels’ passage up rivers and avoid man-made flood defences."