Tag Archives: marinebiology

An Island View From Inside Flooded Caves

September 14, 2022

An Island View From Inside Flooded Caves

Along the southwest coast of Madagascar, with temperatures in the middle 80s F, June is a relatively cool time of year. Dry, sandy, and rough, the road is lined by great thickets of spiny indigenous []

Freediving for Research and Conservation

August 10, 2022

Freediving for Research and Conservation

Feediving or breath-hold diving has been around for hundreds, if not arguably, thousands of years. It is our most ancient means to enter the sea to hunt and gather that which we need. Personally, []

Australian Great Barrier Reef at Risk: the Crown of Thorns Starfish

July 13, 2022

Australian Great Barrier Reef at Risk: the Crown of Thorns Starfish

The Crown of Thorns Starfish (COTS) is a naturally occurring species on reefs within the Indo Pacific region. On the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) in Australia, COTS outbreaks driven by man-made disturbances have become increasingly []

Plongée dans des temps obscurs!

May 4, 2022

Plongée dans des temps obscurs!

English Version

(Faire face à l'obscurité une fois de plus)

Comment vous souviendrez-vous de cette période inattendue que nous avons traversée, pendant laquelle, pour un moment, nous ne savions plus trop comment les []

Cave Corals Project

December 8, 2021

Cave Corals Project

This is the story of a cave diver in love with corals who started a science project, and became the crazy coral lady. It’s hard to pinpoint the moment it started. Growing up I []

From Fear to Triumph

October 13, 2021

From Fear to Triumph

The large male Polar bear was only fifteen meters away and slowly swimming towards me. I whipped my head around to check in with my safety diver. He was not in his usual place behind []

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Upcoming Dive Shows

Shearwater Research will be at the following dive shows:

OZTek Australia 2022

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