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Patricia Lockhart and Shearwater SCUBA Club will host a talk on sharks in the North Atlantic by Dr Chris Harvey-Clark. For more information contact Patricia Lockhart or Shearwater Scuba ClubFind out more »
Following the Scarborough Underwater Club (SUCI) Meeting at 7:30pm in the Leadership Room at the lower level of the Toronto Pan Am Center on Feb 12, there will be a presentation (via Skype) by Industrial Designer Brain Camenzuli on a prototype underwater robot called "Starfish" The Starfish is an underwater tethered robot capable of scanning, grappling and retrieving objects from lake, river and ocean floors. It can be used to discover the underwater world, to retrieve items lost overboard from…Find out more »
In the mid-1960s, their fleet of luxury liners carrying passengers and freight across the Great Lakes split from Canadian Pacific. Most were sent to scrap yards, but the S.S. Keewatin survived as a floating museum which an American collector had bought. Then a real estate company and its homeport city of Port McNicoll, Ontario started a project to bring home the vessel. Hear the story of this great ship from the Friends of Keewatin organization's Chairman, Eric Conroy, and watch…Find out more »
Scarborough Underwater Club (SUCI) is presenting an evening of technical diving and diving of the Truk Lagoon's wrecks at its next meeting on 4 March 2020. This informative evening will be presented by Brian Pallock & Dan Suke of Dive Source from their recent dive trip to Truk Lagoon, where they witnessed a part of World War II history, underwater. A fascinating view of "Operation Hailstone" including overlays of "yesterday & today" pictures, as well as a video of the…Find out more »
The Niagara Divers ' Association will present its 26th Annual Shipwrecks Symposium, "Shipwrecks 2020," at Centennial High School, 240 Thorold Road, Welland, Ontario, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. This is the same location that we have been using for the past 23 years and features a 1100 seat auditorium with seating in theatrical style and excellent sound system. We have plans, as in the past, for multiple multimedia presentations by internationally renowned speakers and local speakers. Includes prizes for lunch,…Find out more »
On March 14th and 15th, the Florida State Fairgrounds will go back in time to a different place, a different Florida, a land long lost. The Tampa Bay Fossil Club presents the 33rd annual, FossilFest 2020 - The Ice Age Returns! FossilFest is Florida’s largest prehistoric show where the public can view amazing fossils that were found right here in Florida, as well as, artifacts left behind by Florida’s first people. FossilFest features educational activities for both children and adults…Find out more »
The Michigan Maritime Museum lecture series in South Haven, Michigan, begins on March 25, 2020 with a presentation by Ross Richardson on the Manitou and Beaver Passages of Lake Michigan shipwrecks and lighthouses. The area is home to the largest array of lakeshore lighthouses and shipwrecks. Richardson recently made news with the discovery of the WC Kimball, an 1891 schooner.Find out more »
Huntsman is hosting the upcoming Primer-e workshop in St. Andrews, Canada. Instructor: Dr. Paul Somerfield from Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom Dr. Somerfield is a highly-cited and sought-after numerical ecologist who has been instrumental in developing and using the methods in PRIMER across many fields, having led and lectured PRIMER workshops across the globe for over two decades. With knowledge and broad experience in analysing multivariate datasets of all kinds, Dr. Somerfield has mentored and published with hundreds of scientists and professionals…Find out more »
Cathy Church's Underwater Photo Fest in Grand Cayman at the Sunset House Hotel Enjoy exciting classes with Cathy and her fabulous staff.Find out more »
When you experience SharkCon, you will dive deep into the world’s oceans. Everyone is connected to the ocean, but there are so many more secrets to learn about its amazing inhabitants. SharkCon is an event suitable for the casual consumer of shark lore, to the most intense aficionado of shark science. If it’s about sharks, it’s at SharkCon!Find out more »
Join The Shark Trust for an evening of shark celebration and discovery on September 25, 2020. Shark Trust initially decided to hold the event at London's Royal Geographical Society. But they decided to run this event digitally because of COVID-19, and the changing rules and advices. We hope that you will join us for a more rare Shark party and discovery evening. Sharks are among the most distinctive and spectacular predators in our oceans. About 1000 shark and ray species…Find out more »