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Cozy Pj and tropical island bliss 

Hello guys!

I came back yesterday super late from my field trip tutoring. The island was amazing, and didn’t change much since last time I want there (exactly 3 years ago). 99 more words


240 - Baby Coral Mandala

Aaaawwwww.  Look at the cute little babies. I love their bright green fluorescent color and their round volcano-like structure with the lined patterns around each one. 255 more words


Todd Dives With Sharks In South Africa!

UPDATE 07-20-15: Over the weekend, a surfer in South Africa was on LIVE TV during a competition when a shark found its way over to him. 187 more words

Todd & Erica

Lego Launches Dr Sylvia Earle MiniFig

LEGO is manufacturing a female scientist minifig family. The collection pays homage to real life aerospace engineers and astronauts. My favourite piece however is a touching tribute to deep sea explorer… 149 more words

Diving News

Sandra Camp: A Day in the Life of a Marine Biologist, June 17, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Sandra Camp
Aboard NOAA Ship Hi’ialakai
June 14 – 24, 2015

Mission: Main Hawaiian Islands Reef Fish Survey
Geographical area of cruise: 1,143 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

Guest Post: Living and working at the Beautiful, Blue Frontlines of Marine Conservation

Conservation work falls at the interface between pure biological study and the philosophies, politics, needs, attitudes and general realm of human beings. This meeting point is something that has attracted me ever since I was introduced to fisheries science at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. 1,265 more words


Mapping Lake Austin Habitat Using Sonar and Acoustic Technologies

This past week I had the opportunity to go out on Lake Austin with Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists Bryan Legare and Greg Cummings and Fisheries Technician Brad Grimmett to identify the vegetation and fish biomass of the lake.  216 more words