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La tecnologia AST di Mares

by Mares - 19th April 2019
La maggior parte degli erogatori Mares sono oggi forniti di serie con il nuovissimo ed esclusivo sistema AST (Auto Sealing…
Mares

Mares AST Dry System Technology

by Mares - 19th April 2019
Most Mares regulators are now equipped with the new and exclusive AST system (Auto Sealing Technology) as standard. This specialised,…
Ivana and Janez

Hermit crabs against plastic!

by Ivana and Janez - 31st July 2018
Hermit crabs are decapod crustaceans which, like other members of this order, have segmented bodies and very well developed eyes,…
Cat

Master Liveaboards turn to Mares XR

by Cat - 4th June 2018
When only the best equipment will do - Mares XR, now available in Micronesia In order for a business to…
Herbert

Faster reproduction ensures immigrant species success

by Herbert - 19th November 2017
Why only a few introduced species establish themselves in foreign marine regions The number of non-native species detected for the…
Herbert

Storm waves from the past hold lessons for future

by Herbert - 13th November 2017
Huge boulders on coast retain clues about prehistoric storms In the Bahamas, tons of boulders have been washed onto the…
Herbert

Coastal ecosystems threatened by rising water temperatures

by Herbert - 7th July 2017
Higher water temperatures can lead to nitrite accumulation in marine environments worldwide, and this can ultimately disrupt oceanic food webs,…
Mares

Master of the coral reef – The Giant Moray Eel

by Mares - 12th May 2017
Sometimes ugly, sometimes frightening, and of imposing size, the Giant Moray Eel is the master of the coral reefs of…
MARES / SSI / rEvo Dive Expedition Team

Day 8 – The last walk under the ice

by MARES / SSI / rEvo Dive Expedition Team - 21st February 2017
This morning we woke up with a smile in our faces since we knew it would be a fantastic day,…
Herbert

Last chance for calves of the seas

by Herbert - 17th February 2017
World's smallest porpoise faces extinction threatBased on the current numbers, the population of vaquitas (the world's smallest porpoises) fell by…
Mares

Studying the effects of coastal erosion in the Arctic

by Mares - 18th January 2017
The thawing and erosion of the arctic permafrost coasts has increased so drastically in the past that more than 20…
Mares

Master of lighting in the pool: Konstantin Killer

by Mares - 16th January 2017
Meet him at boot 2017Konstantin started out specialising in landscape photography in the 1980s. At that time – during those…
Mares

Kelp along Southern California coastline resisted warmer temperatures

by Mares - 16th December 2016
In early 2014, when a large-scale heat wave in the Pacific Ocean produced temperature anomalies greater than anything seen since…
Mares

It’s not just a harmless plastic bottle

by Mares - 8th December 2016
What happens with the trash? What happens to a piece of trash that's discarded into the ocean? Well, if it…
Franco and Sabrina

Moments of a lifetime caught on camera : Snorkelling side by side with the sperm whales of the eastern Caribbean Sea

by Franco and Sabrina - 29th November 2016
This post starts our contribution to the Mares blog, to which we are absolutely grateful, and our first post is about the…
Mares

Plastik-Peter warns about threats of plastic trash in oceans

by Mares - 22nd November 2016
New short film is part of efforts of Science Year 2016*2017With the “Plastik-Peter” cinema short film as part of Science…
Mares

Shark nets along South African coast threaten rare dolphins

by Mares - 7th October 2016
Negative effect on biodiversity Along the coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, many dolphins die in gillnets set up to…
Mares

Greenpeace reports on research on microplastics in seafood

by Mares - 6th October 2016
Microplastics can accumulate in the food chain “In the environment, microplastics act like a foreign body with toxins. It contains…
Herbert

Seafloor of Red Sea formed at least 12 million years ago

by Herbert - 20th September 2016
Discovery overturns present understanding of region’s geological development Geoscientists find the Red Sea fascinating as it represents an ocean in…
Mares

International Coastal Cleanup Day 2016

by Mares - 14th September 2016
Volunteers to clear trash from beaches throughout Germany On 17 September 2016, volunteers worldwide will come together to do their…
Herbert

Potentially pathogenic bacteria discovered in microplastic particles

by Herbert - 28th July 2016
Bacteria population soars when temperatures increase Rising water temperatures have made it more likely for potentially pathogenic bacteria to make…
Mares

Gliders collect data on new eddy off Peruvian coast

by Mares - 30th January 2016
In January and February 2013, a subsurface anticyclonic eddy formed in the Peru-Chile Undercurrent, allowing researchers to document the creation…
Mares

Plastic waste threatens lives of seabirds in Helgoland

by Mares - 11th December 2015
Pilot study initiated to gather more information High on the cliffs of Helgoland, a small German archipelago in the North…
Mares

Melting coastal glaciers cause loss in biodiversity – Seabed ecosystem affected by sedimentation

by Mares - 20th November 2015
Melting glaciers will lead to a reduction of species biodiversity among the benthos (bottom-dwelling organisms) community in the coastal waters…
Mares

