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Environmental Science

Science provides a critical foundation for effective environmental conservation measures. Pew pursues a diverse portfolio of scientific projects to answer key questions and provide practical data.

Pew’s experts develop, support, and communicate scientific research and technical analyses that explain critical emerging issues, inform policy, and advance solutions to conservation problems.

Pew Marine Fellows
Pew Marine Fellows
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Pew Announces 2018 Marine Fellows

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From using satellites to monitor mangrove forests to forecasting how fish populations will respond to changing ocean conditions and understanding how plastic waste travels on ocean currents, the 2018 Pew marine fellows will tackle pressing issues affecting ocean conservation. The geographic range of the work is equally broad, with projects planned from New England to Fiji, and Asia to Latin America.

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Ocean Warming to Affect Antarctic Krill Growth

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Climate change is affecting marine ecosystems, and reducing fishing pressure may help offset the impacts of rising ocean temperatures.

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Where Are the Sharks? Scientists Use DNA Sampling to Find Out

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Where Are the Sharks? Scientists Use DNA Sampling to Find Out

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The environmental science project develops and supports scientific research that help to explain critical emerging issues, inform policy and advance solutions to conservation problems.

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The environmental science project develops and supports scientific research that help to explain critical emerging issues, inform policy and advance solutions to conservation problems.

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Deep Coral One minute Dive
Deep Coral One minute Dive
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One Minute Dive

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Marine Conservation