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WELCOME TO GLOVER’S REEF RESEARCH STATION

The Glover’s Reef Research Station is an ideal location for marine research and the only research facility within the Glover’s Reef Marine Reserve.  Owned by the Wildlife Conservation Society, the station is located approximately 45 km off the coast of Belize on the Glover’s Reef Atoll, the southernmost of Belize’s three coral atolls, which supports extraordinarily high biological diversity across its 35,000 hectares. Since 1995, the station has provided a platform for scientists to conduct cutting-edge research at one of the Caribbean’s most complex and important coral reef systems.

We invite you to explore our website and contact us with any queries you may have about visiting the station.

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  • The NYA Wave

    Date: August 2014

    The Wave The Newsletter of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium Click image to enlarge

  • News from Glover's Reef Research Station

    Date: August 2014

    JULY 2014 NEWS FROM GLOVER’S REEF RESEARCH STATION WCS & GOOGLE TEAM UP FOR TURTLES! The WCS 2014 ...

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