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Gianluca

What’s your approach to freediving?

by Gianluca - 27th October 2017
When we talk about freediving we often mention positive feelings, well-being and technique - but is this always true? When people are getting to know ...
Herbert

Malta: Greenpeace activists protest against marine pollution

by Herbert - 7th October 2017
Giant dragon sculpture spits plastic garbage at ‘Our Ocean 2017’ in Malta On 5 October 2017, Greenpeace activists and other members of the #Bre...
Herbert

Iron deficiency inhibits marine microbes

by Herbert - 26th May 2017
Scientists discover important process in nutrient cycle in tropical North Atlantic Iron has been identified as an important nutrient for algae and ...
Carlo

Teaching freediving: a passion for fun

by Carlo - 11th May 2017
Since I started teaching freediving courses in 2004 things have changed a lot on both the national and international freediving scene. More and more ...
Mares

Tracing how the relationship between corals and algae began

by Mares - 26th November 2016
How corals met algae: Tracing how their symbiotic relationship started

The symbiotic relationship between algae and modern corals began more t...
Mares

WWF salvages discarded ghost nets in Baltic Sea

by Mares - 1st August 2016
Divers can help by reporting location of ghost nets

It was a successful start to the campaign: A big trawl net and gillnet weighing about 1.5 ...
Mares

Trofeo Tomà – 2016 Edition!

by Mares - 6th July 2016
“From the deepest of seas, to the highest of peaks”. This slogan, taken from our Fusion 52X video, describes exactly what happened to a number o...
Mares

Banding Together for Water Conservation

by Mares - 22nd January 2016
Trash in the ocean affects everyone. This is the message that some organisations intend to publicise at the upcoming BOOT in Dusseldorf, from 23 to ...
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 the Tide, up to 60 percen...
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