A new study, using 20 years of Reef Check data, finds that corals now can withstand higher temperatures before bleaching than they could a decade ago.
Turquoise Bay Dive and Beach Resort on Roatan's northeast coast and Subway Watersports, the on-site dive operation for Turquoise Bay, recently celebrated the three-year anniversary of the installation of the first coral nurseries in the Bay Islands of Honduras.
DeeperBlue.com's own Francesca Koe is one of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation's 2019 Ocean Awards Gala honorees.
FORCE BLUE members and scientists have teamed up to tackle Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease in the Florida Keys.
If up until now, you thought the marine life around the Galapagos Islands was very diverse, you've been wrong. There's a lot more than that.
Divers in the US and beyond will gather this coming June to break the world record for the largest underwater clean-up.
An Elkhorn coral planting program at Bonaire’s Oil Slip Leak dive site has been completed.
Australia has launched a Mater Reef Guides Program to better inform and educate visitors to the Great Barrier Reef.
The Key West City Commission has voted to ban the sale of sunscreens that damage corals and marine life.
An update from Worldwide Diving and Sail on the Solomon Island Oil Spill.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission (FWC) has enacted new regulations to protect sharks in its waters as well as the Blue Heron Bridge dive site.
Oil spill in the Solomon Islands threatens reef and UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The M/V Steve Irwin, which until late last year served as the flagship of the Sea Shepherd environmental group, could be taking on a new role as an artificial reef.
The sixth annual Shark-Con held in Tampa, Florida this coming summer will have a bunch of shark advocates gathering in one place to talk about their favorite fish.