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Oceanographic, Issue 16

Oceanographic, Issue 16

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Oceanographic, Issue 16
Oceanographic, Issue 16
Oceanographic, Issue 16
Oceanographic, Issue 16
Oceanographic, Issue 16
Oceanographic, Issue 16

Oceanographic, Issue 16

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The wonder of our blue planet brought to life.


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In Issue 16, discover how a team of researchers in the Azores are using a non-invasive tagging technique to better understand and protect the local blue shark population.

Catch up with Finisterre ambassador Dr Easkey Britton as she reflects on the power of sea swimming for both physical and mental health, and the release, it has provided people during the pandemic.

Discover the importance of community-driven conservation as small-scale fisheries, local government and and NGOs in Amazon's vast and beautiful Atlantic coastline hope to build a more sustainable future.

In a special edition of Behind the lens, take a look at a selection of winning images from this year's Ocean Photography Awards, including the competition's overall winner: The Ocean Photographer of the Year.

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 an ocean conservationist!


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  • Learn how researchers in the Azores use bio-tagging of blue sharks to protect them.
  • Understand how community-driven conservation in the Amazon builds a more sustainable future.
  • Discover how big budget underwater filming brings big challenges and big rewards.
  • Learn how Indonesian island rangers are turning the tide on turtle egg poaching.
  • Discover how nature can bounce back and reclaim manmade structures.