Alison McAfee | Honey Bee Hub



Ocean acidification: The silent struggle in the sea

[Photo taken at Pachena Bay, BC, 2012]

Bamfield, BC is a place that is close to the hearts of all who have been there. It is a quaint village nestled in the rugged landscape of the west coast of Vancouver Island, with a population of 155 locals (as of 2011) and a lively, modern marine science center that brings in hundreds of students each year. This is where I was introduced to scientific research, starting with the world of ocean acidification.

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To kill or protect for conservation?

Above: A green sea turtle – one of the protected┬áspecies native to the Hawaiian Islands. Photo credit: Merril McCauley, 2015. Continue reading “To kill or protect for conservation?”

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