Rare whale filmed for the very first time off the coast of Madagascar

by Mares - 6th November 2015
Researchers have filmed the rare Omura’s whale off the coast of Madagascar for the first time ever. Very little is…
Mares

Five countries responsible for 60 percent of plastic waste in oceans

by Mares - 2nd November 2015
About eight million tons of plastic trash enter the world’s oceans every year. According to a new study entitled Stemming…
Mares

Divers Find $4.5 Million Gold Off Coast Of Florida

by Mares - 20th August 2015
Salvage Company Found Gold Coins Worth $4.5 Million On 30 July 2015, after five days of salvage, three divers working…
Mares

Mallorca: Plastic Waste In The Sea

by Mares - 11th August 2015
Head to Beaches Of Mallorca For Fun In The Sun... And Trash The plastic waste that periodically gets washed up…
Herbert

WWI Submarine Discovered Off Swedish Coast

by Herbert - 29th July 2015
Submarine With Cyrillic Characters On Bow The wreck of a submarine with Cyrillic characters on its bow has been discovered…
Mares

Fatal Accident Uncovers Cruise Operators Secret Past

by Mares - 10th July 2015
“Drug Dealer Fakes Death, Falls In Love And Starts New Life Afresh!” Sounds like the basis for a television series?…
Ivana and Janez

Zenobia – An Enchanting Giant

by Ivana and Janez - 13th March 2020
There are a huge number of sunken ships in the seas and oceans. Each one of them has its own…
Semra

I became a Scuba Diving Instructor!

by Semra - 10th March 2020
This year started just right! Yes, I’m a scuba diving instructor now, and I’m going to tell you how it…
Nik

Freediving under the Ice

by Nik - 5th March 2020
I remember the first time I was under the ice of a lake. It was in 2008, in the Swiss…
Nik

Breath hold: Relaqua the idea of relaxation in the water

by Nik - 5th February 2020
There are people who dive hundreds of feet, deep and over ten minutes with just one breath. Nik Linder is…
Imran

School’s Out

by Imran - 3rd February 2020
“Safety in numbers is the hypothesis that, by being part of a large physical group or mass, an individual is…
Ivana and Janez

Elpida – More than a shipwreck

by Ivana and Janez - 30th January 2020
The Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism, together with the Department of Fisheries and Marine Research (DFMR), recognized the importance of…
LiveAboard

9 Great Liveaboard Destinations for New Divers

by LiveAboard - 27th January 2020
You’ve got your dive certification and the underwater world awaits you, but where do you dive first? Whether you want…
Imran

Wonderland

by Imran - 23rd January 2020
Some of the most magical time spent photographing underwater is when you capture images which people least expect to look…
Ivana and Janez

A sneak peak of Mares’ new Flexa Graphene…

by Ivana and Janez - 21st January 2020
The beginning of 2020 brought us the premiere of Mares’ latest products, and their new semi-dry suit probably provided one…
Florent M. Locatelli

A unique diving experience in Tuscany

by Florent M. Locatelli - 15th January 2020
Tuscany, in central Italy, is definitely one of my favorite regions. Breathtaking landscapes, thousands of years of history, an artistic…
Ivana and Janez

The Seal Skin – My New Dive Buddy

by Ivana and Janez - 10th January 2020
The theory: The Mares Seal Skin is a 6mm cold water wetsuit designed to keep you comfortable and warm in milder…
Imran

Spicy as always

by Imran - 8th January 2020
Banda Neira is one of ten volcanic islands in the Banda Archipelago, in the Maluku province, eastern Indonesia. On our…
LiveAboard

Revisiting a Classic: Thailand’s 8 Best Dives

by LiveAboard - 20th December 2019
For budget-friendly tropical liveaboard diving and encounters with everything from ocean giants to tiny macro treasures, you can’t beat Thailand.…
Gerald

Nestled in the seventh continent – Iceberg diving in the Antarctic

by Gerald - 17th December 2019
Being in the Antarctic has always been my dream. In an unforeseen way, it has now come true. As a…
Dan

Clowning around in Tahiti

by Dan - 13th December 2019
Tahiti is an incredible place famous for its sharks, whales and great diving. One of my goals for this trip…
Thomas Van Puymbroeck

Kalanggaman Island

by Thomas Van Puymbroeck - 10th December 2019
Kalanggaman Island  is a small island paradise located in Palampon, Leyte. It is famous for its crystal clear waters, lush…
Franco and Sabrina

Striped Marlins (Kajikia audax)

by Franco and Sabrina - 6th December 2019
I’ve always been fascinated by Striped Marlins and wanted to take on the challenge of documenting some of their unbelievable…
Semra

How to find the perfect Christmas gift and also support the environment!

by Semra - 3rd December 2019
Hello everybody and welcome to my new blog! My last blog was about diving in Mexican cenotes - check it…