Dive Against Debris on Earth Day with Jupiter Dive Center, Sunday April 21, 20113, 1:30pm dive!! Join us on this 2-tank dive as we clean the ledges off Jupiter. Depths can be 80 feet, surface marker required, Nitrox recommended.
The cost will be $65, and includes Mesh bags, t-shirt, 2 tank dive charter (rental gear, tanks extra). Results will be reported to Project Aware and to the NOAA Marine Debris Program. Call 561-745-7807 to sign up or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Join us on our quest for debris in the the Gulf of Mexico. Open water certification required. Dive sites are typically 40-60 feet (to be determined on the day of the trip based upon conditions, divers, etc.). Spearfishing and the collection of living creatures is not permitted on the charter. The dive trip cost does not include tank rental or other equipment rental, and tipping the Captain and/or Dive Master. Bottled water and some snacks (pretzels, chips, etc.) are included, cooler use also included.
We are looking for volunteer divers to conduct a dive cleanup around the Ballast Point Pier at Jules Verne Park, Tampa, Florida, on Saturday, October 20th, 2012, from 0830-1130. This is in support of the International Coastal Cleanup. We are doing a combined coastal cleanup and dive cleanup.
We are looking for Divers, Safety Observers, Kayaks and Canoes, and volunteers to be the marine debris data recorders.
The Gulfantanics Dive Club, sponsored by Narcosis Scuba Center in Tarpon Springs, Florida is holding a beach cleanup event on Sunday, April 29th starting at 15:00 (3:00 pm) at Sunset Beach. After the cleanup, we'll have our monthly dive club meeting and BBQ at the beach where we'll announce some new and exicting dive trips that we've planned. The public is invited, divers who wish to search for fishing equipment for removal are encouraged.
We are looking for volunteer divers to conduct a dive cleaning of the Ballast Point Pier, Tampa, Florida, on Saturday, April 21st, 2012, from 0800-1100. This is in support of the Great American Cleanup. We are doing a combined coastal cleanup and dive cleanup. We will use this opportunity to record data on the litter collected and report the data collected to the Ocean Conservancy who compiles and analyzes the data each year, and publishes the world's only item-by-item, location-by-location snapshot of marine debris.
It is now a crime to kill tiger and hammerhead sharks in the waters off Florida. In a unanimous vote following two years of spirited public hearings, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to protect the tiger shark and three species of hammerhead from recreational and commercial anglers.
"Sometimes the appropriate measures of conservation are the problems we avoid, not the problems we have to fix," said Commissioner Brian Yablonski.
We are looking for volunteer divers to conduct a dive cleaning of the Ballast Point Pier, Tampa, Florida, on September 17th to support both International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) and Project Aware’s Dive Against Debris.