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High carbon dioxide levels cause baby fish to lose their way

The larvae of some fish species and invertebrate depend on ocean sounds to direct them to places they are supposed to go, for instance, a sheltered location in shallow waters where they spend their juvenile or adult lives.

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Rare WWII German submarine located in the North Sea

The U-3523 was of the new and highly advanced type XXI U-boats that could have revolutionized the submarine war if enough boats had been completed in due time.

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Nazi gold rumors

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Resting at 123m

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Who will be 2018 DEMA Reaching Out Award Receipients?

This is your opportunity to who you think has made a positive contribution to the growth and sus

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Philippine President shuts Boracay Island to tourists for 6 months

The tourism boom which Boracay has seen over the past decade or two has brought jobs and investment but strained the island's water and rubbish disposal systems and its sewer system.

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2018 WDHOF Class Inducted at BTS

The six ladies - four American, two non-Americans - are:

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Apply now for Hamilton Dive Medicine Research Grant

Hamilton worked with some interesting people, including cutting edge explorers such as .

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"We need to help the new explorers" states BTS award winner Jeff Bozanic

Jeff made the following speech after receiving the award.

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Western Australia is Australia's great white shark hot spot

According to Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), there are no reliable estimates of white shark population sizes or trends in Australian waters, but genetic evidence suggests there are two populations

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On a related note: Nova Scotia's great white shark mating hot spot

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Why are not all sharks streamlined?

Large livers, bulky bodies

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WWII Japanese battleship possibly found in the Solomon Islands

The Hiei was sunk off Guadalcanal Island, one of the fiercest battlefields of the Pacific War and was the first Japanese battleship to be lost in the conflict.

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Blue Planet II nominated for six BAFTA Awards

This programme has already received the on 23 Janu

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WDHOF announce 2018 Scholarship and Grant Winners

Today this nonprofit organisation has a plethora of scuba diving scholarships supporting educational support in various fields including marine conservation, marine biology, underwater archaeology and public safety diving.

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Oban's Recompression Chamber Is Saved

has taken over the operational management of the chamber after the Scottish Association for Marine Sc

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Fishing nets six times more damaged when dolphins are present

A new study by the University of Exeter has highlighted how overfishing in the Mediterranean has led to dolphins preying on the fish caught in fishing nets in northern Cyprus, due to dwindling fish numbers.

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Squid and dinosaurs lead to development of invisibility material

Materials that can become invisible have long been the stuff of fiction, though this may no longer be the case in the future.

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IANTD joins the RSTC

was founded in 1999 to create minimum recreational di

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