Cat

The Red Sea still drawing in the divers…..

by Cat - 11th July 2016
I am sat in my office trying to catch up on some paperwork in between packing my bags once again…
Yme

My life as a scuba instructor

by Yme - 10th July 2016
I have just taken off my triathlon suite after a 1hr 20min swimming session in the crystal clear waters of…
b_rad

Unique Mares Photog Party, Micronesia

by b_rad - 8th July 2016
MantaFest is an annual international photography festival held in Yap at Manta Ray Bay Resort & Yap Divers that is known for being…
Mares

Announcement: MARES enters the world of rebreather diving!

by Mares - 8th July 2016
MARES is excited to announce that effective July 1st 2016 they have signed an agreement to acquire 100% of REVO…
Herbert

Offspring for rare Mekong dolphins in Cambodia

by Herbert - 7th July 2016
New hope for Mekong River's dolphinsNewly born calf spotted with mother: Break out the cigars and champagne: A young dolphin…
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…
Marcel

Great White Shark Tagging

by Marcel - 5th July 2016
Finning, bycatch in commercial fishing, over fishing, sport fishing, contamination, pollution and targeted killing let the shark populations rapidly sink…
Mares

Meet Mares’ latest dive computer…the Quad!

by Mares - 5th July 2016
Mares is very excited to announce the Quad, our NEW dive computer!   Just some of its features:  - Two…
Yme

World War II wreck the MFP at 90mt : what an experience!!

by Yme - 4th July 2016
I wake up at 5:45am thinking I forgot to fill the argon tank I’ll use with my drysuit during today's dive. Yesterday…
Gianluca

Freediving in the Metropolis

by Gianluca - 1st July 2016
Did you know that it's possible to go deep freediving in Milan? In Milan there is a green oasis, with a…
Mares

Climate change modifies ocean currents

by Mares - 1st July 2016
Asia to get warmer and stormier Global warming is causing a change in some ocean currents. Scientists have shown that…
Cat

Understanding the scuba divers code….

by Cat - 30th June 2016
There is nothing more frustrating in life then when you are within a group of individuals who are speaking a…
Mares

Reintroduction of European flat oysters in German North Sea

by Mares - 30th June 2016
Three-year trial will set up foundation for restoration of species For the first time, the German Federal Agency for Nature…
Herbert

Seaweed threatens coral reefs in the Pacific

by Herbert - 28th June 2016
Researchers call for more protection of herbivorous fishCoral reefs in the Pacific Ocean are coming under increasing threat of the…
Mares

Pipefish give birth to conjoined twins

by Mares - 27th June 2016
Extremely rare to have two conjoined twins within 24 hours During a routine experiment, researchers at GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for…
Marcel

SHARKWATER EXTINCTION by Rob Stewart

by Marcel - 24th June 2016
It is quite a time ago, but I still remember very well when SHARKWATER was launched in cinemas throughout Europe.…
Gianluca

Freediving training in lakes in Switzerland

by Gianluca - 24th June 2016
Freediving isn't just about diving in warm, clear waters full of sea life, but also about diving close to a rope,…
Herbert

Swim courses and dive training

by Herbert - 23rd June 2016
diving.DE, El Quseir, Egypt: On 12th to 18 June 2016, the training for Swim Teachers and Swim Teacher Trainers under…
Mares

Fresh hope for coral reefs

by Mares - 23rd June 2016
Global study uncovers “bright spots” where coral reefs thrive Researchers have discovered certain places where coral reefs have managed to…
Cat

Escape to the aquatic world

by Cat - 20th June 2016
There is a moment in time that nothing can compare to. That moment when the noise of the world is…
Gianluca

Freediving week in Malta

by Gianluca - 20th June 2016
My freediving week in Malta is over. Malta and Gozo were a pleasant surprise and are ideal for all freedivers.…
Herbert

Researchers discover that sponges are host to surprising diverse range of microbes

by Herbert - 17th June 2016
Discovery opens door to potential new discoveries in the futureSponges are important hosts for microbes, making up a significant part…
Marcel

Red Bull Cliff Diving and Mares Freediving come together

by Marcel - 16th June 2016
Only very occasionally does a jump from the pool side look so graceful – I had the great pleasure of joining freediving world…
Mares

Enhancing the analysis of climatic changes in the Arctic

by Mares - 16th June 2016
Scientists head northwards with new autonomous instruments On 13 June 2016, a team of scientists set off to Spitsbergen on…
Herbert

