Oceanopportunity

Category: Mesophotic Exploration

human ocean exploration – why bother?

Those of us who work and play out there on the edge – be it physically or intellectually – fully…

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humans’ place in frontier exploration

I received an e-invite a few days ago to participate in an online event that suggested participants will be “exploring…

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Hand in Hand | the Exosuit and Accessible Ocean Space

This is a special series on a ‘New Life’ by National Geographic Explorer Michael Lombardi as he chronicles his journey…

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a new world view from the ‘bottom up’

Several year ago, I stumbled on an article by an MIT student that discussed the concept of ‘underwater camping’ –…

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October 12th is ‘Exploration Day’

Celebrating ‘Columbus Day’ always resonates with me for several days pre and post this impactful day in history – marking Christopher…

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an in between era using in between technology

I recently returned from the field, working in a remote stretch of the Exumas, Bahamas – where I consider my…

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controlling the invasion | some lionfish news for you

The invasive lionfish – a huge threat to tropical Atlantic and Caribbean reefs. I was in the Bahamas back in…

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A Last Dive for Glowing Animals – NYTimes.com

From our friends and colleagues at the American Museum of Natural History and the City University of New York, posted…

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Making Headlines | Ocean Space Habitat on Nat Geo

Having realized limitations in deep Mesophotic intervention from work in 2010, Lombardi teams up with Subsalve USA to develop a…

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the end of the Age of Aquarius

Being immersed in the ocean science community, many of this foresaw this inevitability, but there’s nothing like the national e-news…

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