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Ocean Science and Abalone and why trying to bring them back isn’t shellfish

It’s hard to imagine that at one time abalone were as thick as 70’s shag carpet on the rocky reefs of California. Native American coastal tribes, not having actual 70’s shag carpet, gathered them as a staple of their diet … Continue reading

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Return of the King

Stereolepis gigas doesn’t sound much like a king’s name. It sounds more like someone you’re going to buy a gyro from. Don’t be deceived however because this is is the scientific handle of one of the most magnificent creatures you’re … Continue reading

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It’s Election Day! Please Vote for the Love of the Ocean

Today is a big day in America whether you’re a red diver or a blue one. As people who care about the ocean, we have a chance and responsibility to speak  for an ocean that needs our help because it … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Waterkeeper Divers Battle The Devil……weed off of Palos Verdes!

A few months ago, CFD spent some time talking about the importance of divers working as stewards of their own local waters  by profiling the Los Angeles Waterkeeper and their Dive Program Manager Ian Jacobson. LAWK divers had just finished … Continue reading

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It’s World Oceans Day!

Happy World Oceans Day. In our ever changing world, the ocean is one thing that unites us all and she can use our help. Make a difference today. ‪#‎SeaSaveFoundation‬, ‪#‎Oceana‬, ‪#‎OceanConservancy‬, ‪#‎ReefCheck‬, ‪#‎HealtheBay‬, ‪#‎LosAngelesWaterkeepers‬, ‪#‎GetInspired‬.

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March 12th is Diver Day at the Aquarium of the Pacific

You like looking at fish and don’t really feel like getting wet and then having to clean your gear? If so, then today is the day for you. Bring your c-card and your singular sense of looking at fish and … Continue reading

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About a Boy and his Goby

It’s kind of hard these days to not to notice that California is in year 4 of severe drought. Lawns are getting browner, reservoirs are getting shallower, and my wife still isn’t buying my failure to wash her car as … Continue reading

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