1. The Secrets Of The Kimberley

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    from Trevor Almeida Added

    The Kimberley is one of the most ecologically diverse areas of the world. Its marine ecosystems are amongst the world's most pristine. At 424500 square kilometers the Kimberley is bigger than…

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    • Setting up the survey perimeter

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      from Living Seas Added 752 11 4

      As part of a larger reef conservation project, a group of technical divers comprising Gemma, Jin, Dag and Leon went to Tioman to set up a semi permanent reef survey site in Tioman’s Salang house…

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      • Diving with Beaked Whales

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        from Chris Johnson Added 5,714 11 2

        Beaked whales are the most mysterious of all marine mammals. So far, there are about 20 species known around the world. They inhabit deep, pelagic waters spending very little time at the surface.…

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        • Blind Spots

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          from Christine Ren Added 4,534 11 2

          The market shifts rapidly based on the demands of consumers, which means we have the power to shift our world away from unsustainable plastic materials, if we so choose. Join the 30 day challenge…

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          • Antarctic SeaScience Expedition

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            from Allison Randolph Added 1,316 10 3

            Peek into the world of deep sea exploration, ocean science, and Antarctic adventure with this documentary style short film. Follow along as marine scientists study how climate change is affecting…

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            • Jellyfish Soup

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              from Christine Ren Added 2,098 8 0

              With so many lines in the water, we're fast on a slippery slide towards slime, an ocean so overfished by our appetites and greed, that future generations will only have jellyfish soup left to…

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              • A Waterlust short about Coriolis

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                Using a spinning table, a GoPro, and some food coloring, Patrick Rynne illustrates how Coriolis effects the air in our atmosphere and the water in our oceans. Satellite images and animations from…

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                • Tropical Research and Conservation Centre, Borneo.

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                  from Nelli Huié Added 1,806 5 0

                  Tropical Research and Conservation Centre (TRACC) is a scientific coral reef restoration project based on Pom Pom Island in Malaysian Borneo. Year round, a team of volunteer divers work under the…

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                  • Science UnSilenced: Sponges (With Bloopers)

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                    from Alex Kattan Added 378 4 0

                    Short film made in our Lab to Film class at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. The film features "True Facts" about the sponge, specifically…

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                    • Biodiversity in the Kermadecs

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                      from NIWA Added 356 4 0

                      This amazing footage was captured at the Kermadec Ridge in 2011, by NIWA’s Deep-Towed Imaging System (DTIS). The laser dots are 20 cm apart, and allow us to judge the size or scale of the organisms…

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