Alex Rogers

International Programme on the State of the Ocean

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Scientific Director of the International Programme on the State of the Ocean, and Professor of Conservation Biology at Oxford University

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Earth's oceans are essential to human life, but we pay more attention to outer space than to what's in and under the waters.

A Tale of Coral Reefs, Great White Sharks and Rubber Duckies

Earth's oceans are essential to human life, but we pay more attention to outer space than to what's in and under the waters.

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