So Happy Together
17 June 2016

Isla Mujeres & The Whale Shark Feeding Aggregation

Every year, between June and September, hundreds of whale sharks can be found in the deep waters northeast of Isla Mujeres, Mexico.

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Why Does Pollution Really Happen?
3 May 2016

Why Does Pollution Really Happen?

There are many complex problems around living more harmoniusly and importanty - sustainability. This is a brief run into analysis of pollution as a whole.

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Laysan Island
19 April 2016

Marine Debris & Plastic Pollution: A Harsh Real...

The same way people usually think marine resources are infinite, they tend to assume that no matter the amount of trash dumped in the sea, the effects are always insignificant. As the oceans are so wide, we tend to believe that pollutants will dilute and the problem will be solved. But the current state of our oceans says otherwise. On the following posts we will learn more ...

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Red King Crab
6 November 2015

King Crab Invasion

Thanks to Discovery Channel’s popular «Deadliest Catch» TV series, the red king crab has become known across the globe. Native to the north Pacific, this armored behemoth has invaded Norwegian waters and is considered a dangerous, alien species.

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Sustainable-Seafood
13 October 2015

Are we eating sustainable seafood?

As divers, we learn how to appreciate the sea. And if we appreciate it, we should care for it. One of the most important things we can do for the environment is to learn how to be sustainable consumers. It is time to ask ourselves: are we eating sustainable seafood?

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28 September 2015

Victory! Master Diver Joe Lepore Explores the S...

Carapace Dive Master Joe Lepore teams up with National Geographic’s Pristine Seas and the Waitt Foundation for a 10 day expedition to the Savage Islands to film and conduct the first surveys of the health of the islands’ underwater systems, from shallow to deep.

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Bargibant's Seahorse
5 August 2015

iSeahorse: saving seahorses through citizen sci...

Have you ever spotted a seahorse on one of your dives? Sharing your sighting on iSeahorse could help make a difference in seahorse research and conservation.

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Cenote Diving
19 January 2015

Diving the Cenote Caverns, Riviera Maya

"Sacred wells" to the Mayans, the Cenote caverns' cool and crystal clear water fills almost 300 miles of interconnected passageways punctuated by surreal shafts of daylight that make for unforgettable cavern diving.

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Coral Outcrop, Flynn Reef
1 January 2015

Ocean Acidification: Causes and Consequences

Ocean acidification is having a dire impact on marine organisms and ecosystems in oceans all over the world. Lets take a closer look at how ocean acidification threatens coral reefs, marine productivity, and life as we know it - both in the oceans and on land.

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Bargibanti pygmy seahorse
8 December 2014

Save Bangka Island

In Indonesia, North Sulawesi Province, between of two famous diving destination Bunaken and Lembeh Strait, there is an island called Bangka (Regency of North Minahasa).

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