Great thing about ‘participatory’ science is the option to participate – what about ‘gatekeepers’ that decide what/when their community should participate?

  Everyone can participate! My goal is to have absolutely everyone that visits the ocean to have their say in the “Marine Conservation Survey”. I’ve sent requests to everyone I know, and everyone I can find, especially those individuals, organizations or businesses that have been in the area for years and have some acknowledged experience (e.g., dive shops that have been operating Read More …

Call to Action: Help us understand marine conservation needs & successes!

Call to Action: Help us understand marine conservation needs! Marine conservation strategies are being implemented around the world – the details differ by country. Evaluation of these strategies is a challenge due to a lack of data. But, thousands of ocean explorers survey the world’s oceans everyday — while boating, scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing, surfing Read More …

eShark – Thailand

The Thailand eShark Project has been organized through Shark Guardian to collectively gather data from as many divers in Thailand as possible. This project hopes to be the largest project ever undertaken in one country by divers for shark conservation. Shark Guardian recently conducted a survey to gather information regarding shark sightings by divers based in various diving locations in Thailand.