Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Draft Summary Report on the Description of Areas Meeting The Scientific Criteria for Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (Addendum)
Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Draft Summary Report on the Description of Areas Meeting The Scientific Criteria for Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas (Corrigendum)
Addressing Adverse Impacts of Human Activities on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity, Including Coral Bleaching, Ocean Acidification, Fisheries and Underwater Noise
Marine Biodiversity: Marine Spatial Planning and Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments and Strategic Environmental Assessments in Marine and Coastal Areas
Marine and Coastal Biodiversity: Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments and Strategic Environmental Assessments in Marine and Coastal Areas
Identifying Specific Elements for Integrating the Traditional, Scientific, Technical and Technological Knowledge of Indigenous and Local Communities, and Social and Cultural Criteria and Other Aspects for the Application of Scientific Criteria for Identification of Ecologically or Biologically S ...
Progress Made in the Implementation of the Specific Work Plan on Coral Bleaching
Scientific Synthesis on the Impacts of Underwater Noise on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity and Habitats
Report of Joint Expert Meeting on Addressing Biodiversity Concerns in Sustainable Fishery
Report of the Expert Meeting to Develop a Series of Joint Expert Review Processes to Monitor and Assess the Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
Synthesis Document on the Impacts of Marine Debris on Marine and Coastal Biodiversity
Background on the Development of Voluntary Guidelines for the Consideration of Biodiversity in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAS) and Strategic Environmental Assessments (Seas) in Marine and Coastal Areas
Proposals for the Sustainable Ocean Initiative
Synthesis Document on the Experience and Use of Marine Spatial Planning
Oceans, Coasts, Islands: Achieving the Aichi Biodiversity Targets: Abstracts of Posters Presented at the Sixteenth Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice
Report of Joint OSPAR/NEAFC/CBD Scientific Workshop on EBSAs
Review of the Report of the joint OSPAR/NEAFC/CBD Scientific Workshop on EBSAs in the Northeast Atlantic (Addendum)
Report of the Western South Pacific Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Report of the Wider Caribbean and Western Mid-Atlantic Regional Workshop to Facilitate the Description of Ecologically or Biologically Significant Marine Areas
Synthesis Report on the Work Carried Out Regarding Description of EBSAS in the Mediterranean
Training Manual for the Description of Ecologically and Biologically Significant Areas (EBSAS) in Open-Ocean Waters and Deep-Sea Habitats
13 - 16 November 2006, Helsinki, Finland
Workshop of coast and shallow sea. Coastline and the Shallow sea region that bring up biological diversity. We are learn abut good practice and the lesson learns. How is a Shallow sea region important to marine biological diversity? We preserve a continuity of the coastline in good condition and ...
Scientists are warning of another "devastating" loss of coral due to a spike in sea temperatures.
Australia's iconic reef is under threat from pollution and climate change. Jon Day, recently resigned as the reef's Director of Heritage Conservation. He told DW that plans to dump spoil will put the reef at risk.
An underwater research craft has spotted a "ghostlike" octopus that appears to belong to a previously unknown species on the ocean floor near Hawaii, a discovery that highlights how little is known about the deep sea, a U.S. zoologist said on Saturday.
A major study has found Caribbean coral reefs could disappear in 20 years. DW spoke to Carl Gustaf Lundin, director of the global marine and polar programme at the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Allowing mangrove forests to recover naturally result in more resilient habitats that benefit both wildlife and people, say conservationists.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Sept. 29 (UPI) -- New maps charted using sonar sensors on Autosub6000 have revealed the importance of "marine snow" to the distribution of biomass on the ocean floor.
The EU has imposed sanctions on imports from Sri Lanka's fisheries after the country failed to curb illegal fishing.
The importance of seagrasses to the health of coastal ecosystems is underlined in new research conducted around Indonesian atolls.
A report published in the journal Science this month analyzed the health of global marine populations and the impact humans are having on it. DW talked to the study's lead author Douglas McCauley
Coral reefs are among the world's richest ecosystems - and they will disappear from the face of the Earth before this century is over if we don't make serious changes, ecologist Peter Sale told DW.
The government agency responsible for the Great Barrier Reef says urgent action is needed to save the world heritage site after yet-to-be-published surveys found the record coral bleaching damage earlier this year was even worse than initially thought.
University of Adelaide researchers have for the first time demonstrated that the ocean acidification expected in the future will reduce fish diversity significantly, with small 'weedy' species dominating marine environments.
Scientist Karen Wiltshire from Germany’s AWI Institute is the new chair of the global Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans (POGO). She tells DW that science should be more involved in marine protected areas.
Scientists discover corals that look healthy but cannot reproduce, dashing hopes such reefs could repopulate bleached areas
25 - 27 November 2008, Guayaquil, Ecuador
6 - 13 July 2012, Bucharest, Romania
9 - 12 June 2003, New York, United States of America
26 - 30 January 2004, Portland, United States of America
Take a stroll on a beach and you're likely to encounter plentiful evidence of life from the ocean amid the flotsam: stray clumps of seaweed, colorful seashells, even the occasional crustacean or jellyfish.
Paleontologists have found the remains of an unknown type of pliosauroidea - an extinct marine reptile - that lived alongside the dinosaurs 130 million years ago on the bank of the Volga River in Russia. The skull of the reptile was first discovered in 2002, but until now had not been identified ...
13 - 25 March 2010, Doha, Qatar
10 - 18 September 2005, Beijing, China
15 - 26 July 2013, Kingston, Jamaica
The world's largest fish, a whale shark, recently got up close and personal with fishers in Ocean City, Maryland, nudging their boat for long enough that the crew captured a stunning video.
15 - 21 August 2004, Stockholm, Sweden