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The Categories of the 2018 Ocean Awards

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The Ocean Awards will focus on five topics to recognise and reward for 2018. Spanning a variety of genres we're expecting some fantastic entries.

Click here to see the winners of the Ocean Awards 2017

Use the links below to read more on each of the categories and then submit your nomination here.

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The Local Hero

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2017 Ocean Awards Winner, Dennis Bryan Bait-It, Project Sharklink, Inc.

This award recognises the individual or group that has had the most positive impact on the marine environment within their local community this year. The winner will be a recognised leader on marine conservation issues within their community or organisation.

Criteria: Nominees for this award must either have initiated or taken a lead in influencing a significant effort for the benefit of the ocean within their community, or seen a significant milestone in a previously initiated effort.

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Science

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2017 Ocean Awards Winner, Daniel Pauly & Dirk Zeller, Sea Around Us, the University of British Columbia

This award recognises the individual or research team that has made the most important scientific contribution to the ocean this year.

Criteria: Nominees for this award must have published or significantly contributed towards a game changing piece of scientific research that can be used for the benefit of global marine conservation or ocean health.

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