Thriving ‘middle light’ reefs may offer hope for shallower, degraded reefs
NOAA-funded scientists have found extensive and biologically diverse coral ecosystems occurring at depths between 100-500 feet within a 12 mile span off the southwestern coast of Puerto Rico.
Mesoamerican Caribbean Reef is a Project Hotbed
The MACR is a complex tapestry of interconnected ecosystems, including barrier and fringing reefs, atolls and patch corals, sea grass beds and mangrove systems.
Mid-life metamorphosis: Accountant to PADI Instructor
Most divers have entertained the notion of going pro and turning their passion for getting wet into a full-time career.
A day in a Cenote changes up the dive program
Just across the channel from Cozumel, there’s a vibrant community of cave and tech-oriented divers that get their thrills from exploring the myriad cenotes that dot the Yucatan Peninsula.
CONSERVATIONCITES4sharks: Historic Shark Decisions Survive Final Threat at CITES Plenary
WWF Statement on Drilling in the Arctic
Study shows widespread climate changes underway in B.C’s Oceans affecting fisheries, deep sea-diversity and coastal habitats
Coral Sea makes ocean conservation history
Glass sponge reefs: New marine protected areas, 1 of 12
WODC: Eleven critical issues affecting our oceans
The Coral Sea: Our Ocean Paradise
WWF Canada: Sobey Fund for Oceans gives students an opportunity to demonstrate ocean leadership
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SCUBAMARTI Tips for “Reef Friendly” Diving
Cousteau Divers creates participative science program
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New Project AWARE Action Plan Galvanizes Scuba Divers for Ocean Protection
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Kittiwake – Cayman’s New Artificial Reef
Expedition adventures: diving with purpose
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