NOAA Sends Along a Postcard From the Field: Image caption: Photo of NOAA’s Joe Hoyt and Robert Carmichael, of Global Underwater Explorers, in a submersible and the wreck of a German U-boat that sank off NC’s coast in 1942. One … Continue reading →
Global Underwater Explorer’s Project Baseline is back in the press again, this time from “down under.” Check it out here. The article covers our Summer 2016 mission to Bermuda on R/V Baseline Explorer.
PBS NewsHour’s ScienceScope recently covered a mission Global Underwater Explorer’s Project Baseline participated in last summer in Bermuda. Partnered with Nekton, Project Baseline researched and surveyed deep reefs, corals, algae, sponges, water chemistry, and more during the nearly month-long mission … Continue reading →
Tomorrow, Feb 15 is the deadline to register for the GUE Leading EDGE Performance Workshop in Seattle, March 3-5, 2017. This deadline is FIRM. To find out more about this workshop and very special event, visit here. Also, the full logistics … Continue reading →
Check out this video below with some great PNW dive footage AND FAQ who should and why to attend the GUE Leading EDGE Performance Workshop in Seattle, March 3-5, 2017. For the text version of the FAQ, go here. More … Continue reading →
UPDATED: Check this post instead. The schedule for Wet Rocks Diving’s GUE Fundamentals offerings in RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA have just been posted. Holiday Weekend (Memorial Day): May 26-29, 2017 Weekday: June 5-8, 2017 – only one seat remains Weekend Overlap: June 10-13, … Continue reading →
GUE Seattle is hosting a GUE Leading EDGE Performance Workshop March 3-5, 2017. This workshop provides GUE divers of all levels (cave, tech, recreational) an opportunity to brush up on their skills and learn about any recent changes to procedures. … Continue reading →
The plethora of white decorations at Nahoch Na Chich are beautiful; but, sometimes you need some variety. Yesterday Cenote Naharon delivered. The Naranjal system is now considered part of the larger Sistema Sac Actun. Naharon offered us some great halocline experiences: … Continue reading →
Kevin and I visited it Nohoch Na Chich, part of Sistema Sac Actun, yesterday. Thousands and thousands of feet of low flow, white speleothem, highly-decorated cave…. at an average depth of 15ft. Hours and hours until you hit turn pressure!
Kevin and I jumped into this super-inviting cenote yesterday. Yay, zero vis fun. Cenote Jailhouse (AKA Muknal Remote Siphon) part of Sistema Naranjal. It soon clears up to neat formations in slightly tannic and relatively high-flow in the shallower freshwater … Continue reading →
Getting in some fun cave dives between classes here in Mexico. Yesterday Kevin and I were treated to a great light show in the cavern of Taj Mahal, with light rays piercing the darkness and encouraging a few extra mins … Continue reading →
We’ve got a lot of blogging to catch up on from this summer. But for now, here’s some pics from yesterday’s dive in Mexico in Cenote Naharon in Sistema Naranjal, just south of Tulum. The section we spent a bunch of … Continue reading →
REVISITING: 18 JUNE 2013 I had one free day passing through Seattle on my way to teach on Vancouver Island. Of course, GUE Seattle showed me a good time at Cove 2. Beauty of the GUE system, show up, someone … Continue reading →
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