The more we know, the better we can preserve
We explore one of the least known and least protected natural habitats on Earth:
Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems
FOLLOW US INTO THE TWILIGHT ZONE
Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems (MCEs) play a significant role in coral reef resilience in the face of global changes. They also host unique species. Protecting them is necessary to maintain healthy Oceans.
Having a better knowledge and understanding of our environment is key TO a more efficient preservation of the biodiversity. UNSEEN aims to help FILL the knowledge gap that exists on MCEs by leading pioneering expeditions to document and study them.
DEEP REEFS OF THE FAR EAST
Discover the unknown yet crucial deep-reef ecosystems in one of the remotest regions of Indonesia.
CLEANING SESSION IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE II
Explore the deep reefs of the Nusa Penida Marine Protected Area and east Bali, Indonesia, in the search of cleaning stations.
IT’S TIME TO PROTECT
Most of the natural ecosystems are already heavily damaged by human activities worldwide. The current fights led by scientists and conservationists are to try to restore some of them to their initial state while slowing down the ongoing destruction of the last wild places.
Documenting and studying the biodiversity of the deep reefs and understanding the threats they face from anthropogenic ACTIVITIES to raise awareness and propose concrete and quick solutions are critical for better ocean conservation.
But it needs to be done now, before it is too late.
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