Researchers created a toolkit for determining the clarity and surface temperature of coastal waters. The data is freely accessible data and can help assess reefs around the world. Scientists used NASA satellite measurements and Google Earth Engine data to create a toolkit for determining the vulnerability of coral reefs to bleaching and collapse.
Source: Guardians of the Reef: How Scientists Are Harnessing NASA Satellite Data To Protect Belize’s Coral
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The Great Blue Hole has become a popular destination for diving enthusiasts and has provided many discoveries in its watery depths.
Source: What’s at the Bottom of the Great Blue Hole in Belize?
Forget the Great Blue Hole: Belize offers wall dives, night dives, shark dives and more.
Source: Five Great Dive Sites in Belize That Aren’t the Blue Hole
Taking a tour to see the Great Blue Hole is one of the best experiences you can have in Belize. Read Christy Woodrow MUST-KNOW tips on how to book and what to expect!
Source: Booking a Blue Hole Scenic Flight Tour in Belize (MUST-KNOW Tips!)
Legendary researcher Jacques Cousteau made this massive underwater sinkhole famous, but he wasn’t the first to dive its deep blue waters.
Source: 8 Amazing Things You Didn’t Know About the Great Blue Hole
Hey Castaways, if you loving diving and love Belize, then you’re going to enjoy this guest post by Joe Black. Cheers!
“I’m Joe, I run Nature Rated. I love spending time in the outdoors. Whenever daily life gets me down I head to the nearest lake or river with my kayak and my camera and I spend time recharging my batteries.”
Source: 9 Things To Know Before Diving In The Belize Barrier Reef