Penguins

7 Crucial Organizations that Study
and Protect the Ocean

Oceanites is honored to be included in this article about 7 Crucial Organizations That Study & Protect The Ocean. This is a great article and we hope you enjoy it. The article mentions how Oceanites utilizes “the power of science, policy, and education programs to monitor and assess penguins, the Southern Ocean ecosystem, and the […]

My dear friend Frank . . .

We bow our heads respectfully and with abundant sorrow — penguins, penguin-lovers, and all of us who knew Frank Todd and who are and will be indescribably saddened by news of his passing. Frank was a dear, life-long friend and the one who singularly molded and nurtured my love for penguins and Antarctica. Vividly, I recall every second of […]

My dear friend Frank . . .

We bow our heads respectfully and with abundant sorrow — penguins, penguin-lovers, and all of us who knew Frank Todd and who are and will be indescribably saddened by news of his passing. Frank was a dear, life-long friend and the one who singularly molded and nurtured my love for penguins and Antarctica. Vividly, I recall every second of […]

Huge Antarctic Conservation Achievements at CCAMLR 35 . . .

This has been a very memorable and exciting day in the history of CCAMLR — the Commission for Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources. Four key achievements have been advanced: • Establishing the world’s largest marine protected area in the Ross Sea • Establishing 100% observer coverage in the krill fishery • Adopting a 5-year […]

The Mapping Application for Penguin Populations and Projected Dynamics (MAPPPD) is now live! . . .

The penguin population tool — MAPPPD (Mapping Application for Penguin Populations and Projected Dynamics) — that the Lynch Lab @ Stony Brook University & the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have developed for Oceanites is now live. Go to: www.penguinmap.com Ron Naveen, from Oceanites, explains: “MAPPPD keeps Oceanites and the Antarctic Site Inventory on the […]