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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…
Cat

UK Inland Diving Locations Case Study – Stoney Cove

by Cat - 27th July 2016
The fact that the United Kingdom is an island, should mean that costal diving locations are plentiful and varied enough…
Herbert

European Parliament urges Japan to stop whaling

by Herbert - 19th July 2016
Calls made for whaling issue to be part of EU-Japan free trade agreement negotiations Once again, Japan’s whaling activities is…
Herbert

Turtle herpes outbreak may be due to pollution

by Herbert - 11th July 2016
Disease causes growths that obstruct turtle's vision Green sea turtles, which are currently endangered, are facing another threat – a…
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…
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

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…
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…
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

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

Tsunami risk at Mount Etna? Scientists install geodetic network at the foot of Europe’s largest volcano

by Mares - 29th March 2016
Measurements taken by satellites indicate that the eastern flank of Mount Etna is slowly sliding into the Ionian Sea. However,…
Mares

Ocean acidification slows down coral reef growth

by Mares - 17th March 2016
By manipulating the seawater chemistry of a reef to study how excess carbon dioxide caused by human activity affects coral…
Mares

Sharks and rays under threat from overfishing and poor fisheries management

by Mares - 3rd March 2016
A high demand for shark fins from Asian countries has been considered to be a major cause of the overfishing…
Mares

Defining research priorities for the Arctic

by Mares - 29th February 2016
The major international Arctic research organisations, with the involvement of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic, have come up with…
Mares

Humboldt penguins and dolphins in Chile at risk

by Mares - 17th February 2016
In northern Chile at La Higuera, near the island of Chañaral, there is a marine sanctuary where about 80 percent…
Mares

Love in the moonlight: The bumphead parrotfish mass aggregation at Palau’s Rock Islands

by Mares - 15th January 2016
The green humphead parrotfish (Bolbometopon muricatum) is one of the diver's favourite fishes. A school of more than 50 of…
Mares

Invasive seaweed develops stronger defences

by Mares - 4th January 2016
A higher level of defence has been found within an invasive strain of seaweed from Asia that has translocated to…
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

Antibiotic-laden farmed salmon taken off shelves

by Mares - 30th November 2015
Consuming salmon –choosing between antibiotics and genetic engineering When it comes to farmed salmon, the news coming out of the…
Mares

Mesmerising creatures of the sea, yet so vicious – Misadventures with comb jellies

by Mares - 18th November 2015
Looking through the mask, it appears as if an alien lifeform is trying to communicate with the divers, flashing its…
Mares

Return of the blue whale?

by Mares - 16th November 2015
For several years, blue whales are more frequently being sighted in European waters, be it off the coast of England,…
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

Billions of juvenile polar cod under Arctic sea ice

by Mares - 14th October 2015
With a newly developed netting gear, marine scientists at the Alfred Wegener Institute managed to catch a large number of…
Mares

Tackling rising ocean temperatures

by Mares - 1st October 2015
Rising sea temperatures are threatening marine ecosystems worldwide, and this has a major impact on our climate, weather, fish stocks…
Mares

Photo mosaic marks successful end to expedition

by Mares - 22nd September 2015
Scientists return to ploughed seafloor to assess condition of terrain Imagine gigantic unmanned crawler vehicles moving along pre-programmed paths on…
Mares

Global overfishing accelerated by economic development

by Mares - 16th September 2015
Study calculates development of fish stocks In the long term, the wild fish population cannot be sustained by increasing aquaculture…
Mares

30 years on: A new lease of life for the Rainbow Warrior

by Mares - 7th September 2015
Website is launched offering online tour of the wreck Thirty years ago, on 10 July 1985, an explosion ripped through…
Herbert

Palau: Dive Right Into The Darkness

by Herbert - 18th August 2015
Blackwater Diving – Diving Into The Pitch Black If you're feeling bored by the usual dives and are looking for…
Mares

Cruise Ships Boycott Faroe Islands To Protest Annual Slaughter Of Pilot Whales

by Mares - 14th August 2015
Both AIDA Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises have suspended their trips to the Faroe Islands in response to the new law…
Herbert

El Hierro – Diver’s Paradise In The Atlantic

by Herbert - 12th August 2015
Go Diving On The Smallest Canary Island Dive in the town of La Restinga, on the smallest Canary Island of…
Herbert

Seeing Bali From A New Perspective

by Herbert - 6th August 2015
Bali Close Up: A Very Special Underwater Video Many see Bali as the Land of the Gods, dominated by ricefields,…
Herbert

Yap: A South Pacific Paradise

by Herbert - 3rd August 2015
Getting Up Close And Personal With Residents Of The Reef If Paradise exists on Earth, it must be nestled right…
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?…
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