Post Tagged with: "coral reefs"

Use Your Scuba Skills to Help Conservation 

Use Your Scuba Skills to Help Conservation 

22 April, 2015 at 6:00 am Comments are Disabled

Coral reefs are important, and they are in danger Coral reefs are home to about 25 percent of all known marine species and are used by countless other species at some point in their life cycle. Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse and productive communities, often referred to […]

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Scuba Diving and Sunscreen – Updated

Scuba Diving and Sunscreen – Updated

19 October, 2013 at 10:11 am Comments are Disabled

A few months ago I wrote about my search for the best sunscreen for scuba divers. I wondered if by slathering myself in sunscreen before every dive if I’d been (unintentionally) harming marine life. The original article received nearly half a million views and generated some great comments and suggestions […]

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Coral Reef-Safe Sunscreen for Scuba Diving?

Coral Reef-Safe Sunscreen for Scuba Diving?

27 June, 2013 at 2:28 pm Comments are Disabled

What’s the Best Sunscreen for Scuba Diving? View the updated post… Growing up in the Pacific Northwest United States, sunscreen was something I bought once every five years. This a terrible idea, if course, because sunscreens expire in 1-3 years. I wised up after becoming an active diver and have spent […]

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