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Boonty (Boonty) Jerome, Tour leader, Instructeur à plongee-bali-francophone.com J'aime tous les types de plongée et prendrais un grand plaisir à partager mon amour pour les eaux Balinaise et Indonésienne. PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor
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Dave (Crane) Been involved in the diving industry since 1982. Certified as a recreational diver in 1980. I've been fortunate to have dived pretty much everywhere diving is available. Settled in the Ryukyu Islands (Okinawa) in 2012 and started Dave's Duck n Dive, after being in Japan for 12 years. I'm an old school diver with old school safety habits and enjoy passing on the knowledge I've accumulated over 30 odd years of diving. PADI Instructor Development Course (IDC) Staff Instructor
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Gianluca Beretta (gianlucaFelipe) First Federal dive certification at 16 years, ever since his diving career proceeds without stopping until the acquisition of certifications in FIPSAS / CMAS 3 star PADI master instructor, SSI instructor trainer and also diver of civil defense protection and hyperbaric technical operator . As an underwater photographer and instructor has been working for years in the tourist villages of different tour operators and on cruise ships of the Silver Sea and Star Clipper line. Numerous collaborations for magazines of Italian and foreign diving industry and also for the daily 'Tirreno'. It has a participation in an underwater archaeological campaign conducted by the University of Oxford. He dived in all the seas of the world by testing personally travel present in tour operators' catalogs with whom he collaborated. In 1995 he received the Platinum card 5000 SSI for having made 5000 dives and scuba diving have brought honor to Italy. PADI Master Instructor
Sacha Ulmer (dolphindivers) Welcome to Dolphin Divers : Koh Chang Dive Center, Diving Course, Learn diving In Koh Chang, We are an exclusive diving center in Koh Chang with 17 years strong experience in the diving industry in Thailand. Our School is managed by a Swiss Team (The only Swiss team on the Island). PADI Master Instructor
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In this post of the Ocean Threats Series, we will see how Shark finning- an unsustainable fishing practice - is affecting our ocean predators, and consequently, the oceans and ourselves.
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 about the problem of marine debris, so keep following us!
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?
Manta rays are fantastic animals. Divers who had the chance to live an encounter say it’s an experience you can never forget. Having one of the largest brain of all fish, these animals are considered very intelligent, and it is believed they remember previous information, such as where to find the best feeding spots. Keep reading to discover more amazing facts about this whimsical creature!
In Part 1, we started investigating the problem of shark finning- a bit of history, current state of our seas, and how this problem can affect us and the seas around us. Now, taking a step further, we look at what we can do to help our sharks.
Last post we started investigating the problem of overfishing. Now let’s take it a step further and see what we can do to help our beloved oceans. Keep following!
Non-sustainable practices are pushing our marine ecosystem over the edge. How are overfishing practices affecting our oceans, and ultimately bringing consequences to the human population?