Category: History

Shipwrecks Discovered
History In the Water Wrecks

Two Shipwrecks Discovered in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

NOAA maritime archaeologists and partners have located and identified two previously undiscovered historic shipwrecks in Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

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Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory
History In the Water Training

Scuba Diving in the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory

The NASA Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory trains astronauts for space, but not without the help of a team of dedicated scuba divers.

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Half Moon
History In the Water Wrecks

Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: The Half Moon

There are 12 Underwater Archaeological Preserves in Florida, scattered from the northwestern Panhandle down to the Florida Keys. Today we visit the Half Moon.

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Winfield Scott
History In the Water Wrecks

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the SS Winfield Scott

National marine sanctuaries protect some of the most spectacular ocean and Great Lakes resources in the United States, including shipwrecks like the SS Winfield Scott.

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New stuff
Paralenz

What Makes Paralenz the Best Underwater Action Camera for Divers?

The Paralenz Dive Camera was one of 2017’s biggest innovations in underwater videography. What makes it so special?
by Press Release
Green Sea Turtles

Climate Change May Be Turning 99 Percent of Baby Green Sea Turtles into Females

A warmer external temperature means 99 percent of baby green sea turtles are turning into females, endangering the worldwide population
by Rebecca Strauss
Ocean Corridor

Proposed Ocean Corridor Would Protect Migrating Species

A proposed ocean corridor between Ecuador and Costa Rica would protect migrating endangered species.
by Kathryn Curzon
Baby Turtle

A Baby Turtle Who Lost His Way

A baby turtle gets turned around on a busy road in Grand Cayman, but never fear: A Good Samaritan is there to shepherd him to the beach and on his way.
by Guest Author