Dive into the fascinating world of marine biology

Ground-breaking marine biology guide for divers and snorkelers to be unveiled at DEMA 2022

Beneath the Blue Planet – a Divers Guide to the Ocean is the ultimate guide to the ocean, its creatures, and its conservation. This comprehensive and pioneering work answers many of the burning questions that divers and snorkelers have when exploring the underwater world. If you want to know how the ocean works, understand the perils that coral reefs face, and learn about some of the world’s most fascinating marine creatures, then this book will guide you. Beneath the Blue Planet traces the story of our ocean from Earth’s formation to the modern day. It explains the science behind everything from currents to chemistry, and the fascinating ecology of its creatures, ranging from plankton to whales. Beyond explaining why the ocean and its inhabitants are so remarkable, Beneath the Blue Planet explores the serious challenges this precious environment faces, and offers insights into how we can work to preserve it for future generations. Beneath the Blue Planet is written by dive industry veteran, educator and marine conservation biologist Dr. Alex Brylske, and published by Reef Smart Guides, which is responsible for the well-known Dive and Snorkel travel guide series, with titles in Florida and many Caribbean destinations. The new release contains 250 captivating images and illustrations and follows the familiar Reef Smart Guides style that integrates Eco Tips, Safety Tips, and Scientific Insight boxes. This guide to the underwater world is one that every avid diver and snorkeler should have on their bookshelf or in their dive bag alongside their logbook. It is also a book that every dive professional should use as part of their training, in order to create exceptional educational experiences for new and experienced divers and turn them into effective environmental advocates for ocean conservation.

Beneath the Blue Planet is available in many dive centers and book stores. Divers and snorkelers can also purchase on Amazon.

This new guide is part of a major new initiative called Reef Smart Education, which aims to bring a greater understanding of marine ecology to the dive industry. Through physical publications and both online and onsite seminars, this initiative will not only help recreational divers and snorkelers get the most out of their underwater experience, but also assist dive professionals and resort staff to develop engaging educational activities and programs for their guests.
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