Miami, Fla. (June 22, 2015) – Project Baseline, a worldwide conservation initiative supported by Global Underwater Explorers, put scientists underwater in a submersible alongside scuba divers this past week to document the destruction of Florida’s coral reefs. Project Baseline deployed its research vessel Baseline Explorer to the reefs off of south Florida and the Keys…Details
For Immediate Release Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Project Baseline Continues 30 Years of Research in the Florida Keys to Document and Share the Effects of Pollution on Shallow and Deep Coral Reefs Underwater Environmental Conservation Group Teams with Research Institution to Shed Light on the Human Impacts Leading to the Precarious State of Reefs in…Details
Project Baseline and Brownies Global Logistic staff and volunteers were swept up in Day Two of the Tortuga Music Festival which was filled with a constant flow of people stopping by the Project Baseline booth, photo shoots with country music celebrities and an all-day-and-into-the-night celebration of music and ocean awareness. The flood of concert goers trending…Details
On Saturday, April 11, 2015, staff and volunteer representatives from Project Baseline (Global Underwater Explorers) and Brownies Global Logistics gathered in the early morning to set up for a full day of program outreach, networking and environmental education at day one of Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival. An estimated 30,000 people flooded the festival…Details
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Divers from the non-profit Global Underwater Explorers (GUE) discovered a 2,000 year old sacrificial altar while exploring an ancient wreck.Details