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Oceanographic, Issue 18

Oceanographic, Issue 18

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Oceanographic, Issue 18
Oceanographic, Issue 18
Oceanographic, Issue 18
Oceanographic, Issue 18
Oceanographic, Issue 18
Oceanographic, Issue 18

Oceanographic, Issue 18

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The wonder of our blue planet brought to life.


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In Issue 18, understand the impact of shark fin trading on small communities and what the future holds for the people of Alor and the Thresher sharks in the water around them.

Catch up with Finisterre ambassador Dr Easkey Britton as she reflects on how we can creatively explore our ocean connection & read and respect its power, helping us at a time when increased stress and anxiety threaten to overwhelm us.

Discover the importance of of estuaries to the fertility and richness of our planet and how the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park has been saved through conservation, education and enforcement and how the work of protecting the reefs continues every day.

In Behind the lens, take a look at the work of Nadia Aly and read about her connection with the ocean, her desire to help budding photographers, her winning shot for the 2020 Ocean Photographer of the Year award and her plans for the future.

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.

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  • Understand the impact of shark fin trading on small communities and what the future holds for the people of Alor and the Thresher sharks in the water around them.
  • Uncover the mysterious decline of Steller sea lions and fur seals in the Sea of Okhtosk.
  • Learn about the UK's first community-led native oyster restoration project in Loch Craignish, Argyll, Scotland.
  • Hear about the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, the pride and joy of the Phillipines, and how it had been saved from the brink of destruction.
  • Understand the importance of estuaries, where land meets sea and our planet's interconnectedness completes.
  • Hear from Finisterre ambassador, Dr Easkey Britton, on how we can creatively explore our ocean connection & read and respect its power.