Carrière de Questembert, Bretagne Sud, FranceQuestembert56230
47° 55' 51.8376" N, 3° 25' 39.8424" W
Dans le cadre de l'IDC de septembre chez Scubaventure à Vannes, et pour sensibiliser les stagiaires à la défense du milieu sous marin, un nettoyage des débris de la carrière aura lieu sous l'eau et autour de la carrière.
Emerald Coast Scuba crew will Dive Against Debris Sunday, September 22, 2013, from noon to 3. Divers will explore the Destin Bridge Rubble and collect debris for weigh in and we will record our collection amounts for Project AWARE. Divers are also invited to Dive Against Debris on any of our excursions during September and record the weight of the Debris you collect. Stop by and see us for more information or give us a call for more information. www.DiveDestin.com
When most people think of debris in our ocean they imagine piles of garbage, floating plastic bottles, broken glass and rusting metal. All of those things, and more, are certainly part of the problem but one issue less often considered by the general public is how debris causes entanglement, injury, or death of many marine animals.
Fishing lines, nets and hooks are all serious concerns for many larger marine animals such as rays, seals, sea lions, dolphins, sharks, turtles and whales. Mantas are particularly vulnerable due to their large wingspan.
Acquazzurra, a PADI 5 Star IDC Center in Rome, in cooperation with the municipality of Trevignano Romano and the beach resort Ultima Spiaggia, is organizing a clean up day of the Bracciano Lake on September 15th, 2013.
We have a 3 dive trip out of West Palm in Florida, we are diving to see the Goliath Grouper and also to take part in DIVERS AGAINST DEBRIS Month. Contact us for info about our other trips coming up and collection dives.
Il 15 Settembre 2013 il centro diving Acquazzurra, in collaborazione con il comune di Trevignano Romano e lo stabilimento Ultima Spiaggia, organizza una pulizia del lago di Bracciano, località Trevignano Romano.
Partecipa anche tu, per i dettagli visita la pagina Pulizia del Lago sul sito di Acquazzurra.
Here at Project AWARE, we like to call marine debris the “silent killer” – the trash from our everday lives that smothers ocean environments, ensnares and chokes marine species. Les Stroud, or the godfather of survival TV, is used to the silence and the sight of of debris from his professional career as the TV hit series Survivorman.