The Living Oceans Foundation's Global Reef Expedition aims to discover how coral reefs across the world are faring in today’s changing ocean climate, and what can be done to help corals survive in the warmer, more acidic oceans of the future.
The University of Toledo dive team made waves this month when the last member of their team left the 330-gallon “pool” in their Student Union to celebrate as new Guinness World Record holders for the "Longest Continual Dive By a Group of Divers in a Contained Environment."
San Diego is one of the finest dive cities in the United States. Unparalleled variety awaits in the rich kelp forests, expansive wrecks and unique canyons, where sea lions, torpedo rays and coral gardens await.
Getting mantas protected under CITES was a historic milestone for manta conservation, but Project AWARE isn't stopping there. Check out Project AWARE’s infographic, Manta and Devil Rays at Risk, learn more and find out what you can do to help.
For thousands of years sea monsters have appeared on maps as both warnings to travelers and as decorations. Chet Van Duzer explores these monsters in his new book Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps and gives readers a better understanding of their place and purpose in history.