Four times larger than any underwater lab to date, it could change underwater research forever. Cousteau's service and dedication to the betterment of the world's oceans has been an inspiration to Bonaire. We are very grateful that he has dedicated this time to share his insights into ocean habitats and how to strike a balance between nature preservation and tourism development." Mr. Cousteau will conduct a seminar on Monday, April 11, at the Divi Flamingo Beach Resort and Casino for Két hét alatt végeztek el több mint hat hónapnyi adatgyűjtést a Floridai Nemzetközi Egyetem (FIU) kutatói az Atlanti-óceán mélyén élő korallokról azáltal, hogy beköltöztek Fabien Cousteau oceanográfussal a floridai partoknál lévő Aquarius nevű víz alatti laboratóriumba, és a víz alatt élve, naponta több órát búvárkodva folyamatosan megfigyelhették a realizada no Aquarius, o único laboratório subaquático do mundo, localizado ao largo da costa da Florida. Hoje, Fabien Cousteau trabalha com várias organizações não-governamentais ligadas aos oceanos, com um foco especial nas comunidades locais, nas crianças, e na recuperação dos ecossistemas aquáticos. Em 2016, fundou o Fabien Cousteau Ocean Learning Center, um centro que tem como After living in an underwater lab for 31 days, aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, 46, is finally back on dry land. The ocean explorer was working on Mission 31, a project studying oceanic pollution and climate change and their impact on wildlife, in Aquarius, and lab 63 feet deep off the coast of Key Largo, Florida. The younger Cousteau, 46, along with two "aquanauts," took the 60-foot (18-meter) dive to Aquarius, a 43-foot-long (18-meter-long) laboratory resting off of Key Largo, on June 1 following years of preparation and delay. "After 31 days under water, [Fabien Cousteau] and his crew are about to become land dwellers again," the Mission 31 team announced on Twitter shortly after 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of legendary French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, emerged from the deep Wednesday after 31 days in an undersea lab off the Florida Keys. The 46-year-old Cousteau -- whose efforts bested a 30-day mark set by his grandfather a half-century ago -- and his "Mission 31" returned to Islamorada at about 10:00 am (1400 GMT). Cousteau’s service and dedication to the betterment of the world’s oceans has been an inspiration to Bonaire. We are very grateful that he has dedicated this time to share his insights into ocean habitats and how to strike a balance between nature preservation and tourism development.” Mr. Cousteau will conduct a seminar on Monday, April 11, at the Divi Flamingo Beach Resort and Casino After years of planning and delays, Fabien Cousteau will make a 60-foot (18-meter) dive on Sunday in an attempt to spend 31 days in a laboratory known as Aquarius, observing fish behavior Watch enthusiasts of all stripes - young, old, established, just starting out in their careers - you name it we’re all out in full force at WatchTime New York. But - not all of them are Fabien Cousteau.
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