Research and Publications
Project Seahorse finds marine conservation solutions by understanding the interdependencies between marine life and human communities. If one species or habitat is pressurised, the interconnected nature of ecosystems means that other species and habitats are also affected.
The natural world is structured rather like an onion, in that pressures at larger scales have knock-on effects on populations and individuals at smaller scales. The biology of individual organisms is at the centre, and our research progress outward from there through marine populations, ecosystems, fishing communities, national and global trade issues, policy and public outreach.
We regularly publish our cutting-edge conservation and seahorse research in leading academic journals. To access our large and comprehensive database of publications, visit our research page .
Other key documents, including our news stories, annual reports, and media coverage, can be found on our news page .
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