Ocean conservation work takes me to many an unusual locale, but none stranger than tomorrow’s destination: Las Vegas. I’m headed there to attend the annual…View More Shark Feeding, Managed Risk, and the Tredwellian Paradigm
David Aldridge is a phytoplankton-loving marine biology PhD student at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton, UK. Also the founder and editor of Words in mOcean, a…View More Evolving to dive deep
Big tip ‘o the hat to @RebeccaRHelm on Twitter for sharing this beautiful video with great music on it. Make sure you stick with the…View More Beneath Antarctic Ice: Gelatinous Edition
From BBC Earth Youtube page: Phillipe Coustaeau and the team dive in the Red Sea, one of the warmest seas in the world. Despite the…View More TGIF – Underwater Fluorescent Disco
I’ve been on stealth mode for the past few months, in part because my workload doubled this year and I’ve been serving double duty at…View More 30 Meters. 70 Bull Sharks. ‘Nuff Said.
Boat…check. Submarine…check. Scuba platform…check. Submarine , boat, and dive platform…check. The Scubacraft 3 and 6 are the newest ultimate watercraft. Price tag? Well, that is…View More Submersible or Boat? Both!
…and I thought I was burdened with gear The sole example of this steampunkesque diving suit appears Musée de la Marine in Paris. Built by…View More 19th Century Scuba
A brave clan of 86 British scuba divers have reclaimed the coveted world title for underwater ironing, defeating Australia’s previous record of 72 scuba divers…View More Extreme Underwater Ironing