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"The benefits of establishing well-designed and enforced fully protected MPAs are well-documented. On average, fully protected areas can increase the total biomass of marine life by more than 400 percent."
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The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is conducting the world’s largest coral reef survey through the Global Reef Expedition – a 6-year mission to study coral reef health around the world. The Expedition is providing scientists, governments, organizations, and local communities with maps, information, and science-based solutions they can use to protect and restore ocean health.
The Living Oceans Foundation is a non-profit environmental science organization and ocean research foundation based in the United States. We work to help preserve, protect, and restore the world’s oceans and aquatic research through scientific research, outreach, and education.