Eco Dive will be hosting our first clean-up dive for international Clean-up month off the Grand Anse Beach in front of our dive shop on Sunday Sept 8th meeting for 1:30 pm. All divers who have been diving with us before are welcome and FREE of charge! We will be looking for any and all garbage plastics and treasures we can find off of Grand Anse and it promises to include some great sea critters at the same time. Later in the month we will follow up with a clean-up dive in our Marine Protected Area.
The Lakes Area Dive Team will conduct an underwater cleanup of area adjacent to Chase on the Lake in Walker, MN at Noon, Saturday September 28, 2013. The site was home to the International Eelpout Festival this past February 14-17, 2013 with over 10,000 people in attendance along. Festivities included ice fishing, beer tents, and a polar plunge, etc. To join in the cleanup efforts or for more information, please call Dan at the Dive Depot 218-444-3467.
Una su due tartarughe verdi ha spazzatura nello stomaco.
Sei delle sette specie di tartarughe marine, tutte classificate fra quelle in pericolo, ingeriscono con sempre maggiore frequenza rifiuti gettati in acqua dall'uomo, come i sacchetti di plastica, che rischiano di soffocarle. Lo sostiene uno studio.
Il rilascio di sostanze tossiche nell'apparato digerente, inoltre, può avere conseguenze sul ciclo riproduttivo.
“What are you willing to do to save the ocean?” On Friday, 7 June 2013, I dare you to be one of the millions who will do the Underwater and Beach Clean Up with Atlantis Divemaster Trainees of Atlantis International Bali at Semawang Beach Sanur to save our beach & underwater.