"I am Wild Oceans"
Megan Carpenter. Wild Oceans Research Assistant.
Join us in welcoming the newest member of Wild Oceans. Megan is helping us understand how climate change and ocean warming are impacting individual marine species, species interactions, and dependent fisheries in coastal waters of the United States.View more
Protect the Prey Base
Protecting prey fish, the predator fish and fisheries that depend on them, as well as the survival of marine mammals and seabirds, is sound environmental and economic policy. It’s a win for all of us, for wild oceans and the future of fishing.View more
Bring Back the Big Fish
By removing too many of the sea’s keystone predators, we weaken an entire tier at the top of the food chain. This may have dire biological consequences throughout the ecosystem, far beyond the social, economic and moral costs of depleted ocean fisheries.View more