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Oceanographic, Issue 14

Oceanographic, Issue 14

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Oceanographic, Issue 14
Oceanographic, Issue 14
Oceanographic, Issue 14
Oceanographic, Issue 14

Oceanographic, Issue 14


The wonder of our blue planet brought to life.

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In Issue 14, uncover the modern day impact of plunder on the high seas in Ghana, as trawlermen trade tonnes of iced fish with local fishers unable to source catches of their own.

Catch up with Finisterre ambassador Dr Easkey Britton as she discusses the impact that interaction with ocean can have on both physical and mental wellbeing.

Discover the importance of seagrass beds for local marine life, global carbon capture and tourism revenue with a new campaign to reverse the destruction of seagrass habitats in the Maldives.

Shine a light on the depths of the ocean's mesopelagic zone, home to some of the weirdest and least understood creatures on the planet and of key importance to the life found above it in the water column.

As part of Oceanographic Magazine's '20% for ocean conservation promise', £2 from every magazine sold in Finisterre stores will be donated to the charity of our choice, Surfers Against Sewage.

Become an Oceanographic reader, become and ocean conservationist!


  • The ecological disaster unfolding off the coast of Ghana.
  • A balance to be restored on Madagascar's mining coastline.
  • The importance of seagrass to marine life, global carbon capture and tourism.
  • The unexpected nursery of manta rays beneath the shadows of Florida condos.
  • The hidden world of the ocean's mesopelagic zone and it's importance to life above.