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Photo: Jill Heinerth
Traditionally we’ve treated water as if the supply were endless, but the planet’s  running out. Conservation is critical. Photo: Jill Heinerth
Dive team prepares to search Alameda Estuary for bullet casings. Photos: Gregory Thomas
RAID's Paul Toomer. Photo: Olivier van Overbeek
Jean-Michel in Papua New Guinea where he and his team enjoyed diving the ‘slow lane’. Photo: Ocean Futures Society
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Spencer Slate watches a boulder coral release gametes early Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011, off Key Largo, Fla., in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. The coral was one of many off the Keys that reproduced during the once-a-year mass-spawning ritual that many divers describe as an upside-down snowfall. The reproduction ritual normally occurs several days after the full moon in either August or September. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Frazier Nivens/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
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All photos: Kip Evans
Canadian Coast Guard Ship (CCGS) Pierre Radisson and HMCS Shawinigan in waters around Resolution Island
Photos: © 2014 DND-MDN Canada
Satellite tag is attached to the dorsal fin of an adult male Cuvier’s beaked whale. The tagging arrow is shown detaching from the tag

Photo: Erin A. Falcone/Cascadia Research /Collected under NOAA permit 16111
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Photo: Sierra Cardenas, OAR/National Undersea Research Program, U.S. Navy
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