Meet the 2013 Pew Marine Fellows

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Meet the 2013 Pew Marine Fellows

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The Pew Marine Fellows class of 2013 will tackle some of the most challenging issues in ocean conservation — from overfishing, to climate uncertainty, to the loss of top predators in the ecosystem.

Get to know Rohan Arthur, Gill Braulik, Yimnang Golbuu, Meity Mongdong, and Anne Salomon. Their work will take them through the coral reefs in India's Lakshadweep Archipelago, the coastal waters of Tanzania, protected areas in Palau and Micronesia, Indonesia's Raja Ampat Archipelago, and the coastal regions of Alaska and British Columbia, respectively.

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