Category: Blog

Ocean Corridor
Conservation News

Proposed Ocean Corridor Would Protect Migrating Species

A proposed ocean corridor between Ecuador and Costa Rica would protect migrating endangered species.

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Baby Turtle
Conservation In the Water Stories

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.

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Coral Reefs are Bleaching
Conservation In the Water News

Coral Reefs are Bleaching Every Six Years

In sobering news, scientists report that coral reefs are bleaching every six years — four to five times faster than they did in the 1980s.

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deoxygenation
Conservation News

Deoxygenation in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters

By now we know of the serious issues caused by plastics in the world’s oceans, but there is another problem facing the planet’s oceans: deoxygenation.

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New stuff
Undersuit for Your Drysuit

Choosing an Undersuit for Your Drysuit

Choosing an undersuit for your drysuit requires careful selection to keep you snug and warm. What should you look for?
by Richard Devanney
Dive with Grey Nurse Sharks

Top Five Places to Dive with Grey Nurse Sharks in NSW Australia

Here are our picks for the top five places to dive with grey nurse sharks in New South Wales, Australia
by Guest Author
ocean’s fastest animals

The Ocean’s Fastest Animals

Like the cheetah on land, some marine animals are capable of reaching impressive speeds. What are the ocean’s fastest animals?
by Guest Author Lauren Feather
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