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Tag Archive: Ocean Life

How human noise affects ocean habitats | Kate Stafford

Sonar systems developed for the U.S. Navy to detect enemy submarines generates slow-rolling sound waves at around 235 decibels. For reference, the world’s loudest rock bands top out at only 130. These waves are able to travel for hundreds of kilometers under water and can retain intensity as far as 500 kilometers from their source. …

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Harvard University: Keith Ellenbogen | Ocean Photography

Keith Ellenbogen is an award-winning underwater photographer with a focus on environmental conservation. Ellenbogen showcases his beautiful and compelling ocean-based wildlife images in this talk at the Harvard University, including his recent exploratory work using high-speed photography and 360-degree immersive camera systems.  

TED: Dive into an ocean photographer’s world | Thomas Peschak

Somersaulting manta rays, dashing dolphins, swarming schools of fish and munching sharks inhabit a world beneath the ocean’s surface that few get a chance to see. Conservation photographer Thomas Peschak visits incredible seascapes around the world, and his photos reveal these hidden ecosystems. “You can’t love something and become a champion for it if you …

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Quartz : Scientists just captured stunning images of deep sea creatures off the coast of Puerto Rico

Some are so new to us, they don’t even have names.  

Howard Hall: Sperm Whale Encounter

Filmed by Howard Hall, this video was shot in Dominica. The capture format was RED 4K. Divers were Douglas Seifert and Andrew Armour. Music is by Shie Rozow.  

Dan Beecham: Cape Fur Seals – Threat Displays

Filmed by Dan Beecham., bull Cape Fur Seal (Arctocephalus pusillus) displaying territorial threat displays off Hout Bay, South Africa.