It’s a simple idea: we all do better when we work together and invest in our future. That’s why we are always looking for new ways to collaborate with others. We are super happy & proud to announce that we are working closely with the University of Hull in the UK.
They are interested in similar research as we are: such as if fishing is affecting the likelihood of sharks, rays and indicator species in the ‘true’ Gili Matra Marine Recreational Reserve on the west side of Gili T and the other less protected areas of the reserve which are open for diving, fishing and other activities.
This work will be carried out with Dr Domino Joyce a lecturer in Evolutionary Biology and Zoology. The University of Hull has a rich background in Marine Sciences and we are excited to have them on board with us as we work together to establish`Indonesia’s first shark nursery in 2019.