Life below the surface

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Hi friends and fam! I’ve been busy diving 3 times a day and entering data in the evenings. My days run from about 6:30 am until 10 or 11 pm. It’s exhausting, but I absolutely love what I’m doing!

The Great Barrier Reef is beautiful and has magnificent diversity. There’s so much more to this environment than the photos you’ve seen and the rumors you’ve heard. I’m hoping that by sharing my experiences and images that you’ll have a chance to look through the surface as a scientist and ocean advocate.

If you’d like to follow blog posts from this mission, check out the blog on the Living Ocean Foundation’s website.

In other news, a lab mate of mine has applied for a project through National Geographic to study the little-studied reef environments below some of the most famous surf breaks in the world! Mapping these environments will help both scientists and surfers to better understand the environments beneath these famous waves. Click here to check out their video, and please vote to support this amazing project in coral reef science!

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