We are holding a Project AWARE Reef Clean Up on Secret Harbour beach. This event is open to any certified Divers who want to participate, must own or rent own gear and tanks. This is a free event but a $20 donation per diver is required. Proceeds go to Project AWARE and toward your Project AWARE Specialty certification. Sign up today here at email us at email@example.com
Be green on the greenest day of the year, St. Patricks day! Come join us to help combat trash both in and out of the ocean. This beach is one of the dirtiest beaches in the Monterey Bay area so there should be plenty of unique "treasure" to be discovered. This event will count towards earning your PADI AWARE specialty, which also counts towards the Master Diver certification. All are welcome, non divers can participate topside and earn a certificate of participation! If you are interested, please contact Chris or Ginny at Any Water Sports!
Coral Watch Chart - Coral Health Monitoring Course
This one-day course is taught by Marine Biologist Andrew Taylor at Blue Corner Dive.
Students learn about the role of corals in tropical reef habitats, and the effects of climate change and human impacts on coral reefs. We then identify of coral forms and learn to recognize coral bleaching.
Tijdens dit middagprogramma nemen wij je mee in de facinerende wereld van de koraalriffen. Wat is koraal? Hoe werken Koraalriffen? Wat zijn de bedrijgingen? En..hoe kun jij meehelpen om koraalriffen te beschermen! Voorbereiding of een duikdiploma is niet verplicht voor deze cursus. Heb je zin om mee te doen? Stuur dan een mail naar firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Guru conducted its 2nd season of the Whale Shark Program in 2011. We very much hoped to repeat our success from 2010 of spotting a previously unrecorded whale shark. Last year we snorkeled twice with a 5-6m whale shark at Richelieu Rock. The 7 participants of the program recorded data & took photographs, which were submitted to Project AWARE's Whale Shark Project database, run in conjunction with the Shark Trust, and Ecocean's photo library. It was the first time this particular shark had been recorded in either database. How exciting!