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Atlantic Sailing eXXpedition Researches Plastic Pollution and Human Health

By Jennifer Pate It’s a distressing experience to stare at something that looks pristine and untouched by human activity, and yet to know the reality…

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Surfers “Stoked to Collect Data”

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Wednesday, December 31st, 2014, Tags: , , , , , ,

By Emily Wolfe | Photo by John Seaton Callahan SurfEXPLORE was founded on a beach in Mauritania, after surfing a new wave in the middle…

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Sailors Rally for Science

By Emily Stifler Wolfe Before the new year, crew members from 100 sailboats are set to collect 600 ocean water samples from a 602,000-square-nautical-mile area…

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Adventure Science: Bison outside my tent

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Monday, July 14th, 2014, Tags: , , , ,

Landmark is ASC’s groundbreaking project to provide “boots on the ground” support for the American Prairie Reserve management team. Wildlife survey crews consist of skilled outdoors men and women…

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Great Pacific Race: The biggest, baddest microplastics survey

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Monday, June 23rd, 2014, Tags: , ,

By Jordan Holsinger Two thousand, four hundred miles. Up to three months on the ocean. Alone. For most this sounds like a nightmare, but for…

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Family of Sailors Collects Microplastics Samples

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Wednesday, January 7th, 2015, Tags: , , , ,

By Teddy, Helen and Basil Horangic Our names are Teddy (14), Helen (12) and Basil (8), and our family is taking a yearlong sabbatical to…

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Turtle Ninjas

Posted in High Impact Partnerships, Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Tuesday, December 9th, 2014, Tags: , ,

By Nikki Mann These are not sword-wielding turtles moving through the shadows of society to defend humans. These are flashlight-wielding humans, moving through the shadows…

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Trans-Atlantic Sailors Help Microplastics Research

By Emily Wolfe Before the new year, crewmembers from 100 sailboats are set to collect 600 ocean water samples from a 602,000-square-nautical mile area in…

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Adventure science work leads to “critically imperiled” listing for Pacific Marten

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by info@adventureandscience.org, Tuesday, July 1st, 2014, Tags: , , ,

A partnership between Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation and the Olympic National Forest has led to a “critically imperiled” listing by NatureServe for the coastal…

Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation is recruiting ocean-goers from New England and around the world to help study a disturbing form of marine pollution

When paddler, filmmaker and Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation (ASC) adventure scientist Steve Weileman bottled his first sample of sea water off a remote, undeveloped…