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Live Broadcast from Under the Sea

Exciting news…. The Classroom Under the Sea Project will continue with their weekly live broadcasts from Jules Undersea Lodge (La Chalupa habitat) in Key Largo Florida.  This Thursday (Oct 16 2014) the topic will be the Undersea and Outer-space connection.  Special guest will be NASA Astronaut Buzz Aldrin.  

 

Remember that these broadcasts are “Live” and they are coming from an Undersea Habitat.  You can participate, and get more information at http://www.roanestate.edu/classroomunderthesea/

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Classroom Under the Sea live broadcast #1

Bruce E. Cantrell & Jessica Fain with Classroom Under the Sea have just finished their first live broadcast from Jules' Undersea Lodge (La Chalupa) underwater habitat located in Key Largo Florida. This is the first of weekly live broadcasts during their record breaking undersea mission.

This weeks special guests were Ian Koblick and Dr. Neil Monney of Marine Resources Development Foundation and Jules' Undersea Lodge.

If you wish to view the broadcast, it is available on YouTube.https://www.youtube.com/user/classroomunderthesea

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19th Century Ship Found Intact

A nineteenth century schooner ship has been discovered amazingly intact. Meteorologist Danielle Banks has the details.
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Photos: 'Diver Laura' and friends' Seacrest morning with ROVs

Photos: 'Diver Laura' and friends' Seacrest morning with ROVs | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
(Top photo by Laura James; other photos by Rachel Chaimson)
On Wednesday morning, the divers at Seacrest weren't all human: As previewed here, "Diver Laura" James and friends went in with ROVs, to check on the sick-sea-star situation, among other missions. Laura sent a report and p
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Thanks West Seattle Blog for this great post and everyone who made such a fun day possible! (Photo Credit Rachel Chaimson)

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'Street view'-type mapping goes underwater; images to go public on Google - San Jose Mercury News

'Street view'-type mapping goes underwater; images to go public on Google - San Jose Mercury News | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
'Street view'-type mapping goes underwater; images to go public on Google
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ISLAMORADA, Fla. -- It's easy to go online and get a 360-degree, ground-level view of almost any street in the United States and throughout the world.
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Jules' Distinctive Specialy Certifications

Jules' Distinctive Specialy Certifications | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
PADI Specialities at Jules' Undersea Lodge, the world's only underwater hotel, located at Key Largo Undersea Park in Key Largo, Florida.
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You’ve heard about Underwater Habitats and Laboratories. You have probably followed the exploits of the NASA NEEMO team during their training and space simulation missions in the Aquarius Undersea Habitat located near Ley Largo Florida. You may even be aware of the upcoming 72 day (world record) undersea mission “Classroom Under the Sea” involving the folks from Roane State College and Marine Resourced Development Foundation (MRDF) which will be conducted at Jules’ Undersea Lodge and MarineLab.


So now you’re curious. You want to know how they do this. What technology is involved? Who can do this? What’s it all about? You may even want to know how You can do it, right?

 

First you must know that there are only three actual Undersea Habitats that are currently active. There is the “Aquarius” which is owned by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and currently operated by Florida International University (FIU).

 

The other two active Undersea Habitats are also located at Key Largo, Florida and are operated by MRDF and they are the Jules’ Undersea Lodge and MarineLab.

 

All three facilities are actively engaged in undersea research and education, and all three have been used by NASA as Space Analog Training Platforms.

 

More importantly, the two MRDF facilities (Jules’ & MarineLab) are making their habitats available for private individuals so that You Too can learn what it’s all about, and You Too can experience living & working under the sea as an “Aquanaut.”

 

Want to know more? Please visit the following webpage for details.http://www.jul.com/Specialities.html

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News: Sign up for BIOL 2600, a class unlike any other - Roane State Community College

News: Sign up for BIOL 2600, a class unlike any other - Roane State Community College | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
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News: Sign up for BIOL 2600, a class unlike any other - Roane State Community College

News: Sign up for BIOL 2600, a class unlike any other - Roane State Community College | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
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Divers recover mystery anchor off Ledgewood, Vancouver link possible - South Whidbey Record

Divers recover mystery anchor off Ledgewood, Vancouver link possible - South Whidbey Record | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
First they cheered, then they wept.

The long-submerged anchor believed connected with Captain George Vancouver and his famed exploration of the Pacific Northwest more than 200 years ago touched down on the deck of a barge off Ledgewood late Monday. It was a moment of joy, but also one of closure, as it marked the end of six years of research, toil and obsession.

“I’m pretty overcome right now,” said a teary-eyed Scott Grimm, moments after the anchor was recovered. “It’s been a long time.”
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Interview with Teresa McKinna, Jules' Undersea Lodge - YouTube

Teresa McKinna with Jules' Undersea Lodge, location of Classroom Under the Sea, discuss the history and operations of the underwater habitat.
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That's wreck diving! In BC by Parks Canada - Would you like that as a job? :) #scuba

That's wreck diving! In BC by Parks Canada - Would you like that as a job? :) #scuba | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
Underwater archeologists with Parks Canada have returned from an expedition that took them below the surface of B.C.'s Haida Gwaii region.

