Hawaii OC499

Calling all OSU scuba divers!

Combine your  passion for diving with a commitment to marine conservation and the protection of coral reefs and their marine life.  In August 2017 we will travel to the Big Island of Hawaii and following Project Aware distinctive specialty course outlines, become environmentally responsible divers while learning about coral reef conservation, coral reef life and ecosystems.  Our studies will be complemented by four days of diving in the warm, clear waters of Hawai’i.

Dive with turtles, manta rays and dolphins. Complete the course and earn five globally recognized dive specialties:

  • Project AWARE specialist;
  • Project AWARE coral reef conservation;
  • Underwater naturalist;
  • Pelagic magic diver; &
  • Manta Ray diver.

Note you must be a certified scuba diver to participate in the class.

If interested contact:

Dr. Michael Harte

Professor, College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences
Oregon State University
mharte@coas.oregonstate.edu
(+1) 541 602 7334


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