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Nasa astronauts test Google Glass at underwater facility to assist with space missions
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Sleek yellow gliders will soon cruise the waters off Nova Scotia in a high-tech bid to track down one of the world’s most endangered marine mammals and possibly provide clues to an ecological mystery. Canadian and American scientists are getting ready to deploy autonomous underwater vehicles around the Scotian shelf to look for rare North Atlantic right whales and learn more about their habitats.
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The Royal Canadian Geographical Society is using new technologies to hunt for old shipwrecks: Erebus and Terror, the missing ships of Sir John Franklin's doomed Arctic expedition.
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For divers swimming hundreds of feet beneath the ocean's surface, communication is a notorious challenge. Crews have developed an extensive language of hand signals to express their needs, but...
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A pod of stranded dolphins have been rescued -- again -- after beaching in Newfoundland for a second day. After the pod was saved Sunday, seven beached dolphins again had to be towed back into the water the next day.
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Divers discover a remarkably well preserved warship, stumble onto treasure, and thwart a curse.
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Lake Erie was declared dead in the 1960s and '70s, and then scientists championed it as one of the environment's biggest revival stories. But with the return of algal blooms, scientists say the lake needs a second comeback.
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The sea has apparently claimed two tokens, redeemable for top-of-the-line diver watches, hidden on shipwrecks years ago to promote the sport of diving in Nanaimo.When divers first stashed them in . . .
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Award-winning international underwater photographer has made photographic history by taking the world's first 360 degree single image photograph underwater in one shot using a lens supplied by...
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The video, which claimed to show a shark in Wolfe Island, Ont., had some in town afraid of swimming and received attention at Queen's Park
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A free maritime archaeology course that starts in October 2014. Hopefully the interest generated will convince them to continue this great initiative.
Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds: Maritime Archaeology   Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds is a free four week online course offered in conjunction with FutureLearn, starting on the 6th October 2014.  It  gives you a unique opportunity  to gain an insight into the fascinating world of maritime archaeology, in an open access and engaging format. Drawing on the expertise of the staff and students of …
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We're an association of Canuck divers, from coast to coast and abroad, who want to further their enjoyment and knowledge of this great, enriching activity. SCUBA diving is inherently social so why not join our dive community today (it's free).
 
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