Where are coral reefs most at threat? Seems like a simple enough question, but the fact is that nobody really knows. With estimates that up to 60 percent of the world’s coral reefs are seriously damaged, scientists, resource managers, divers and the public are deeply concerned about coral reefs degrading […]Read more ›
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A few years 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 […]Read more ›
The Natural History Museum invites PADI Divers and Professionals to take advantage of a special 2-4-1 ticket offer for their major exhibition Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea, running until 13th September 2015. Dive into one of the most spectacular and diverse ecosystems on the planet at Coral Reefs: […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
The Best Coral Reef Safe 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, of course, because sunscreens expire in 1-3 years. I wised up after becoming an active diver and […]Read more ›