NOAA, working with private industry partners and the U.S.Read more
A World War II-era aircraft carrier was found on the ocean floor near California's Farallon Islands and it's looking great.
The Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences was founded in 1960 to annually recognise leaders in the field of skin and SCUBA diving.
President Obama announced today that he’s creating the world’s largest marine protected area.Read more
Expanding the Pacific Remote Islands National Marine Monument from almost 87,000 square miles to more than 490,000 square miles.
There are 85 U.S. species of fish listed as endangered and 71 listed as threatened, according to the Fish and Wildlife Service.Read more
A tiny minnow that lives only in Oregon backwaters is the first fish ever taken off U.S. Endangered Species Act protection because it is no longer threatened with extinction.
Juergensen and SubGravity owners; Randy, Josh and Michael Thornton have long co-operated in sales as well as training, and see many benefits for the rebreather community.Read more
Juergensen Marine, Inc. – a leading supplier of advanced expedition-grade rebreathers – is proud to announce an exclusive distribution deal with Utah-based SubGravity.
Boy Scouts in the US can earn a merit badge in oceanography
The surface of the 12-foot pool bubbles like a hot tub while instructors below signal to a group of dive students using a series of hand signals on how to inflate their vest.