Thursday, June 30, 2016

The Southern Expedition: What we found

The results of the Southern Expedition for the Mega Marine Survey are out! These include seven species new to science and more than 160 new records for Singapore!

A massive 30 articles outline the results and had to be published in two volumes in the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology Supplement No. 34 Part I and Part II. Some of these will be featured on the Mega Marine Survey facebook page in the coming weeks.

Friday, August 14, 2015

The Northern Expedition: what we found

The results of the Northern Expedition are published in The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 2015 Supplement No. 31.
With lots of new finds from slugs to seaweeds, sea cucumbers to sea anemones, lots of crabs and other critters! Some of these will be featured on the Mega Marine Survey facebook page in the coming weeks.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Volunteer divers invited to join the Mega Marine Survey

Volunteer to dive with the Mega Marine Survey!
Photo by Toh Chay Hoon on facebook
during a Mega Marine Survey dive
Dives in Jan-Feb 2015 are now open for registration! Registration closes on 14 Nov 2014.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Diving for Treasure: Singapore Style - a video clip of the Southern Expedition

A video clip of the Southern Expedition is now online on the Shell YouTube channel.
It features some of the key activities at the Southern Expedition.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Mega Marine Survey featured in Nature of a City

The Mega Marine Survey and the Southern Expedition (14:18 - 19:00) are featured in Nature of a City a Channel NewsAsia documentary. With Dr Tan Koh Siang speaking during a dredging survey.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

"Small stuff" at the Southern Expedition and why we should care

When asked why he was interested in bryozoans, Dr Kevin Tilbrook of the Queensland Museum joked: "Isn't everyone?"
Grace Chua has captured Dr Kevin's humour that many at the Southern Expedition appreciated (and miss). She also explored why we should care about small stuff that people often overlook, featuring some of the amazing animals encountered during the Mega Marine Survey expeditions.

Mega Marine Survey at the Festival of Biodiversity

The Festival was an awesome explosion of fun for volunteers of the marine community and fellow nature lovers.
President Tony Tan visited the Festival and we take the opportunity to share about the important aspects of our biodiversity. Heng Pei Yan managed to get a smile out of him by showing him how the dugong leaves a feeding trail in our seagrass meadows.

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