Deaf scuba divers experience the underwater world differently. Read on to learn what deaf scuba diving is like and how to be a good buddy to a deaf or hard-of-hearing diver.
Researchers in the Galapagos have successfully completed ultrasounds on free-swimming whale sharks and taken blood samples from adult whale sharks for the first time ever in the wild.
Conservation agency Green Fins has released a new #DoNotFeedTheFish infographic.
Northern sea otters are recolonizing Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. NOAA Nancy Foster Scholar Jessica Hale is studying their habits.
Invasive seaweed at Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary has found an enemy in underwater landscaper and PhD student Lindsay Marks.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Ron Watkins.
One year after Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc across the Florida Keys, local dive-tour operators and other businesses are helping to identify and remove debris.
This fall, NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries is teaming up with Ocean Exploration Trust to explore the marine ecosystems of the West Coast and Hawaii.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Shane Gross.
One of the more difficult parts of underwater photography is getting the color right. But there are some techniques to help you get the most out of your underwater images.
Green Fins is conducting an active social media campaign to mark the International Year of the Reef. The new Alternatives to Anchoring infographic is the second action point in the campaign.
In this series of articles, we’ll shine a spotlight on some of the world’s best underwater photographers. Today we highlight Tanya Houppermans.
When a 6.9-magnitude tremor struck Lombok on August 5th the damage was devastating. The community is struggling to recover after the Lombok earthquake.
A new underwater “ARTivism” campaign aims to highlight the dangers posed by — and solutions for — ocean acidification.
Conservation organization Oceana weighs in on essential legislation to end shark-fin importation in to the U.S — and how you can help.
In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we visit with Michelle Manson.
NOAA’s of National Marine Sanctuaries wants to know what the ocean and Great Lakes mean to you. Enter the Beloved Deep Blue photo contest and show them.
The search for the Roanoke continues off the coast of Bermuda, this time with the help of Philippe and Ashlan Cousteau.