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Sylvia Earle, the ocean and theBlu.com

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Published on Jun 7, 2012

Conversation with Sylvia Earle - Times Square, May 4th 2012

Sylvia Earle has led more than 100 expeditions and logged more than 7000 hours underwater including leading the first team of women aquanauts during the Tektite Project in 1970, participating in nine saturation dives, and setting a record for solo diving in 1000 meters depth. Her research concerns marine ecosystems with special reference to exploration, conservation, and the development and use of new technologies for access and effective operations in the deep sea and other remote environments.

Her special focus is on developing a global network of areas on the land and in the ocean, "Hope Spots" to safeguard the living systems that provide the underpinnings of global processes, from maintaining biodiversity and yielding basic life support services to providing stability and resiliency in response to accelerating climate change.

Ocean Elder. Advisor to theBlu.


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