“There used to be so much more coral.” “There used to be so many more fish.” “The water used to be so clear.” Typical comments from divers having dived for a decade
From our Executive Director, Dr. Todd Kincaid July 2015, on the working deck of the r/v Baseline Explorer. Divers are coming back aboard from a survey of algae on the coral
In September 2019, Dr. Austin Gallagher, Chief Scientist and CEO of an organization called Beneath the Waves reached out to us to talk about helping them with their mission to
Below are the new teams this year, that have given data - Welcome! Here are a few more team stats for October 2019 5 - newly active teams in 2019
As a coral reef scientist, it is my mission to dive in as many unique places around the world to gain a global perspective on coral reef ecology and their condition. My work primarily focuses in the Western Atlantic and Caribbean, which is a very different system than the Western Pacific.
Project Baseline Sardinia has developed exponentially in the last 4-5 years, going from a friendly meet up in the beautiful location of Cala Gonone, to a lot more organized and structured campaign dedicated to conservation and scientific research.
In January this year, the Portland Harbour Wrecks Project teamed up with Ghost Fishing UK to run a winter warmer weekend, involving new and existing project divers. Despite the challenging conditions, four boatloads of divers met in Portland to learn more about Project Baseline and Ghost Fishing UK.
This Year Project Baseline Oslo volunteers were able to visit a high school in Drammen to give a presentation about micro plastics and cleaning up our oceans to two senior classes.
Environmental problems are inevitably personal whereby individuals or groups of individuals subjectively internalize a given level of environmental quality. The decline of the underwater world is no different.