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Mexico and France have announced Mexico's first marine observatory at one of the world's "most diverse underwater ecosystems," the Sea of Cortez.
Officials said Tuesday that France and Mexico are launching a joint observatory to unite scientific work on the environmental impact from humans and climate change on Mexico's coastlines.
A crew of adventurers looking to examine the world's most important underwater treasures are taking to the high seas on a decade-long mission inspired by explorer Jacques Cousteau.
Emmy Award-winning HD Multi-media Series Returns with Two New Specials on PBS Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures Returns with 'Sea Ghosts' (Belugas) premiering April 8, 2009 at 8pm 'Call of the Killer Whale' (Orcas) premiering April 22, 2009 at 8pm Robust Web and Education Presence Accompany Broadcast SAN FRANCISCO, March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Traveling to extreme locations around the globe to reveal the mysteries of the ocean and its connection to our human world, Jean-Michel Cousteau...
NEW YORK, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- DASANI(R) purified water and Alexandra Cousteau are embarking on a round-the-world expedition to bring much needed attention to our planet's most vital water issues.
By Hermione Eyre COMING SOON - TV Hermione Eyre flicks through the schedules to see what's worth watching this autumn Turn on, tune in and rejoice, for there are several programmes coming up on TV over autumn that should be worth watching.
By Nicholas A. Basbanes This month we go adventuring in a variety of ways, be it on the sea or under it, aboard a choo-choo train or aloft in an imaginary "flyer," or in the night sky aboard a "wooden shoe." All are great fun and sure to please.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hundreds of islands in Mexico's Sea of Cortez, a major whale breeding ground, have been declared protected areas by the United Nations, the government said on Monday.
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