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Areas of Focus

Perry Institute for Marine Science supports a wide range of research that is helping protect our oceans. Our work is helping leaders, environmentalists and activists in America and around the world to improve conservation management, understand threats to our marine ecosystems, support Marine Protected Areas, and develop restoration strategies.

Corals and Reefs

Coral reefs cover less than 1% of the world, but they are home to nearly 25% of the world's marine life. Today, our reefs are in crisis. Nearly a third are destroyed and, if left unchecked, the rest could be destroyed in the next 30 years. The Perry Institute for Marine Science is conducting research right now that to help these threatened environments.
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Fisheries

The research we conduct and support on fisheries has improved the understanding and management of economically and ecologically important species throughout the Caribbean and western Atlantic.
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Ecosystems

Marine resources have a relatively untapped potential for commercially important compounds. The Caribbean Marine Research Center at the Perry Institute for Marine Science is actively supporting this rapidly growing field with several projects focused on discovery and development.
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Management Strategies

The Caribbean Marine Research Center at the Perry Institute for Marine Science is the Caribbean's leader in the assessment of effective management strategies, as well as in essential fish habitats, biological diversity and productivity.
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Technological Development

As part of NURP (NOAA's Undersea Research Program), the Caribbean Marine Research Center supports projects that encourage the development and use of new technologies in our effort to better understand and protect our oceans.
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Threatened Marine Species

Hundreds of marine species around the world are in danger of extinction. Find out how the Perry Institute for Marine Science is working with the World Conservation Union (IUNC), the Ocean Conservancy and other groups to bring attention to this worldwide crisis.
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