- Turtles – green (Chelonia mydas) and hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata)
- Seabirds – Boobys (Sula spp), Frigate (Fregata spp)
- Pelagic predators - open ocean sharks, rays and tuna
- Coral reef
- Reef fish
People involved at ZSL
Dr Heather Koldewey is the Head of Marine and Freshwater Conservation
Rachel Jones is the Project Manager for the Bertarelli Programme in Marine Science
Emma Levy is the Project Administrator for the Bertarelli Programme in Marine Science
Partners and sponsors
The Bertarelli Programme in Marine Science is kindly supported by the Bertarelli Foundation.
Previous work in BIOT has been funded by: PEW Charitable Trusts; Darwin Initiative - Overseas Territories Challenge Fund; PEW Environment Group; Defra; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Waterloo Foundation; Blue Marine Foundation;; University College London; Rufford Small Grants Foundation.
Our partners include: Chagos Conservation Trust; Marine Resources Assessment Group; Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science; Marine Management Organisation; University of Bangor; University of Western Australia; University College London;, University of Oxford; University of Exeter; University of Montpellier; Stanford University; Scottish Association of Marine Science; Natural History Museum; Deakin University; Manta Trust; University of Swansea; University of Lancaster; Australian Institute of Marine Science.