ECO Magazine

In This Issue

Welcome to ECO Magazine’s Autumn edition.

In June, the Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project announced that almost a quarter—23 percent—of the global ocean has now been successfully mapped. In the last year alone, an area the size of mainland Europe was added to the GEBCO grid. While this represents staggering progress, it also highlights the scale of opportunity for further ocean exploration, the theme of this issue.

In these pages, we spend some time with a select group of leading organizations determined to expand our understanding of the breath and nature of ocean environments, whether in previously studied waters or beyond. Here you will learn about the people, projects, partnerships, and technologies behind the science. Our special thanks this time around go to the Proteus Ocean Group; Schmidt Ocean Institute; Teledyne; Miros; RBR; the European Marine Board; NatureMetrics; and Nortek.

Advertising Deadlines

Next Issue:

MARINE INVASIONS

Ad Deadline:

Oct. 20, 2022

Article Deadline:

Oct. 3, 2022

Research Focus:

In this special issue, we'll investigate the extent of damage caused by marine invasions to our coasts and economies worldwide.

Show Distribution:

N/A
 

Issue Archive

January / February

January / February

March / April

March / April

May / June

May / June

Special Issue

Special Issue

July / August

July / August

September / October

September / October

November / December

November / December

Editorial Advisory Board Members

Mark Fonseca, Ph.D.
Mark Fonseca, Ph.D.Vice President, Science at CSA Ocean Sciences Inc.
Renowned for his work with marine and estuarine ecology with a focus on ecosystem restoration and management, Dr. Mark Fonseca joined CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) in 2012 after over 30 years with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). He has conducted research throughout the world and is considered to be one of the world’s leading subject matter experts when it comes to the restoration of seagrass and other coastal ecosystems.
Carlos M. Duarte, Ph.D.
Carlos M. Duarte, Ph.D.Professor, Marine Science
Tarek Ahmed Juffali Research Chair in Red Sea Ecology
Prof. Carlos Duarte is arguably the most versatile aquatic ecologist of his generation; his work takes him from the tropics to polar ecosystems, from macrophytes to microbes, from coastal systems to open ocean gyres. The versatility of his research has made him one of the world’s leading authorities on multiple branches of biological oceanography and marine ecology.
Vinicius Grünberg Lindoso
Vinicius Grünberg LindosoCommunications Officer UNESCO / IOC
Vinicius Lindoso works as Communications Officer at UNESCO's Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, where he manages digital and print communication projects to promote international scientific cooperation in the ocean sciences, and raise awareness around environmental protection.

He has a Master's Degree in Public Policy from the University of Oxford's Blavatnik School of Government, and a double Bachelor Degree from Yale University in Global Affairs and French Studies. Vinicius is Brazilian by nationality, and has previously worked for the Brazilian Permanent Mission to the United Nations. With a strong interest and academic background in conflict-resolution, Vinicius also has previous experience working with civil society organizations in the Western Balkans on issues related to post-conflict education and state-building.

Our Partners

Frontiers in Marine Science
UNESCO
Image
ECO Magazine is a marine science publication committed to bringing scientists and professionals the latest ground-breaking research, industry news, and job opportunities from around the world.

Corporate

8502 SW Kansas Ave
Stuart, FL 34997

(772)-221-7720

Newsletter Signup

The ECO Newsletter is a weekly email featuring the Top 10 stories of the past seven days, providing readers with a convenient way to stay abreast on the latest ocean science and industry news.