Monthly Archives: September 2015

Using Data to Shape the Future of a Sustainable Global Marine Aquarium Trade [Excerpt]

A Philippine collaboration with New England Aquarium on Marine Aquarium Data could be a game-changer. The following article was published at The Fish Channel. This is an excerpt from that article. In March of 2015, Philippine Undersecretary for Fisheries Asis … Continue reading

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Data Collection Tool for Aquarium Trade is Finalist in Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge

The New England Aquarium was selected as one of forty-four finalists in the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge with a project that aims to improve the identification of illegal trade in marine aquarium animals. The project is titled “Live digital invoices for real-time data analytics … Continue reading

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Marine Aquarium Trade Data and Why It Matters [Excerpt]

When it comes to the marine aquarium trade, there are precious few indisputable realities quantified—the trade has almost no data. [The following is an excerpt from a piece I published at The Fish Channel.] I had a high school science … Continue reading

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Data Resources for Marine Aquarium Trade

Today I will present a talk at the Marine Aquarium Conference of North America in Washington, D.C., titled “The Devil is in the Data; Why Data Matter.” During the talk I will mention several resources audience members may want to … Continue reading

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