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Researchers film giant squid in the Gulf of Mexico

by DiveSSI - 1st July 2019
Spectacular footage from 760 meters depthRare shots were made by researchers in the Gulf of Mexico. They managed to get…
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American researchers discover unknown deep-sea corals

by DiveSSI - 11th April 2019
At least two different types of bubble gum corals identified DNA analysis has now confirmed that scientists from the Woods…
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Researchers want to explore life under hundreds of feet of ice

by DiveSSI - 18th March 2019
Antarctic expedition to the Larsen C ice shelf and iceberg A68An international research team led by the Alfred Wegener Institute…
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DAN Europe offers research internships

by DiveSSI - 14th January 2019
In 2019, a total of 12 internships will be availableDAN Europe supports young people interested in diving medicine, physiology, biomedical…
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Myanmar: Researchers discover new catfish species

by DiveSSI - 12th December 2018
A total of 157 new species discovered on the MekongIn the Mekong region, a total of 157 new species were…
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Baby shark enchants researchers

by DiveSSI - 6th December 2018
Catshark embryo filmed in the CaribbeanFrom October 30 to November 20, 2018, NOAA and its partners conducted an expedition with…
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Great Barrier Reef: Researchers want to breed and colonize coral larvae

by DiveSSI - 30th November 2018
Coral breeding and rehabilitation in large-scale trialA team of researchers from TU Delft, Van Oord and the Australian National Science…
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Unknown deep-sea sea creatures filmed by researchers

by DiveSSI - 14th November 2018
New species of sea squirts (Ascidiacea) discoveredCuleolus barryi is the newly discovered species of sea squirts recently filmed by researchers…
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Research vessel “Polarstern” started towards Antarctica

by DiveSSI - 12th November 2018
What does it look like below the ice shelf of the calved giant iceberg "A68"?On November 11, 2018, the research…
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Deep-sea mining: Research on risks and ecological consequences

by DiveSSI - 3rd October 2018
“Mining Impact: Phase 2 of the project started in BrusselsThere are still no mining licenses for the deep-sea outside national…
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Brazil: Researchers discover unknown reef fish

by DiveSSI - 2nd October 2018
Divers where so captivated - they didn’t notice sixgill shark hovering above themNamed for Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love…
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Arctic Expedition: Research vessel “Polarstern” is supposed to freeze in the ice

by DiveSSI - 6th July 2018
International MOSAiC expedition starts in autumn 2019It will be the largest Arctic research expedition of all times: In September 2019,…
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Researchers are measuring a record concentration of microplastic in the Arctic sea ice

by DiveSSI - 29th May 2018
The plastic particles come from the garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean and from fishing vesselsResearchers at the Alfred Wegener…
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Marine researchers on expedition in the Southern Ocean

by DiveSSI - 21st March 2018
Antarctic: Climate change and krillThe small, swimming crustacean krill and the gelatinous salps are the focus of an expedition of…
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Researchers are reconstructing the history of the sea level

by DiveSSI - 21st February 2018
Fossil coral reefs as a key to 6000 years of developmentThe sea level rises according to current forecasts between 80…
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DAN Europe Research Internship in Malta

by DiveSSI - 15th March 2017
Internship starts in July 2017 Young people interested in diving medicine and physiology, biomedical engineering and research are invited to…
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Tsunami research: Reconstructing the lateral collapse of a volcano

by DiveSSI - 14th November 2016
Flank collapses of volcanic islands produce massive landslides Volcanic eruptions can cause destructive tsunamis. As part of an expedition, marine…
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Researchers discover Arctic climatic conditions during the late Miocene era

by DiveSSI - 5th April 2016
An international team of scientists led by the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research has…
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Deep-Sea Research Exhibition

by DiveSSI - 13th August 2015
New Exhibition Showcases Development Of Deep-Sea Research And Technology If not for technical breathing apparatus and underwater equipment, the true beauty…
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Experience Marine Research First-Hand

by DiveSSI - 9th July 2015
GEOMAR Open House in Kiel on 12 July 2015 How dangerous is plastic waste in the ocean? How much World…
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Local Diving – The Best Way to Dive More

by DiveSSI - 23rd July 2020
Travel may still be widely restricted, but don't let that get you down. Sure, your idea of diving may be…
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Diving the Alien Ocean: Game “In Other Waters”

by DiveSSI - 7th April 2020
Dive on Gliese 667Cc - unusual computer game"In Other Waters" is set on an exoplanet completely covered by an ocean.…
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Microplastics discovered in new deep sea species

by DiveSSI - 5th March 2020
Researchers officially name flea cancer "Plasticus"Only five centimetres tall, its home in about 6,500 meters depth in the Pacific Ocean…
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The secret life of the sponges

by DiveSSI - 25th February 2020
Time-lapse photos expose movementsYou might think that deep-sea sponges are about as active as cleaning sponges. But this is not…
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How are Dragonets, Weever and Hooknoses?

