Category: Conservation

Conservation

Famous Women in Diving: Dr. Andrea Marshall

Dr. Andrea Marshall is well-known for co-founding the Marine Megafauna Foundation. Here we’ll discuss how she got started and what keeps her motivated.

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Dugongs of Si Kao
Conservation

Saving the Dugongs of Si Kao

The decreasing dugong population in southern Thailand forced the locals there to do something about it. Saving the dugongs of Si Kao has become a team effort.

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5 Gyres
Conservation

Conservation Spotlight: 5 Gyres

In this series of articles, we profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we are chatting with Rachel Sarnoff at 5 Gyres.

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Pride Month
Conservation Stories

Celebrate National Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month with #PrideInTheOcean

NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and Pride Outside teamed up to celebrate Ocean Month and LGBT Pride Month through the #PrideInTheOcean campaign.

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New stuff

Best Secret Dive Spots

You’ve done it all — the GBR, Thailand, Indonesia. What’s next? Here’s are a few of the world’s best secret dive spots to get you started.
by Juanita Pienaar

Top Five Technical Dives in Chuuk Lagoon

Chuuk is one of the world’s best places for wreck diving, both recreational and tech. Here are our picks for the top five technical dives in Chuuk Lagoon.
by Richard Devanney

A Guide to Keeping your Best Underwater Images (and Deleting the Rest)

Spacious memory cards mean that photographers can take thousands of pictures, but which should they keep? Here’s a quick guide to keeping your best underwater images.
by Matt Testoni

Famous Women in Diving: Dr. Andrea Marshall

Dr. Andrea Marshall is well-known for co-founding the Marine Megafauna Foundation. Here we’ll discuss how she got started and what keeps her motivated.
by Hélène Reynaud