The Discovery of the Rio de Janeiro

by Herbert - 16th June 2016
The Search For A WWII Shipwreck On 14 June 2015, after a seven-year search, the wreck of the Rio de…
Mares

Deciphering the history of plate tectonics in North Pacific

by Mares - 14th June 2016
Researchers embark on ten-week expedition The land along the archipelago of the Aleutian Islands and the Kamchatka Peninsula is one…
Mares

An interview with Katarina Linczenyiova, freediver

by Mares - 10th June 2016
A rising star Katarina Linczenyiova is a rising star in the world of freediving, although she is relatively unknown in…
Mares

Coral bleaching continues to plague Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

by Mares - 8th June 2016
As much as 35 percent of the reef has died After intensive aerial and underwater surveys, about 35 percent of…
Mares

Marine life make themselves at home amongst dropped boulders at reef

by Mares - 6th June 2016
Boulders also prevent fishing activities from taking place. The large boulders dumped into the Sylt Outer Reef in the North…
Mares

Malaysia establishes its largest marine reserve

by Mares - 2nd June 2016
Park is home to 80,000 people and has more than 250 species of hard corals The Sabah State Government has…
Mares

More than ten MSC-certified fish products found to be overfished

by Mares - 31st May 2016
Many European fish stocks are overfished or are under threat of being overfished. A recent study reveals that more than…
Mares

The not so silent world

by Mares - 27th May 2016
There is no doubt Jacques would be jealous. Sure, he had pristine reefs and healthier fish populations but the guy…
Mares

How to scuba dive – without getting wet!

by Mares - 23rd May 2016
Diving allows us to observe the vast diversity of marine life in our oceans, and gives us the privilege of…
Mares

This year’s decline of Arctic sea ice may be as bad as the record low of 2012

by Mares - 19th May 2016
At the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), sea ice physicists have predicted that the…
Mares

Coral bleaching makes fish easy prey

by Mares - 17th May 2016
The current spate of coral bleaching in Australian waters is preventing baby common damselfish from learning how to identify which…
Mares

Sewage disposal into Baltic Sea banned from 2019 onwards

by Mares - 4th May 2016
The Baltic Sea can breathe easy in the future. From 2019 onwards, cruise ships and passenger ferries are no longer…
Mares

Proportion of unicellular plankton much higher than previously thought

by Mares - 29th April 2016
Unicellular planktonic organisms play a more important role in the marine ecosystem than previously thought. This was the conclusion drawn…
Mares

Taking the plunge with diabetes – How not to let diabetes affect your diving

by Mares - 28th April 2016
Being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes doesn't have to mean the end of your diving activities. One can still dive…
Mares

International shipping routes and invasive species: What’s next?

by Mares - 26th April 2016
Scientists from Oldenburg and Frankfurt have modelled how the global shipping routes leads to the spread of invasive plant and…
Mares

Reef sharks prefer bite-sized meals

by Mares - 22nd April 2016
Many of us have the impression that sharks have a large appetite. However, a new study proves otherwise, indicating that…
Mares

Coral reefs can condition themselves against coral bleaching

by Mares - 19th April 2016
The Great Barrier Reef is currently experiencing coral bleaching on an unprecedented scale, and scientists have voiced much concern about…
Mares

Baby sharks defy ocean acidification

by Mares - 15th April 2016
Some baby sharks are able to cope with the level of ocean acidification predicted for the end of this century,…
Mares

Scientists find thousands of red crabs “swarming like insects”

by Mares - 14th April 2016
Off the Pacific coast of Panama, researchers studying biodiversity at the Hannibal Bank Seamount got more than they bargained for.…
Mares

New study shows relationship between fisheries harvest and reef resilience

by Mares - 13th April 2016
To better protect the coral reefs of the Caribbean, tighter fishery regulations are needed to offset the mounting pressures they…
Mares

Straits of Gibraltar no deterrent to breeding eels

by Mares - 12th April 2016
Researchers, including one from the Technical University of Denmark, have proven for the first time that eels from the Mediterranean…
Mares

Researchers use new method to date lava flows

by Mares - 11th April 2016
To better understand the formation of the Earth's crust, scientists at the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel have…
Mares

Wadden Sea National Park under threat from Russian oil drilling company

by Mares - 4th April 2016
Greenpeace activists recently staged a demonstration against Russian oil company DEA Deutsche Erdoel AG (DEA), which has plans to start…
Mares

Severe coral bleaching hits Great Barrier Reef

by Mares - 30th March 2016
Some recent surveys have shown how the rising temperature of the seawater has led to severe coral bleaching at Australia's…
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