The Catlin Seaview Survey completed the largest survey of the Great Barrier Reef ever undertaken. The image data is being made available to scientists and marine park managers to remotely study this World Heritage listed area. Join the Catlin Seaview Survey team on a journey along the 2,300km reef.
This clip premiered at the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress which was help in Sydney, Australia.
The Catlin Seaview Survey programme is written in tandem with our science partners, the University of Queensland and the Global Change Institute. These videos feature our Marine Biologists and survey team talking about the work which they do both on and off expedition.
Join Marine Biologist Richard Fitzpatrick on the reef for a series of short underwater lessons. Learn about everything from coral bleaching to Nemo fish and even sharks and see some of the things that our Catlin Seaview Survey divers see when they are diving on the reef.