Why Project Baseline is Important to GUE

Volunteers Bring Project Baseline to Popular Diving Trade Show in The Netherlands

2016 marks the third year where volunteers bring Project Baseline to the popular diving-related tradeshow, Duikvaker, held in The Netherlands.

Project Baseline Lake Haarlemmermeer Provides Rides in a Submersible to Locals

Project Baseline Haarlemmermeer was able to give the chance to see deep under the surface of the lake to eleven lucky people in the Netherlands who love to swim

PB: Groene Heuvels First Fundraising Success

About one year ago, the volunteers of PB: Groene Heuvels started systematically documenting underwater conditions at their local lake (Groene Heuvels.)  The team facilitated a few ac

PB: Vinkeveen Coordinates with NETLAKE

In August 2015,  Project Baseline: Vinkeveen deployed an Ibutton temperature logger for NETLAKE.

A Message from Our Waters

Monitoring Change to Make a Change

Dive Team Leeuwarden (DTL) is a Padi Dive Center interested in starting a Project Ba

PB: Haarlemmermeer Introduces Teenagers to the Aquatic World

It's always fun to introduce people to the underwater realm, especially kids. Diveschool Blue Wonder and Project Baseline Haarlemmermeer accompanied a group of teenagers between 12 and 18 years old on a snorkel trip in a local freshwater lake in The Netherlands.

Project Baseline Haarlemmermeer and Ghost Fishing Collaboration Begins

Thanks to previous cleanup dives in our lake (Haarlemmermeerse bosplas - The Netherlands), Project Baseline: Haarlemmermeer's

Project Baseline European Discovery

Follow Project Baseline's Program manager and GUE's Director of Marketing as they travel to Belgium, The Netherlands and Portugal in early December 2013.

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