Yachts For Science are looking for a yacht for Manta Biologist, Luke Gordon

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Yachts For Science are looking for a yacht for Manta Biologist, Luke Gordon. Project Summary, to investigate the movement ecology, population demographics and site fidelity of Fiji’s Manta Ray population through exploration and citizen science within the Lau Group.
Location: Lau Group, Fiji
Berths: Minimum of two
Duration: July, August, ONGOING, 1-2 weeks
Necessary equipment: Drone, Underwater Camera, Snorkel Equipment, would be a huge benefit to have SCUBA

If you can help please get in touch.

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Yachts For Science is currently assisting Dr Brown with her latest research project in Eastern Oahu, Hawaii. Dr Brown is investigating if climate-proof corals exist within extreme environments that already experience temperature and pH conditions projected for future reefs. Specifically, her current research focuses on acidification resilience and if corals native to habitats with extreme daily changes in pH are better suited to survive under acidification stress. Click here to learn more.

 

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UKSA women undertaking their Superyacht Cadetship

The latest funding provided by Ocean Family Foundation will allow Yachts for Science to continue their invaluable work matching private yachts with marine scientists. Founded by a team of marine biologists, environmental researchers and media documentaries, YFS recognised that thousands of yachts were left at anchor, whilst hundreds of marine biologists are desperate for access to the sea. By creating a simple matchmaking platform, YFS can facilitate thousands of pounds worth of research utilising available assets. This April Mantra Trust has access to a private vessel in the Maldives for a week.