by DiveSSI - 7th January 2020
New evaluation method shows the impact of fishing on “by-catch species”A new method for assessing fish stocks for which little…
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Djibouti, Pearl of the Southern Red Sea

by DiveSSI - 22nd December 2019
A diving safari at its finest - in the still almost untouched waters of Djibouti and the Gulf of Tadjoura. …
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Canary Islands declared Hope Spot

by DiveSSI - 20th December 2019
Better protection for important marine area During the world climate conference in Madrid, the waters between Tenerife and La Gomera…
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Wreck of “SMS Scharnhorst” discovered in the Falkland Islands

by DiveSSI - 11th December 2019
Armored cruiser from the First World War located in the South Atlantic at 1,610 metersThe German Admiral Graf von Spee…
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Volcano “F” is the origin of the floating stones

by DiveSSI - 9th December 2019
Researchers publish study on pumice raft in the Southwest PacificSince August 2019, a huge cluster of pumice stones in the…
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Impact of climate change threatens ocean life

by DiveSSI - 6th December 2019
New Greenpeace report calls for global action to save the oceansLarge parts of the oceans could soon fail in their…
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Climate change: Nemo in trouble

by DiveSSI - 3rd December 2019
Clown fish can not adapt to rapid environmental changesThe well-liked anemonefish, which became popular through the films "Finding Nemo" and…
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Hawaii: Scuba divers document state of corals

by DiveSSI - 28th November 2019
Scientists rely on the help of scuba divers and snorkelers Between 2014 and 2015, roundabout 50 to 90 percent of…
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MOSES hunts Ocean Eddies

by DiveSSI - 24th November 2019
Researchers want to study mobile oxygen minimum zonesThe nets are in place: As part of the Helmholtz environmental monitoring program,…
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Antibiotics from the sea

by DiveSSI - 21st November 2019
Research team opens up a source for new antibioticsThe team around Prof. dr. Christian Jogler from the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena has…
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Unknown coral reef discovered in western Norway

by DiveSSI - 19th November 2019
Serendipitous discovery: Large cold water coral reef Norwegian researchers have discovered the largest known deep-water coral reef – up to…
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Healthy mangrove forests help reef fish

by DiveSSI - 14th November 2019
Healthy mangrove forests help reef fishA new study shows how healthy mangroves can help some reef fish cope with the…
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Possession of a warrior discovered in river

by DiveSSI - 13th November 2019
Lost during a fight? Divers group recovers 3,300 year old bronze objects from riverA research team discovered 31 unusual objects…
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No marine reserve in the Antarctic Weddell Sea

by DiveSSI - 4th November 2019
International commission for protecting marine life in Antarctica has failed for the eighth consecutive time to create a marine parkThe…
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How much methane comes from the ocean?

by DiveSSI - 29th October 2019
New study reduces uncertainties in greenhouse gas emissionsMethane (CH4) is a powerful greenhouse gas that has both natural and anthropogenic…
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Bladderwrack in the climatic stress

by DiveSSI - 28th October 2019
Fucus vesiculosus (Bladderwrack) shows coupled reactions to environmental changes Short-term heat waves, long-term warming and acidification, increasing over-fertilization and oxygen depletion…
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Sunlight Breaks Down Polystyrene Faster Than Expected

by DiveSSI - 15th October 2019
Certain plastics are decomposed by sunlightA study published by researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) shows that polystyrene,…
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How do you weigh a living whale?

by DiveSSI - 14th October 2019
New technique uses drone photos to weigh whalesFredrik Christiansen of the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies and colleagues have developed…
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Bio-inspired robot can fly and dive

by DiveSSI - 11th October 2019
A drone as a flying fishA bio-inspired robot uses water from the environment to create a propellant gas and start…
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Viruses affect functions in the marine ecosystem

by DiveSSI - 10th October 2019
Scientists are showing a new picture of the role of viruses in the seaViruses are known primarily as pathogens of…
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10 things you did not know about ice

by DiveSSI - 9th October 2019
Ice plays a crucial role in the global climateIce is water in its solid form, but it is also important…
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Man-made stressors endanger sharks

by DiveSSI - 1st October 2019
Less chance for Shark babies in stressed environmentsAn international research team has found that shark babies born in environments affected…
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Hunting corals

by DiveSSI - 19th September 2019
Corals feed differently than expectedWhen it comes to nutrition, corals have a few tricks. Most of their nutrients come from…