Our articles are written by resident and guest researchers, interns and other great people. We try to sort them into relevant categories – generally into Research | Current Projects| Science and Musings.
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Big Science | little words
Our research projects explained in a semi-comprehensive way, avoiding jargon and general geekiness.
Artificial Reefs are man-made structures replicating the properties of natural features. They are used to restore coral reefs, but they are also known for their fish aggregating behavior. This feature makes them an important tool to rejuvenate coastal fisheries, but...read more
Reproduced with permission from Author. Originally published on custommade.com Underwater Timber Stands the Test of Time When people think of timber harvest, Paul Bunyon in SCUBA gear is not the first image that comes to mind. However, in recent years, some companies...read more
The catch-22 of sea food: ghost nets Sea food tastes great, but it leaves people like Rebecca Lehmann with quite a mess to clean up. Read her article on a ghost net removal below. Check out the Nerds It was an early 7 AM start as we head out to Samran Pinnacle. After...read more
In situ simulation of eutrophication and overfishing in a coral reef of Koh Phangan, Thailand – Effects on sediment surface parameters – Soureya Becker (MSc.) ABSTRACT The Gulf of Thailand is a highly under-investigated area that experiences increases in...read more
Opinions | Musings
Opinions, full of jargon and general geekiness.
Core Sea life has been insanely cool the last couple of days, because we’ve been going out and diving with the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, the Thai government organization that monitors the Gulf. They are a very kind and smiley bunch. It’s funny,...read more
I have tried and failed to write this post about four times now. It is because, no matter how I fit my words together, I can’t describe in writing how much this place has changed my life. It could be said that the profound changes in perspective and personality I have...read more
News | Conservation
Blogs and articles about current conservation projects
Good day kind reader, It’s been a while since we managed to write anything sensible about things happening on Koh Phangan (we’ve been kind of busy), so thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to take a look at a small project that we’re planning for 2015....read more
Good morning Friend, I trust this message finds you well. I guess you are reading this, because you have an intrinsic interest for the ocean, so maybe you’ll find this bit of of information useful. It will not repeat the word intrinsic, I just think it sounds...read more