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Anchor aweigh in Port Townsend: Relic on display at NWMC

Anchor aweigh in Port Townsend: Relic on display at NWMC | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
An anchor believed to be lost from the HMS Chatham in 1792 was salvaged on June 9 and brought to Port Townsend.
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36 rescued, 9 still missing after research ship sinks | Society | FOCUS TAIWAN - CNA ENGLISH NEWS

36 rescued, 9 still missing after research ship sinks | Society | FOCUS TAIWAN - CNA ENGLISH NEWS | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
Taipei, Oct. 10 (CNA) Thirty-six people have been saved but nine others remain unaccounted for after a research vessel sank off the outlying island of Penghu on Friday night, according to the Coast Guard Administration (CGA).
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New Rebreather Research Unveiled At EUROTEK: The Five Minute Prebreathe

New Rebreather Research Unveiled At EUROTEK: The Five Minute Prebreathe | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
Associate Professor Simon J Mitchell is a EUROTEK favourite, in fact he has spoken at every event since the event was founded in 2008. Dr Mitchell has the ability to explain quite complex issues in a
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Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it

Illustration (123RF) Bios Swimmer is an unmanned vehicle that can operate underwater as well as on the surface, designated to follow incoming vessels and monitor possible introduction of explosives attached to their hull. Scientists in Hawaii developed another unmanned marine vehicle designed to... http://i-hls.com/2014/08/autonomous-unmanned-underwater-vehicles-uuv-play-role-port-safety-security-monitor-explosives-attached-hulls-assist-navigation/


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Redirecting...

Redirecting... | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
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I have updated my "expedition" on the Open Explorer website. But timing and success depends on how soon I can acquire an OpenROV kit.

OpenROV will be "GIVING AWAY 5 OpenROV KITS* to the expeditions that gather the most amount of followers on OpenExplorer over the coming month (ending 12pm PST on 9/19). "

 

Please support my expedition by visiting the www.openexplorer.com website and "following" my Seawolf Diving USA expedition as posted on the OpenExplorer page. 

 

Follow the link and look for the Seawolf Diving USA Expedition. 

 

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Q&A: James Cameron on How Filmmaking Drove His Ocean Exploration - National Geographic

Q&A: James Cameron on How Filmmaking Drove His Ocean Exploration - National Geographic | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
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Q&A: James Cameron on How Filmmaking Drove His Ocean Exploration
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I loved science fiction and exploring unknown worlds.
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Divers Alert Network, King Triggerfish Attacks, Wounds Diver

A large triggerfish attacked a diver, hitting him in the head and causing a large wound on the scalp.
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Risk is an innate aspect of Diving.  The environment into which we (divers) choose to immerse ourselves is largely hostile and foreign to our survival.  We cannot breathe water and our psychology and behavior are attuned to terrestrial life. 

Managing the risks of diving is, in large part how we can survive incursions into the aquatic realm.  We have devised technique and technology that allow us to visit the underwater world for extended periods of time and to function with increasing ease.  

Through constant and repeated visits we are even starting to develop an understanding of the ecology, lifestyles and behavior of our watery friends. 

Although with the ever improving technology and a continuously growing body of knowledge about the many aspects of diving, we have managed to make our underwater activity relatively safe, there are still risks which we have yet to learn to effectively manage.  

We can learn things like: don’t feed the fish, don’t pet the eel,  don’t ride the shark, and we can make generalizations about sea critters and how they will act to our presence, but we may never predict the actions of the individual animal with 100% accuracy and 100% of the time (much like humans).  

What we can do is try our best to manage and mitigate the risks, thereby making our diving activity as safe as possible.  After doing all that we can, we must make the conscious decision to accept what risks remain as part of the game (or not).

Diving (like most activities) is a game of percentages.  If we do everything possible to tilt the odds in our favor and to reduce as many risk factors as possible, then the chances of a safe successful dive are greater.  Yet there is still, and always, the slim chance that something will go “not at all as expected…”

The attached story (From Divers Alert Network) illustrated one of the risk factors of diving that we may never completely eliminate.  That factor being unexpected fishy behavior.  

Dive Safe My Friends… and Stay Wet.

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Empress of Ireland: First scientific study of wreck underway

Empress of Ireland: First scientific study of wreck underway | Undersea Exploration | Scoop.it
Parks Canada divers explored the wreck of the Empress of Ireland Thursday in the first scientific expedition since the 1914 sinking of the Liverpool-bound passenger liner in the St. Lawrence River off Pointe-au-Père, Quebec.

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2 for 1: Epic underwater freediving / scuba diving photoshoot & The secret to success :)

Read more: http://www.vonwong.com/blog/baliunderwater Video by Chindian Boy Studios: http://chindianboy.smugmug.com/ Please remember that the people in this ...

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Interview with Jessica Fain and Bruce Cantrell - YouTube

Roane State faculty Bruce Cantrell and Jessica Fain share their thoughts on the challenges and opportunities involved with living and teaching underwater for...
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Upcoming event:  An exciting record breaking mission to live under the sea for 72 continuous days.  More importantly, much real science and many educational outreach opportunities will be the focus of this mission.   Fore more info :   http://www.roanestate.edu/classroomunderthesea/

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ROV winners announced - Alpena News

CTV News ROV winners announced Alpena News ALPENA - The 2014 Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) International Remotely Operated Vehicle Competition came to a close Saturday night, with teams from all over the world packing up their robots...
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