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Jason Heller | Jul 12, 2007 2:00 AM
Article by: Sharon Rainis Photos by: Howard Rosenstein I work for Fantasea, which is a company that develops, manufactures and markets products with a focus on water-sports, diving and underwater photography equipment. No matter what product it is- digital camera housing, tray and arm system, underwater flash or torch- it goes through a long process before being introduced to the end customer. In fact, each product goes through 2-5 prototypes before reaching its final form. The initial product prototype is designed by our Engineers in China, after receiving basic guidelines regarding the product's requirements and standards. It is then sent to our main office in Israel for testing...
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Jason Heller | Jul 12, 2007 2:00 AM
The 2007 Malaysia Dive Expo kicked off today in Kuala Lumpur, one of the larger cities and hubs in Southeast Asia. Our very own Wendy Heller is at the show, and will provide daily coverage of the event from KL, as well as the upcoming Tioman Mega Dive - stay tuned for that starting next week...
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Jason Heller | Jul 11, 2007 2:00 AM
An initiated global correspondence toward issue recognition, situational awareness and public information regarding biological destruction of sharks and related or associated species and systems. A demonstrated consensus and petition. We, the shark researchers of the world, are compelled to urge the governments of all nations to take immediate steps to conserve remaining shark populations worldwide. There is a dire and immediate need to raise human awareness globally about the threat to shark populations and to promote their management, before it is too late...
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Jason Heller | Jul 10, 2007 2:00 AM
FiNS Magazine Associate Editors, DPG Contributors and marine life book authors Andrea and Antonella Ferrari (link http://www.reefwonders.net) have been lucky enough during a recent trip to Bali to encounter and photograph the elusive and yet undescribed Bali Wobbegong, a local and strictly localized subspecies of the Ornate Wobbegong Orectolobus ornatus, commonly found from Southern Japan to Australia...
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Jason Heller | Jul 10, 2007 2:00 AM
July 6th -15th 2007 Commonwealth of Dominica Dominica Watersports Association Dive Fest is an annual event, now in its 14th year, organized by the Dominica Watersports Association (DWA) to focus attention the sport of diving, to educate the public about scuba diving as a tourism product and possible career path, and to raise awareness about Dominica's stunning and unique marine environment...
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Jason Heller | Jul 8, 2007 2:00 AM
OceanNEnvironment Australia is pleased to announce in collaboration with the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Philippines Commission on Sports Scuba Diving (PCSSD), to present the 6th 'Celebrate the Sea Marine Imagery Festival Philippines 2007'. Calling all Divers, Underwater image makers, friends of the sea and lovers of our natural world to join us at the 6th Celebrate the Sea, Philippines, from 21 to 23 September 2007...
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Jason Heller | Jul 7, 2007 2:00 AM
A Letter from Rob Stewart, Director of SHARKWATER Help us convince Canada, New Zealand and United States to save two species of sharks. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) is considering including two shark species on their protected list. This weekend, 171 member counties will meet to consider new proposals for restricting trade in threatened species...
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Jason Heller | Jul 3, 2007 2:00 AM
With the spotlight finally shifting to environmental issues and global warming, America has finally woken up and realized what we are doing to the planet. Unfortunately, studies show that Americans are far less willing to make the drastic changes necessary to help the problem. It was only recently that the American consensus shifted to even acknowledge that humans have caused this possibly irreversible dilemma. Now we all have to do something about it. Scientists warn that we must reduce our carbon emissions by approximately 70% within the next 30 - 5o years to hopefully prevent Earth's long term inhabitability. There's an influx of green-oriented websites launching these days to help raise awareness of the problem and to brainstorm solutions. I recently discovered a couple of interesting sites that help calculate how much each of us is contributing to the global problem...
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Jason Heller | Jul 2, 2007 2:00 AM
Who will be the happy winner, who will be invited to SanDisk Red Sea 2007 competition? Tel Aviv, March 2007: SanDisk Red Sea 2007 competition will begin today, with an online monthly contest. Each month, an online photography contest will be held, and photographers from all over the world are welcome to submit a serious of 3 digital photos (scanned photos are accepted). On September a competition will be held among the 6 previous month's winners (March - August), and one of them will be chosen as the competition's winner...
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Jason Heller | Jul 2, 2007 2:00 AM
Established as the largest underwater photographic competition of its kind in Southern Africa, THE SODWANA SHOOTOUT will take place at Sodwana Bay from 8-12th May 2007. The competition is open to Video, Slide, Point & Shoot and SLR Digital Photographers. Whether you are an amateur or professional photographer, dedicated to macro slides; digital wide angle or a Video Creator- there are new updated rules and a competition category for everyone...
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