Individual users and groups throughout the world are using Marine Debris Tracker
to log and document marine debris. We highlight our top users below to thank them for all their amazing work. As you track more, you change sea life forms
! Tracking statistics are posted in real time and always current.
Thanks to all our trackers!
|GSTC Citizen Science|| The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a marine turtle rehabilitation, research, and education facility on Jekyll Island. The Center's Marine Debris Citizen Science participants keep Jekyll Island's beaches free of marine debris.||321869||55730|
|OldMarketPhoto ||Old Market Photo has a passion for photographic light and to take 18,000 steps a day. The path behind him is cleaner than what faces him because he picks up litter and documents it all with MDT! Find him on Twitter @oldmarketphoto.||87697||10849|
|muvemiami||Museum Volunteers for the Environment (MUVE) is Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science volunteer based restoration project. Conserving coastal habitats in South Florida. #citizenscience||52998||8314|
|Mote HAP Interns||Dedicated Tracker||14387||8091|
|FOHI Turtles||In cooperation with South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the volunteers of the Sea Turtle Conservation Project commit their early mornings from May through mid-October to walk the beaches of Hunting Island State Park, locating and protecting nests, relocating nests when necessary, and conducting nest inventories after the hatchlings emerge. ||11038||5480|
|treehuggerlisa ||Lisa is an avid sailor, surfer, paddleboard yogi, beach sweeper, and scuba diver certified as a PADI divemaster. She works as a Solid Waste Assistant Director for local government with a focus on resource management at the coast including proper disposal, marine debris prevention and removal, environmental education, waste reduction, and recycling.||37435||5249|