Learn about the diseases and other threats which affect coral around the world and how to identify and monitor them.
Cigarette butts are now the worlds leading source of marine debris, and they are killing our marine life.
Hard corals are generally thought of as autotrophs, or organisms which produce most of their own metabolic energy and contribute to the base of the food chain in the ecosystem. […]
Conservation Diver Trainer Pau Urgell recently made a pretty important discovery during an Ecological Monitoring Program survey – a rare species of soft coral that seemed to be making a […]
Conservation Divers Rahul Mehrotra and Spencer Arnold returned to the Philippines in 2017 to continue the research and ecological consultancy work from the initial assessment in 2016. The small and […]
Toboso is a rural area in the province of Negros Occidental with almost no prior marine habitat usage outside of fishing. In July of 2016, Conservation Diver Trainer Rahul Mehrotra […]
In May of 2016, Conservation Diver Trainers Pau Urgell and Kait Harris were invited by the Island Livelihood Institute to come and help with marine conservation projects and education in […]
Coral Reef Ecology and Monitoring The Coral Reef Ecology and Monitoring Course is a partial fulfillment of the full Ecological Monitoring Program (EMP), for students who do not have time […]
Nudibranch Ecology and ID Course Nudibranchs, and other sea slugs, are a diverse and fascinating group of marine gastropods that have developed very colorful and ornate forms. Apart from being […]
Shark Ecology and Population Studies Certification Program Sharks are one of the top predators of almost all marine environments; they have played a major role in driving the evolution of […]