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    Marine Debris Cleanup Dive - II

    Apr. 28, 2008 (7141 views)

    Scuba diving on Maui has given me so much enjoyment over the years that it is an honor to have the opportunity to give back whenever I can. I was part of a group that pulled more than 500 pounds of fishing gear off the reef this past weekend!!! I wrote about a similar experience in a posting a few months ago. Take a look at the accompanying photos on this page which tell...

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    Ed Robinson’s Adventure-X Diving

    Jun. 14, 2008 (15880 views)

    What kind of diving would you do on your day off if you were a dive boat operator who has been diving on Maui since 1971? If you were Ed Robinson, you would visit some of your favorite, less-frequented "secret" spots. That's the premise behind Ed Robinson's Diving Adventures new Adventure-X trips. Ed knows all the "secrets" and...

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    Marine Debris Cleanup Dive

    Oct. 5, 2007 (5486 views)

    "It's a shame that all that fishing line is covering that reef. Somebody should do something!" I was proud to be part of a group of somebodies that did do something. We removed over 150 pounds of debris; fishing line, hooks, sinkers, weights, lures and other marine debris left on the reef after becoming snagged. Take a close look at the accompanying photos on this page which tell the story better than a thousand words. And we even had an article published about our efforts in The Maui...

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    Coral Spawning Watch

    May. 23, 2008 (9138 views)

    The Hawaiian creation chant places the origin of life at the sea, beginning with a coral polyp. Springtime is the beginning of the yearly coral spawning ritual. The signals are subtle. First, the water temperatures begin their gradual rise as the season changes from winter to spring. Next, a fat full moon droops through the heavy clouds of a tropical May spring night. Below the ocean's surface, coral polyps begin to swell slightly. Coral spawning is an amazing thing to observe....

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