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Whale calves whisper to keep safe

Ecologists from Denmark and Australia made this discovery after tagging two mother humpback whales and eight calves in Exmouth Gulf off western Australia. The reason for this subtle form of communication is to avoid detection by killer whales.

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Simply too many fishing boats in Gulf of California

Scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California discovered that local fishermen are catching fewer fish than before, even though they are spending more time and money to do so.

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Study of coral reefs in Florida and Hawaii show accelerated erosion

At these sites–located in the Florida Keys the US Virgin Islands and Maui in Hawaii–the degradation of coral reefs has caused sea floor depths to increase.

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April 22 is Earth Day

One billion people

Earth Day is now a global event each year, and we believe that more than 1 billion people in 192 countries now take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world.

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Europe's first cave fish discovered

Joachim Kreiselmaier first sighted the loaches in August 2015 while exploring the deepest parts of the Danube-Aach system, which can only be reached under particularly dry conditions in summer and fall.

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Underwater winery opens in Croatia

Located about an hour north of Dubrovnik, in the town of Drače, on the Pelješac peninsula, the Edivo Vina winery requires a quick dive to explore where the wine is stored underwater in clay jugs — called amphorae — at the bottom of Mali Ston Bay

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Underwater Grafitti: A Matter of Life and Death

Doug Pemberton, Vice President ARSBC, writes

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Camera System Stolen From Ginnie

Lauren was diving Ginnie Springs, Florida on the afternoon of Saturday 8th April 2017.

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PADI holds Regional Manager Conference in Santa Margherita, Italy

This edition of the PADI Regional Manager Conference was moved from Bristol , England to Santa Margherita Ligure - a perfect location with eight excellent diving centers and the Marine Protected Area of ​​Portofino and the main destination in Ital

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"Seahorse Symposium" want divers to attend

Syngbio 2017 will be held in lovely Tampa, Florida (USA), May 14-19, 2017, hosted by The University of Tampa and co-hosted by Project Seahorse at the University of British Columbia, Canada.

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'Diving Into The Unknown' Film Now Available To All

On 7th February 2014 a two line report was posted on the forum

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AP Diving Expedition Grade Seasick Bag

Why Do We Get Seasick

We can suffer motion sickness when we go boat diving because we stand on a moving platform. The sensation befuddles the brain.

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Rob Stewart Lawsuit "Not About The Money"

The 37 year-old had been training, filming and diving off Key

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Lack of staff and funds prevent many MPAs from reaching full potential

Marine protected areas (MPAs) are an effective and proven conservation strategy to protect marine biodiversity.

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New coral species at Lord Howe Island possibly the first of many

Although Lord Howe Island, off southeastern Australia is known for its many plant and animal species not found elsewhere, its corals are as yet to be explored, particularly using modern genetic techniques.

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