Author Lindsay Bonito

100IC in the Cook Island News

The 100IC Team just returned from the most recent expedition to French Polynesia’s Tuamotu archipelago (Tikehau, Rangiroa, Takapoto) and the Line Islands (Millenium, Vostok, Flint). A newly released article in the Cook Island News highlights the 100 Island Challenge and this particular research trip, which was jointly hosted by Scripps Institute of Oceanography and the

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Northern Marianas Islands

By Chris Sullivan   100 Island challenge team member Chris Sullivan recently accompanied NOAA’s Coral Reef Ecosystem Program (CREP) on their Mariana Archipelago Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program scientific expedition across the Northern most islands of the archipelago. This is Chris’s second time visiting the Marianas as part of CREP’s efforts. Although the islands are

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New Publication: “Bright Spots” in Coral Reefs

“Bright spots among the world’s coral reefs” Nature (2016) Joshua E. Cinner, Cindy Huchery, M. Aaron MacNeil, Nicholas A.J. Graham, Tim R. McClanahan, Joseph Maina, Eva Maire, John N. Kittinger, Christina C. Hicks, Camilo Mora, Edward H. Allison, Stephanie D’Agata, Andrew Hoey, David A. Feary, Larry Crowder, Ivor D. Williams, Michel Kulbicki, Laurent Vigliola, Laurent

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Maug’s Caldera: A Natural Laboratory

In May of 2014, 100 Island Challenge team members Clinton Edwards and Mike Fox joined the National Atmospheric and Atmospheric Administration Coral Reef Ecosystem Program (CREP) on the vessel Hi’ialakai for a special mission to the Island of Maug, located in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands National Monument. Essentially a sunken volcano caldera,

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