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First SNI Dive Experience (Blog)

 When I first joined SCUBAnauts I immediately felt as though I would enjoy the lessons being taught and the opportunity to make new friends. I really wanted to apply the knowledge that I had learned in the science lessons so I was excited to go on my first dive. It was to Blue Grotto, which […]

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Presenting at the AAUS symposium

Cole K., SCUBAnaut Senior 1st Class was both humbled and honored to present a summary of his coral research project at the 2015 American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS) symposium held in Key West.   The AAUS symposium is held annually to bring underwater researchers together to present their project results, discuss the latest in diving […]

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ECO Magazine Online Publication

“Education Through Exploration: SCUBAnauts Support Reef Restoration Project” By: Keith Kolasa, SCUBAnauts Science/ Education Outreach Coordinator SCUBAnauts International (SNI) was established to expand and promote STEM related opportunities for young and emerging explorers by directly engaging them in marine sciences through underwater exploration and research activities, such as special environmental and undersea conservation projects that […]

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Summer Trip 2015 – Summary

July 17 – 25, 2015 18 youth members and 9 adult mentors of SCUBAnauts International (SNI) assisted coral restoration scientists from the Mote Tropical Research Laboratory in Summerland Key, FL. This trip encompassed major themes of (1) conducting youth lead research projects on the Looe Key SPA, (2) assisting Mote with their Acropora and Orbicella restoration efforts, and (3) […]

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