See our Sponsoring MarineBio page for details on becoming a MarineBio Sponsor or send us an email. Interested in advertising on the MarineBio Network? See our advertising page for more information. We'd like to thank the following sponsors for their support:
I2M Associates, LLC is a professional practice offering experienced geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, and other scientists with many years in mineral exploration and project management, mergers and acquisitions, and environmental assessments, including Brownfields redevelopment. Related areas of expertise include forensic and feasibility studies in the mining industry, the environmental industry, the U.S. government, and the legal community in the U.S. and overseas.
Cambridge University Press was founded by a royal charter granted to the University of Cambridge by King Henry VIII in 1534. It is the oldest printer and publisher in the world, having been operating continuously since 1584, and is one of the largest academic publishers globally. Cambridge University Press has provided MarineBio with a number of in-kind donations to expand the organization’s marine life library to help expand educational content on the site.
Rolf Hicker is well known both nationally and internationally for his work as a nature, travel, and wildlife photographer and filmmaker. Rolf's photos have been published in prestigious magazines such as National Geographic and Readers Digest, and are also frequently published in other top magazines world wide. He has a wide range of publications to his credit and his photos appear regularly in books, calendars, and magazines. Rolf has generously donated a number of his marine life photos to MarineBio. His images of whales and dolphins are exquisite and we are honored to have Rolf as a MarineBio partner and sponsor.
Charting Nature donated 100 copies of their informative and beautiful Seafood Guide posters. The posters are available in fish or shellfish and come in two sizes 12 x 36 inches or 24 x 36 inches. The beautifully illustrated posters are designed to help consumers choose sustainable seafood. The posters were illustrated by reknowned artist Brenda Guild Gillespie and the informative content was compiled by the Seafood Choices Alliance. These posters are not only packed with information, they are works of art that would be beautiful in any kitchen - home or commercial.
DK Publishing donated copies of their wonderful book Reef to MarineBio, which we are giving to new members who donate $100 or more to MarineBio. The book contains a vivid collection of photographs from underwater photography collective Scubazoo, that reveals reefs as they’ve never been seen before. We're big fans of DK Publishing for their book Ocean and we thank them for their generous donation of the new book Reef.
Porbeagle Press donated several hundred copies of their Diving Almanac chock full of information on all things diving. From great dive destinations to dive medicine, this book covers it all. We still have plenty of first edition copies to give away with a $25 membership and the 2008 edition is out and available for purchase. There is not another single resource in print or online with as much information as there is in this book. Undercurrent magazine calls this “perhaps the best single reference book published for divers.” We’d like to thank the book’s author, Jeffrey Gallant, who kindly donated copies of the almanac to MarineBio to support our work. Not only are we enjoying reading it, now our members are too!
Simon and Schuster donated copies of In Their Shoes, an excellent book for young people to learn how different careers evolve, what’s needed to embark on them, and what can be expected on the job. Careers that include what it’s like to be a marine biologist!
"Georgia Aquarium has decided not to appeal the decision handed down by Judge Totenberg. We firmly disagree with the Judge's decision, but the extended appeal process would add to an already lengthy series of legal proceedings, which would not be in the best interest of the animals in Russia."
As if the world's coral reefs didn't have enough problems — killer rising ocean temperatures, crazy bleaching events and oil slicks comprised of sunscreen from sunbathers that denude them, they are now under attack by hordes of thorny sea creatures.
Fishing nations at the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have once again failed to adopt scientific advice and best practices to safeguard several species of oceanic sharks.