28 March 2017After years of research, the historic Swash Channel Wreck has finally been identified as a Dutch armed merchant vessel called the Fame, which sank in a storm near Poole Harbour in Dorset in March 1631.
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27 March 2017Atlantic Scuba of Falmouth in Cornwall has become the first English dive-centre to be affiliated with the Nautical Archaeology Society.
21 March 2017An unusual approach to financing an artificial reef has been adopted by Torbay-based small business ARC Marine, which has launched a £30,000 crowdfunding appeal to install its modular system initially at Somerset inland dive-site Vobster Quay.
20 March 2017It's news to cheer environmentally concerned divers - it is possible for human/shark interactions to take place without any long-term effects on the sharks. That's according to recently published research by scientists from University of California Santa Barbara and Florida International University.
16 March 2017Marine conservation groups have condemned the landing in Turkey of 30 giant devil rays, which they say contravenes Mediterranean agreements to protect the endangered species. They are asking Turkish and regional fisheries authorities how the take was allowed and how such an incident can be prevented from happening again.
12 March 2017In the week that the Trump appointee to head the USA's Environmental Protection Agency denied that carbon dioxide causes global warming, a US/Australian report has stated that every nation with World Heritage-listed coral reefs can be held responsible under international law to protect them from climate-change effects.
5 March 2017The death of an aquarium diver when he was stung by a leopard whiptail ray has been ruled a tragic misadventure at a coroner's inquiry.
4 March 2017Observing natural marine-life behaviour uninhibited by the presence of humans can be a challenge for scientists, but an international research team says that by attaching non-invasive video cameras to dusky dolphins it has captured some nine hours' footage of rarely seen activities.