British Virgin Islands
1/27/2019 to 2/2/2019
Ellie Splain, REEF Education Program Manager

REEF is excited to have rescheduled our British Virgin Islands Field Survey after postponing this trip in 2017. Join us in the BVI for a stellar Caribbean diving experience aboard the Cuan Law, the largest trimaran in the world!

Sold out - contact trips@REEF.org to be added to the waitlist.
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1/29/2019 8:00pm EST
Ronnie Noonan

Join past REEF intern Ronnie Noonan as she discusses a shift of ecosystems from a coral reef environment to becoming dominated by macro algae and what that will mean for fish surveys.

General / Other Taxa
Carlos and Allison Estape
Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 19:00
REEF Headquarters, 98300 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL

Join underwater photographers and REEF Volunteers Carlos and Allison Estape to learn about how to find and identify Seahorses and Pipefish in the Tropical Western Atlantic.

2/5/2019 7:00pm PST
Janna Nichols and Ellie Place

Join Janna Nichols and Ellie Place on the first of a four part series on how to find and identify the invertebrates you can see on your dives in the Pacific Northwest. This is a great introductory course, as well as a review for more experienced surveyors. All are welcome!

Pacific Northwest
2/7/2019 7:00pm PST
Janna Nichols and Ellie Place

Join Janna Nichols and Ellie Place on the second of a four part series on how to find and identify the invertebrates you can see on your dives in the Pacific Northwest. This is a great introductory course, as well as a review for more experienced surveyors. All are welcome!

Pacific Northwest
Sara Ayers-Rigsby, Southeast/Southwest Regional Director of Florida Public Archaeology Network
Saturday, February 9, 2019 - 09:00
REEF Headquarters, 98300 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL

Submerged Hertiage Monitoring Scouts Workshop

To kick off the Citizen Science Saturday Series, REEF is partnering with Hertiage Monitoring Scouts (HMS Florida), a public engagement program focused on tracking changes to archaeological sites at risk, particularly those impacted by erosion and sea level rise. 

Florida has over 16,000 archaeological sites at risk for damage. Learn to protect our underwater heritage with NOAA and the Florida Public Archaeology Network in this program.

 

$85.00
2/11/2019 7:00pm PST
Janna Nichols and Ellie Place

Join Janna Nichols and Ellie Place on the third of a four part series on how to find and identify the invertebrates you can see on your dives in the Pacific Northwest. This is a great introductory course, as well as a review for more experienced surveyors. All are welcome!

Pacific Northwest
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 18:15
REEF Headquarters, 98300 Overseas Highway, Key Largo, FL

REEF Fish & Friends is a monthly seminar series held the second Tuesday of every month in the Interpretive Center on the REEF Campus in Key Largo, Florida. Monhtly talks focus on marine life and "Diving that Counts". Snorkelers, divers, and marine enthusiasts are invited to entertaining presentations by guest speakers, join informal discussions, and mingle with members of our friendly, ocean-minded community. REEF Fish & Friends is made possible by the generous support of our community. Social begins at 6:15pm, seminar begins at 7pm.

2/13/2019 7:00pm PST
Janna Nichols an Ellie Place

Join Janna Nichols and Ellie Place on the final of a four part series on how to find and identify the invertebrates you can see on your dives in the Pacific Northwest. This is a great introductory course, as well as a review for more experienced surveyors. All are welcome!

Pacific Northwest

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