National Geographic Crittercam

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The National Geographic’s Remote Imaging department collaborates with KAI Marine Services in the tracking and filming with National Geographic Crittercams® of marine pelagic species in the Mediterranean. In complement to the scientific purpose of this collaboration, that searches to find answers to some of our questions on how the open ocean ecosystem works,  National Geographic contributes to the outreach of the marine Survey work conducted by KAI.

NOAA NMFS

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The Fisheries Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States plays a key role Worldwide in the search of solutions to the interactions between fisheries and endangered species. Through collaboration initiated in 2005, NOAA has provided economic and logistical support for the development of fishing trials and sea turtle ecology studies focusing on the problem of bycatch in surface longlines.

Standford University - Hopkins Marine Station

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The Hopkins Marine Station was founded in 1892 as the first marine laboratory on the west coast of North America. The modern laboratory facilities on the 11-acre campus on Cabrillo Point house ten faculty, all members of the Department of Biology. The Miller Library has a collection of literature in marine science. The Hopkins faculty offers undergraduate and graduate courses in biology which focus on the marine realm and involve topics including oceanography, environmental and comparative physiology, molecular evolution, biomechanics, cellular biology, conservation biology, and neurobiology and behavior.

GTOPP

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The Global Tagging of Pelagic Predators (GTOPP) program is an international, multidisciplinary collaboration among biologists, engineers, computer scientists and educators, which will allow users to view and interact with animal tracking data, as well as oceanographic datasets, to marine life observation.

The GTOPP program builds on the accomplishments of the Tagging of Pacific Predators (TOPP) program, one of the original field research projects of the global Census of Marine Life.

HYDRA

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HYDRA is a partnership of several private research institutions and consulting companies that came together between 1987 and 1995, with the aim of providing an international network for services, research and training in aquatic and environmental sciences was created, in which the expertise from different fields merges. Since 2012, HYDRA and KAI Marine Services have collaborated in diverse outreach and research projects.

USFWS

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The Fish and Wildlife Service of the United States plays a strategic role in the conservation of the loggerhead turtle populations that KAI studies in the Mediterranean. These turtles, originating from the nesting grounds of the western North Atlantic are currently threatened during parts of their lifecycle in the open sea, and there conservation therefore requires international concerted action. The USFWS collaborates with KAI Marine Services since 2012 on a programme addressing the issue of sea turtle bycatch mitigation in the Spanish long distance fisheries.

Alnitak

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Alnitak is a Spanish registered nonprofit organization that has specialized since 1990 in the conservation of marine biodiversity mainly through the design of protected areas and the development of technological measures to better study and protect highly mobile marine species as cetaceans, seabirds and turtles. Alnitak and KAI have collaborated in diverse projects since 2010.

SOCIB

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SOCIB is a multi-platform distributed and integrated system that provides streams of oceanographic data and modeling services to support operational oceanography in a European and international framework.

Through ALNITAK, KAI Marine Services works with the SOCIB on the OASIS Program development.

MEPA

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The Malta Environment & Planning Authority is the national agency responsible for land use planning and environmental regulation in Malta.

Through the LIFE Migrate Project, KAI Marine Services works with MEPA  to enable studies to be carried out on the status of the population of the loggerhead turtle and of the bottlenose dolphin in Maltese waters.

CME

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The Spanish Maritime Cluster (Clúster Marítimo Español) is a national, cross-sectoral leadership alliance that brings together the diverse ocean community to collaborate on stewardship of the seas.

KAI Marine Services works with CME to support safe and sustainable operations and to educate the public and stakeholders about the role of responsible companies in addressing environmental concerns.

Mission Blue

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Mission Blue es la apuesta de Silvia Earle para unir a actores de todo el mundo en la conservación de los océanos. A través de "The Sylvia Earle Alliance's (SEA)" empresas e instituciones trabajan de manera coordinada para elevar la conciencia pública en relación a la necesidad de preservar la vida marina, además de aportar conocimiento y apoyo para la creación de Áras Marinas Protegidas en todos los océanos del Planeta. A través de KAI Expeditions, KAI Marine Services colabora con Mission Blue para hacer del mar Mediterráneo un ejemplo internacional de buenas prácticas en la conservación de la biodiversidad marina.

MAGRAMA

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KAI Marine Services works with the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment  with regards to the implementation of requirements under the framework of marine biodiversity conservation policy and strategy at the national and international levels.

Fundación Biodiversidad

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Fundación Biodiversidad is a public foundation of the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment that works to preserve Spain´s natural heritage, promoting its conservation as a stregic resource that creates wealth and well-being for society.

Through ALNITAK, KAI Marine Services works with the Fundación Biodiversidad on various national and international initiatives focusing on the conservation of marine ecosystems.

BIOECOMAC

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The Research Group on Biology, Ecology and Marine Conservation (BIOECOMAC) of La Laguna University focus on the development of studies on population, distribution, habitat use, foraging ecology, diving behaviour and acoustic ecology of different cetacean species.

KAI Marine Services works with the BIOECOMAC on various national and international projects to help understanding the biology of the cetacean species and the ecological requirements for their conservation.

IEO

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The Spanish Institute of Oceanography , is a public research organization, with a variety of  oceanographic research activities.

KAI Marine Services works with IEO in different research projects.

ColdStream Creative

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ColdStream Creative, is a multi-tiered independent media production and consulting company.  They develop, produce, and distribute documentary films on subjects of environmental and social significance.

Throgh KAI Expeditions, KAI Marine Services works with ColdStream Creative to offer a wide range of innovative media and video production services for educational, non-profit and commercial use.

SmartFish

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SmartFish is a social enterprise that rescues value in SSF to make them profitably sustainable by creating local and regional markets for sustainable seafood within developing nations. SmartFish market initiatives complement sustainable fishery management practices, incentivizing management for fishermen and processors and serving as the missing link for sustainability from bait to plate.

Ocean Care

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OceanCare is a Swiss nonprofit organisation that has specialized since 1989 in the conservation of marine mammals and oceans mainly through research and conservation projects, campaigns, environmental education as well as its contributions to a range of important international committees. OceanCare was granted Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and is an official partner of the UNEP/CMS Agreement on the Conservation of Cetaceans in the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Contigous Atlantic Area (ACCOBAMS).