Category Archives: Guest Posts

Guest Post-Bob Gorman and Reef Rescue: Five Things You Can Do to Protect Coral Reefs

Most people think that there isn’t much you can do about what is happening in the environment. After all, you are just one person. Although you would like to help, what could you possibly do that governments and big companies … Continue reading

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Guest Post-9 Things You Can Do to Reduce Garbage in Our Oceans

Today’s guest post is by Patricia Newman. She is the author of Plastic, Ahoy! Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (Millbrook Press), winner of the Green Earth Book Award, one of the Bank Street College’s Best Books for 2015, a … Continue reading

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Guest post-10 Fun Facts About Northern Elephant Seals

This is a guest post by Charmaine Coimbra, a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, who writes and edits two marine-focused blogs, Neptune911.com, and Neptune911forkids.blogspot.com. She also writes for local publications. Since 2008 she has volunteered as a docent … Continue reading

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Guest Post-Marine Conservation is Everyone’s Business

This is a guest post from Ken Muise of snorkelstore.com. Ken is an active duty Soldier stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii. He believes he is best snorkeler in the world, although many disagree with him. His website helps people make good … Continue reading

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Guest Post- Jane Cui and Southeast Asia Diving

5 Amazing Places to Scuba Dive in Southeast Asia Southeast Asian waters contain the Coral Triangle, an area that comprises Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and East Timor. The Coral Triangle has the largest amount of marine biodiversity … Continue reading

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Guest Post-Whale Watching: Southern California Style!

My name is Vaishali Shah and I am a volunteer Naturalist for the Cabrillo Whalewatch Program sponsored by the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and American Cetacean Society Los Angeles Chapter. I have been a volunteer for 5 years and it has … Continue reading

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Guest Post: World’s Most Fabulous Diving Hotspots

World’s Most Fabulous Diving Hotspots by Angel Jessica For some international tourists, a leisure trip would not be complete without engaging in some form of fun activity. For such tourists, planning a vacation includes identifying locations that can be described … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Cuttlefish by Grant Stirton

The Cuttlefish There’s one cryptic reef dweller, whose superior intelligence, curiosity and charisma has always captured my heart. With over 120 species worldwide, the cuttlefish is both an adaptable and resourceful predator. They belong to the taxonomic class of Cephalopods … Continue reading

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Sex in the Sea: Uncovering the Mating Behavior of the Giant Sea Bass

Brian Clark is a graduate student at California State University Northridge. He is currently crowdfunding his research project “Sex in the Sea: Uncovering the Mating Behavior of the Giant Sea Bass” Here is more from Brian (aka JR) Clark: The … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Interview with Brian Skerry

The following is an excerpt from True to Me Too’s interview with National Geographic photojournalist, Brian Skerry. Brian discusses some of his iconic images in depth, as well as the changes he’s witnessed over the course of his career. The … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Lloyd Figgins on Rowing the Atlantic Ocean

Rowing the Atlantic Ocean – one man’s journey of a lifetime Lloyd Figgins is an Adventurer with many years of expedition experience, and the lure of a new challenge is never far away for Lloyd. In December 2011, with his … Continue reading

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Guest Post: 5 Most Dangerous Sea Creatures

Author Bio: Alina Jones is a content writer. She is a parent of two kids. Her interests are Films, Travel, Entertainment, Technology and Eco Living. She is a professional blogger from London and has written many articles on Entertainment, Finance … Continue reading

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Ocean Treasures Film Festival

This Saturday, May 18 2013 is a FREE Ocean Film Festival at Stanford University. It is called the “Ocean Treasures Film Festival.” “We may not be able to bring the Stanford community to the ocean en masse, but through the … Continue reading

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Guest post: Beach Chair Scientist

Ann McElhatton blogs at Beach Chair Scientist. Follow her on Twitter @bcsanswers and Facebook “Beach Chair Scientist” Ann has defined what it means to be a 21st century armchair scientist. She finds creating opportunities that make marine science accessible to … Continue reading

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Guest post: Maria Kruk of Species.com

Climate change affects all wildlife, including marine animals. Specifically, some species have already been put on the list of the most vulnerable wildlife due to global warming. Among those listed are different species of whales and sharks. They have lived … Continue reading

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