National Geographic Pristine Seas

Dedicated to protecting the last wild places in the ocean. Led by National Geographic Explorer in Residence @Enric_Sala.

Across The Seas
Joined on July 18, 2016
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Have you ever wondered what happens on a Pristine Seas expedition? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the partnerships, technology, science, and teamwork that come together to make our mission of exploring and protecting the oceans possible. https://t.co/96bT70qcJG

Have you ever wondered what happens on a Pristine Seas expedition? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the partnerships, technology, science, and teamwork that come together to make our mission of exploring and protecting the oceans possible. https://t.co/96bT70qcJG

While on expedition to the Northern Line Islands we spotted this deeply hued steephead parrotfish on the reef crest near La Paloma Pass. Parrotfish are important grazers in this reef ecosystem, helping maintain coral dominance by keeping macroalgae in check. 📸 by @Enric_Sala https://t.co/kkHzV0NP16

While on expedition to the Northern Line Islands we spotted this deeply hued steephead parrotfish on the reef crest near La Paloma Pass. Parrotfish are important grazers in this reef ecosystem, helping maintain coral dominance by keeping macroalgae in check. 📸 by @Enric_Sala https://t.co/kkHzV0NP16

The @NG_pristineseas team is driven to create a better future for the ocean. Through exploration, science, and storytelling, Pristine Seas works to protect vital places in the ocean for the benefit of nature and humanity. https://t.co/tu24fCFsmj

The @NG_pristineseas team is driven to create a better future for the ocean. Through exploration, science, and storytelling, Pristine Seas works to protect vital places in the ocean for the benefit of nature and humanity. https://t.co/tu24fCFsmj

"It’s clear that humanity and the economy will benefit from a healthier ocean," says founder @Enric_Sala. "And we can realise those benefits quickly if countries work together to protect at least 30% of the ocean by 2030." #30x30 #CampaignForNature https://t.co/2dBTjuE1o1

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Did you miss the lively conversation between ocean scientists and advocates (including our founder @Enric_Sala) at the @nytimes event “Water and Oceans: Restoring the Lifeblood of the Planet?" You can now watch the replay! https://t.co/Skh3RHkyVe

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Community Solutions (@cmtysolutions) encourages communities to look at homelessness as a problem that can be solved rather than an inevitable reality https://t.co/NFTQ3H35Ig

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Congrats to @cmtysolutions, winner of #100andChange! Thank you to @macfound for considering our proposal to protect 30% of the ocean by 2030. With @insidenatgeo, we will continue our work to explore and protect areas where marine life can thrive. https://t.co/WlvlFlvHBN

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We’re honored to join @CHAI_health @cmtysolutions @projectecho @report4america and @wmpglobal as a finalist in @macfound’s #100andChange competition, which awards a $100M grant to a project helping to solve a critical problem of our time. The winner is announced this afternoon! https://t.co/UNnHVrOrvC

We’re honored to join @CHAI_health @cmtysolutions @projectecho @report4america and @wmpglobal as a finalist in @macfound’s #100andChange competition, which awards a $100M grant to a project helping to solve a critical problem of our time. The winner is announced this afternoon! https://t.co/UNnHVrOrvC

Now that we’re safely back on land, it’s time to begin our analysis & compilation of the recorded data. We are grateful to the scientists, filmmakers, & sailors aboard the ROU 23 Maldonado, whose camaraderie, hard work, and collaboration are an inspiration for ocean conservation. https://t.co/fE6qgZb3fZ

Now that we’re safely back on land, it’s time to begin our analysis & compilation of the recorded data. We are grateful to the scientists, filmmakers, & sailors aboard the ROU 23 Maldonado, whose camaraderie, hard work, and collaboration are an inspiration for ocean conservation. https://t.co/fE6qgZb3fZ

The ocean in Uruguay is home to many incredible marine species, and we were thrilled to see some of them—including sharks—during our expedition. Our observations suggest that Uruguay has an extraordinarily rich marine ecosystem where threatened species live, reproduce, and feed. https://t.co/a4SeMSMjDS

The ocean in Uruguay is home to many incredible marine species, and we were thrilled to see some of them—including sharks—during our expedition. Our observations suggest that Uruguay has an extraordinarily rich marine ecosystem where threatened species live, reproduce, and feed. https://t.co/a4SeMSMjDS

To document the marine life that dwells close to the ocean surface, @karumbeuy's Andrés Estradés led the deployment of pelagic cameras to 10m below the surface. This time-intensive but effective use of recording technology helps us see which species frequent these open waters. https://t.co/UYUt3AmIwQ

To document the marine life that dwells close to the ocean surface, @karumbeuy's Andrés Estradés led the deployment of pelagic cameras to 10m below the surface. This time-intensive but effective use of recording technology helps us see which species frequent these open waters. https://t.co/UYUt3AmIwQ

Listen in today (4/5) at 1:00 PM ET as founder @Enric_Sala joins a @TheWilsonCenter panel on environmental protections in Antarctica with @VSinkevicius @SylviaEarle and @AgrenHelen, moderated by @EvanTBloom. RSVP for the live webcast: https://t.co/dz3HTB8gC2

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Working 100 miles off Uruguay's coast, we employed remote cameras to study the marine ecosystem. Our deep sea cameras ventured down to Uruguay’s seafloor, as deep as 1400m, recording footage we’ll use to identify fish and invertebrates and determine their abundance and diversity. https://t.co/g5R2NRdRir

Working 100 miles off Uruguay's coast, we employed remote cameras to study the marine ecosystem. Our deep sea cameras ventured down to Uruguay’s seafloor, as deep as 1400m, recording footage we’ll use to identify fish and invertebrates and determine their abundance and diversity. https://t.co/g5R2NRdRir

Last week, we launched our first expedition to Uruguay, with @occuruguay on board the ROU 23 Maldonado. We conducted first-in-the-field scientific studies to support the creation of new marine reserves. Over the next few days, we'll share great moments from the expedition. https://t.co/07Y3eTtRXm

Last week, we launched our first expedition to Uruguay, with @occuruguay on board the ROU 23 Maldonado. We conducted first-in-the-field scientific studies to support the creation of new marine reserves. Over the next few days, we'll share great moments from the expedition. https://t.co/07Y3eTtRXm

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Our documentary film THE LAST ICE is now available for streaming on @disneyplus! #TheLastIce tells the story of Inuit communities fighting to protect the disappearing Arctic, which has been their home for centuries. https://t.co/jVhuOoo0gI

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“There is a tremendous sense of wildness, beauty, power, & vitality here,” shared @Paul_Rose during the expedition. Later in 2016, the team’s scientific findings helped support the creation of a marine reserve encompassing Clipperton's territorial waters. https://t.co/xut7A3A2RR

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In 2016, our team embarked on an expedition to Clipperton Atoll, located a thousand kilometers from the coast of Mexico in the tropical eastern Pacific, to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the island's marine and terrestrial ecosystem. https://t.co/WYoW1dkulA

In 2016, our team embarked on an expedition to Clipperton Atoll, located a thousand kilometers from the coast of Mexico in the tropical eastern Pacific, to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the island's marine and terrestrial ecosystem. https://t.co/WYoW1dkulA

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