MarineGEO-TMON Publication List
Chesapeake Bay Bioblitz 2018
Each MarineGEO site will have a defined geographic footprint encompassing major local habitat types, share a set of standardized scientific protocols, and collaborate in training and data sharing.
Using standardized, long-term observations and experiments conducted across sites, MarineGEO will:
The MarineGEO initiative is designed to yield:
MarineGEO is the first and only worldwide network to study the land-sea interface, a critical area where marine life is at its most abundant and the effects of human activity are most pronounced. The initiative brings together a diverse array of disciplines—biological sciences, ecology, biogeochemistry, paleoecology, geology, anthropology, and archaeology—to conduct coordinated experiments that measure the biodiversity of near-shore marine ecosystems.