Ever have one of those dives where everything went wrong? Broken fin strap, low visibility, ear problems? While scuba diving can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences, we’re bound to have a “less than optimal” experience from time to time. You may be wondering if there are things you can do […]Read more ›
The long stalks of kelp anchored on the ocean floor reach up to the surface like trees. When the seaweed-trees are grouped together, they make an underwater forest. The forest supports a population of marine life and makes an arena for divers. There are many reasons we love kelp diving; […]Read more ›
Do good, win big! Have you ever dreamed of taking a scuba dive vacation to an exotic destination? Now’s your chance… Project AWARE has partnered up with GVI and PADI to give one lucky grand prize winner a once in a lifetime opportunity. How to enter: Donate to Project AWARE for your chance to jet off to […]Read more ›
Free online course by Southampton University – Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology
FutureLearn are offering a free online course on maritime archaeology developed by Southampton University: Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology.
The four-week course started on 25th May but is open for registrations until the 20th June 2015. The free course is available to anyone from anywhere in the world who can log on to complete the course in their own time and broaden their knowledge of the underwater world.Read more ›
How does our trash make its way from land to sea? This infographic by Project AWARE explains the ugly journey, and shines light on the dangers our litter poses to marine ecosystems and wildlife along the way. While the marine debris issue may at first appear daunting, there is hope! With our […]Read more ›