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How enforcement and compliance with regulations protects our oceans

98% of the world’s oceans are covered by regulations designed to protect it; enforcing these regulations is the key to preserving them for our futu...

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How can UAVs help us protect our oceans from illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing?

We have been working alongside the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada with enforcement authorities in Costa Rica and Senegal, and UAV organi...

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Our climate needs our ocean

Healthy ocean ecosystems are essential for the health of the planet and its people. Over 80% of life of Earth is found in our oceans, and the ocean...

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Pilot Maritime Observatory successfully monitored Dutch wreck sites at risk

The monitoring and protecting of valuable underwater heritage sites has been one of the greatest challenges for heritage and government  institutio...

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Using AIS data to investigate the world’s fishing ports

I grew up in Hawke’s Bay, a coastal region in New Zealand’s, eloquently named ‘North Island’ which is literally a world apart from OceanMind’s HQ i...

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Joining the OceanMind crew…from a distance

Arriving to an eerily-quite office, discussing pandemics, loading up your car with computer equipment, and then driving back home before lunch isn’...

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OceanMind Joins The Fight Against Climate Change

By Mark Powell, 12 August 2020 I grew up with fishing and the ocean, and it’s been scary to see climate change making oceans warmer, more acidi...

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Launching The Maritime Observatory

MAST, champion for underwater maritime heritage and advocacy, has joined forces with OceanMind, a not-for-profit organisation which specialises in ...

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The Difference Between Verification and Traceability

By Bradley Soule, Chief Fisheries Analyst 20th June, 2019 Last week, I was invited to participate in a panel at the Seaweb Se...

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