Photo Credit :: Green Party of Canada Our Great Lakes are worth fighting for! Climate change, heat waves and rising water levels are threatening the Great Lakes. That amounts to one fifth of the world’s fresh water under threat. Blooms
Captain Thomas W. Whiteley of Sombra, and his fleet of small grey and orange ferry boats on the St. Clair River.
Photo Credit:: submitted to Times Herald The St. Clair River (French: Rivière Sainte-Claire) is a 40.5-mile-long river (65,2 km) that flows from Lake Huron into Lake St. Clair, forming part of the international boundary between the Canadian province of Ontario
Mia Toose is the founder and CEO of Truli Wetsuits and she had one mission in mind: ensuring that all women who want to get interested in scuba diving and water sports have access to the right quality/fit wetsuits. Wetsuits
Margaret Brooke(Courtesy Royal Canadian Navy, Department of National Defence) Margaret Martha Brooke, MBE, dietician, naval officer, war hero, paleontologist (born 10 April 1915 in Ardath, SK; died 9 January 2016 in Victoria, BC). Brooke was a nursing sister during the Second World War and survived the torpedoing
Land lovers don't realise what it feels like to be on Lake Superior in November:: freezing cold, blowing snow at night, waves of 30 plus feet and waves crashing at 60-90 MPH from two directions at once.
Marine debris is one of the major threats to Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Plastic trash and other garbage can entangle animals, flatten seagrass habitats, and damage corals. Through Goal: Clean Seas Florida Keys, the sanctuary and the National Marine
The excavation will also, experts hope, teach them a great deal about the Viking habit of ship burials.
Three million shipwrecks over the seafloor are predicted. Such sites offer significant insight into human history and culture. They are also home to the marine scientists with rich ecosystems of interest. A fascinating summary of some of the many interesting
Ask your divers what kinds of things are important to them. This isn’t just about whether they prefer nudibranchs to sharks! Some divers prefer to be at the back of a group while others prefer to be nearer to you. A lot of experienced divers don’t want to be continually asked about their remaining air.
Thanks in part to the National Geographic Society’s financial assistance, Dr. Pearce Paul Creasman, an archeologist specializing in Egyptology and Sudanese history at the University of Arizona has been able to enter the Kush King Nastasen’s underwater tomb – one of the “Black Pharaohs”.