Make Changes Visible

Project Baseline documents the change in the underwater world - An initiative has also been set up in Eckernförde.

Project Baseline Lake Pupuke: Monitoring the Lake and Building Collaborations

My name is Ebrahim Hussain and I am a South African living in New Zealand and I am a passionate GUE diver.

Baseline Discovery-The Efforts of Project Baseline Trondheim

Submitted By: Kristian Andersen

Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire Continues Sharing Data through Project Baseline

Coral Restoration Foundation Bonaire (CRFB) was established in the 2012, with a central mission to grow thousands of Staghorn and Elkhorn corals in a nursery maintained by volunteer divers. Once the corals reach a competent size, the colonies, made up of thousands of small animals, are transplanted at regular intervals onto damaged portions of natural reefs that plague parts of Bonaires’s famous coast.
 

Battle of the Atlantic Exploration Continues Despite Challenging Weather

The exploration and documentation of shipwrecks located roughly 35 miles off the coast of North Carolina, collectively known as the "Battle of the Atlantic" continues through September 5th despit

Project Baseline Provides Diving Resources to NOAA, First Look at Ships lost in WWII Battle

(Ocracoke, North Carolina - August 19, 2016) Project Baseline, a global conservation nonprofit, and its corporate sponsor

Record-Breaking Underwater Recording by Project Baseline Aids Ocean Conservation

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Project Baseline Provides Industry-leading Scuba and Submersible Diving Resources to Deep Water Exploration Collaboration

Fort Lauderdale – Project Baseline, a global conservation effort that invites divers and water lovers alike to systematically document marine and freshwater environments, is delivering valuable exp

Project Baseline Gulfstream Volunteers Continue to Monitor Florida Reefs

Project Baseline: Gulfstream volunteers have been documenting and publicizing the Hollywood Outfall since 2013. The small group of concerned divers make regular visits to the outfall, located ~2 miles off shore of Hollywood, Florida a top priority as they explore and enjoy the place they call home, the southeast Florida reef tract.

Historically, Florida reefs held a place in the pantheon of the world’s top ten largest and most productive reefs. 

Project Baseline Volunteer Shares Project at New York Dive Show

Submitted by: Lisa Jong-Soon Goodlin, Site Manager, Project Baseline St. Lawrence River, USA

Project Baseline has been at the forefront of increasing awareness of Florida reef decline as well as monitoring the health index for nearly 70 marine and freshwater environments world-wide since 2009. Watch as Project Baseline takes CNN underwater for special media coverage on Florida reefs - http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2016/06/26/florida-dying-reefs-sanchez-nd.cnn