Posts by martin

GUE’s Project Baseline Fiji 2017: A Personal Reflection

GUE’s Project Baseline Fiji 2017: A Personal Reflection

It has been one week since arriving back into Pacific Standard Time here in Reno, Nevada however, my body is...

THE 2017 ADVENTURE INTO THE SOUTH PACIFIC – FIJI HERE WE COME!

I do have to chuckle… True to expeditionary diving form, we find ourselves short on time but not on prep...

The Cave Mapping Adventure – March 2017 – Systema Aktun-Hu – Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Sunrise-Half Moon Bay, Akumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico-Photo: Alberto Nava After having removed over 8 feet of snow from our driveways...

Mission Day: Final Thoughts

I have now been home for about a week.  I have done much reflection on the past month; the incredible...

Mission Day: Nineteen, Twenty, Twenty -One, Two and Three

My time here on the Island of Bermuda is coming to an end.  My diving has ended 10 August.  Today...

Mission Day: Sixteen, Seventeen and Eighteen

Each day starts at 6am.  Todd and I prepare the Fountain at the Granaway dock for morning pick-ups at the...

Mission Day: Thirteen, Fourteen and Fifteen

Let me start with some statistics; 6 volunteer divers have been here now for 15 days working for an average...

Mission Day: Ten, Eleven and Twelve

After 9 mission days, we have fallen into a really good sync; both dive teams.  The other entities are still...

Mission Day: Seven, Eight and Nine

The pace has not slowed down!  In fact It has intensified.  Yesterday Todd, Sue and I hit the boat at...

Mission Day: Four, Five and Six

Mission days 4-5-6  It’s an absolutely insanely paced expedition!  We have 20 scientists, two submarines with support crews of...