Video: Journey to Kimbe Bay
|© Mark Godfrey
Placid waters, playful dolphins, schools of colorful fish... Welcome to Kimbe Bay! Swim among corals and follow an octopus in this breathtaking underwater video.
News from the Ocean
Alison Green, a senior marine scientist with The Nature Conservancy, recently spent time in Papua New Guinea’s Kimbe Bay learning how Sea Surface Temperature Monitering Buoys are helping to fight the effects of climate change. Read about these high tech buoys in Alison's blog posting.
Finding Shy Species
|Mark Eakin, NOAA|
A new instrument installed in Kimbe Bay could help our scientists discover numerous new species among the bay's coral reefs. Our senior marine scientist, Alison Green, blogs about about this important marine technology.
Protecting the World's Center of Ocean Biodiversity
|© Jeff Yonover
In the heart of the Coral Triangle, the Conservancy helped design the first network of marine protected areas that will help corals withstand the deadly pressures of climate change.