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Jason Heller | Feb 19, 2008 2:00 AM
We lost one of the true pioneers in diving Ralph White. He was an innovator, very experienced and a leader. White combined his love for adventure and cinematography.
Jason Heller | Feb 18, 2008 3:00 AM
A terrible day for Tiger Sharks, divers and photographers. Thomas Peschak reports
Jason Heller | Feb 6, 2008 2:00 AM
Have Maluku Divers found a "new" frogfish? Have you seen this Frogfish before?
Jason Heller | Jan 17, 2008 2:00 AM
"All whaling activities have come to a halt," said Captain Paul Watson from onboard the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's ship Steve Irwin
Jason Heller | Dec 29, 2007 2:00 AM
We were inspired by a video from one of our members, Lawrence Alex Wu, who participated in the post-tsunami reef cleanups. We are pleased to offer this unique glimpse into the response of dive teams helping to clean up and restore the reefs in Thailand.
Jason Heller | Dec 21, 2007 2:00 AM
Humane Society International and other conservationists applaud the U.N. General Assembly for its decision to enhance the conservation of sharks throughout the world
Jason Heller | Nov 1, 2007 2:00 AM
An open letter from Rob Stewart - the man behind Sharkwater...Hopefully by now you've heard about Sharkwater, the most award winning documentary of the year that broke box office records in Canada
Jason Heller | Oct 31, 2007 2:00 AM
Fluorescent proteins found in nature have been employed in a variety of scientific research purposes, from markers for tracing molecules in biomedicine to probes for testing environmental quality. Until now, such proteins have been identified mostly in jellyfish and corals, leading to the belief that the capacity for fluorescence in animals is exclusive to such primitive creatures
Jason Heller | Oct 5, 2007 2:00 AM
New York really does have a rejuvenated diver scene these days, thanks in large part to OceanBlue Divers, the one year old dive club that boasts nearly 1,000 members, and the host of a lovely shindig last night. On Thurs. Oct 4th, the growing club hosted its one year anniversary party as a fundraising event for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society...
Jason Heller | Sep 13, 2007 2:00 AM
One of our members, Erwin Kodiat, an underwater photographer from Bali, Indonesia, recently launched a new image-based nudibranch identification website. According to the mission statement: "Nudi Pixel is an online resource for nudibranch and sea slug identification using photographs.This is a useful resource for all nudibranch enthusiasts like scuba divers, snorkelers, underwater photographers, naturalists, dive guides, and for educational purpose. This is basically a repository of nudibranch photographs from all over the world, and we further proceed the data to make it suitable for species identification"...

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