No question, any one of our dozens of volunteer Project Baseline teams deserve to have their work featured prominently on our blog and Facebook page, but we’re excited to share the work being done by Dr. Todd Kincaid, Jarrod Jablonski, Robert Carmichael, and supporting dive team members as we continue to share the progress of our 2014 Global Expedition. We can’t thank Brownies Global Logistics enough for making this new chapter in GUE and Project Baseline’s history a reality. It’s exciting for Project Baseline to be part of team with access to such a comprehensive array of resources, making landmark underwater documentation at key locations throughout the Atlantic and Mediterranean accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.
One of the goals central this expedition is to increase public awareness about each underwater location we visit in 2014. We hope that by achieving this goal, we will usher in a committed, diverse and wide reaching base of support that helps ensure each location is preserved in the state in which our divers find them today. We have been lucky to spend most of this March documenting locations that appear to be largely unchanged and remain in a relatively pristine ecological balance. A handful of these locations, also known as Stations in Project Baseline parlance, will soon be available for viewing in our new database interface. Head to projectbaseline.org and click on “Search Our Database” to view the 2014 Global Expedition Stations. In the meantime, click on the link below to preview just a snippit of the majestic underwater world our team has been exploring and documenting along the way.
2014 Global Expedition Album
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