The World Federation for Coral Reef Conservation (WFCRC) is a nonprofit organization utilizing spatial data to more effectively advance the understanding and conservation of coral reefs.
South Florida is not only the destination for millions of water enthusiastic travelers each year, but, also for determined sea turtles searching for a safe haven where they can nest and reproduce in masses at the same time and same place, which is also known as ‘Arribada’.
It is relatively rare to spot the massive marine creature known as the whale in portions of our waters on a regular basis.
By guest blogger Christina Albright-Mundy Phytoplankton is comprised of over 5,000 algal species, most of which fall into one of the…
Like many predators, sharks tend to prey upon the weak and diseased, helping to keep the disease under control and leaving the healthy to breed and continue to repopulate.
Stop the Ocean’s Silent Killer – Scuba Divers Fight Back Against Marine Debris
Divers put their hearts together and always try to make a difference for those needing compassion and support the most.
How would you like to help support shark conservation, research, and education? How would you like to do that by…
While there are millions of tons of garbage in the oceans, ninety-percent of it is plastic.
While Master Divers had been steadily raising funds over the past few months, our principal event was the swim around Koh Tao and Finathon Finish Line party.
Don´t miss SHARK WEEK a fundraising carnival for the Ocean Foundation´s Colorado Ocean Coalition on Saturday August 10th at 3:00pm…
Our fascination in this divecation came about when a fellow Go SCUBA member spoke about his Florida shark tooth diving adventures at a club meeting.
There is one overwhelming goal that we as devoted divers must strive to make come to fruition within our lifetime.
We’d like to invite you to support the Manta Ray Black Tie Ball raising funds for Project AWARE Foundation.
There is no cause more powerful than ocean conservation. Our oceans are one of our most precious resources. With factors such as global climate change and marine debris, the imminent danger is growing each day and time is of the essence.
As their name states, they are part of the grouper family, also referred to as the jewfish.
Once the reefs are gone, it may not be the end of the world, but it would be the end of something wonderful, ancient, rich, and lifegiving.
Together with the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Affairs, WWF Indonesia, launched a shark campaign in May!