Media Contact

Tyler Stiem
Communications Manager
email: t.stiem@fisheries.ubc.ca
tel: +1 604-827-5142

Species Spotlight

The long-snouted seahorse, found in Europe, is often found on seagrasses, macroalgae and colonial invertebrates.

"China’s marine fisheries have reached a tipping point, with overfishing & habitat destruction becoming urgent problems."

Staff Spotlight

PhD student

Featured Resource

1. Seahorses are marine fish with several life history characteristics hypothesized to make them resilient but are of conservation concern because of their international trade and habitat loss. 2....

CITES, conservation and geopolitics

3 Aug 2011

Dr. Amanda Vincent, Director of Project Seahorse, reports from the latest meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, or CITES. Read the latest news about marine conservation in West Africa and the Indo-Pacific. Read her blog here.