Oceanopportunity

Tag: for kids

big sharks in our backyard

Last week we took a much needed family vacation to Cape Cod. Among the many day trips was a drive…

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hitting the pavement with ocean education

While I’ve been out in the community a bit less than I usually am given a very demanding field schedule…

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an illustration of why we do what we do

For the past several months, numerous friends and colleagues have forwarded me a short film about ‘Ray’. It is a…

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two of my favorite things

National Geographic’s recent ‘Naked Science’ episode on cities under the sea touched on two of my favorite things…Lego’s and diving!…

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one shark, two sharks, red shark, blue shark…

Within just minutes of dumping a shot of secret sauce (mackerel oil) overboard to add to our chum slick, the…

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JAWS celebrates 35 years!

Thirty-five years ago, this very weekend, Steven Spielberg brought fear, panic, and mass hysteria to beaches worldwide. While the film…

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no match for Mother Nature

This weekend, I spent my would-be leisurely weekend off responding to a vessel emergency off of Brenton Reef in Newport,…

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Happy 100th Birthday Jacques Cousteau!

Born June 11th, 1910, Jacques Cousteau embarked on a lifetime intertwined with the sea. His “The Silent World” hit movie…

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Disney Oceans | coming this Earth Day

This Thursday, April 22, is Earth Day. When I look at Earth from above, its somewhat ironic that I don’t…

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NASA | BEST: Living on the Moon

This illustrated video from NASA is BY FAR the best representation of considerations to be taken for life on the…

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