An annual marine conservation conference held at sea which is open to students, professionals and the general public.
Dedicated to increasing the awareness of global marine conservation challenges
Current shark research projects include population studies and satellite tagging to observe geographic distribution and migration patterns.
Marine conservation education for the general public, K-12 and university students. Presentations are held at schools, universities and public areas.
Interested in becoming a marine conservation ambassador and spreading the word about global marine conservation topics near you? Sign up to hear from us when this exciting new program will be available!
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals. Your generous donation will fund our mission. The Moore Center for Marine Conservation is an IRS approved 501(3)(c) non profit public charity. All donations made to our non profit are tax deductible.
WE ALSO ACCEPT BOAT DONATIONS AND ARE IN NEED OF A LARGER VESSEL ,45' PLUS, FOR OUR SHARK RESEARCH.
IF YOU HAVE A VESSEL YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@MOORECONSERVATION.ORG.
Dr. James Lindholm - Dr. Lindholm is the James W. Rote Distinguished Professor of Marine Science and Policy and the Director of the Institute for Applied Marine Ecology at California State University Monterey Bay. He achieved his BA at California Polytechnic State University and his MA and PhD from Boston University.
Moriah Moore – President of Coastal Marine Education and Research Academy (CMERA) where she dedicates herself to the research of elasmobranchs as well as educating and training college undergraduates in marine biology, ecology, and field research. She has degrees from University of West Florida and Coastal Carolina University.
Alan Moore - President of The Moore Center for Marine Conservation. Alan has been researching elasmobranchs in South Carolina and Florida and has a passion for shark conservation. He is also the Director of Operations and Business Development for the Coastal Marine Education and Research Academy.
Paige Plier - Environmental Specialist with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in Pensacola. Paige is passionate about increasing awareness of modern day environmental issues and reviving positive human relationships with wildlife. She received her B.A. from the University of Missouri – Columbia and her M.A. from the University of West Florida.
We are dedicated to marine conservation education. If you would like us to give a presentation to your students, school group, university or social group regarding shark conservation or marine conservation issues facing marine life and ecosystems globally please contact us for availablity.