RLS Blog Posts

RLS divers not only undertake monitoring of their local dive sites, but regularly gather in teams to survey targeted priority sites for long-term monitoring, or participate in survey expeditions to remote and international locations. The latest news from activities from the RLS network is posted here.

Recent Articles

Geographe Marine Park 2019

Twenty meter visibility, Yellow-headed hulafish in the tens of thousands and a rare Western Blue Devil (Paraplesiops sinclairi) are but a few of the delights encountered by a team of RLS divers on a trip to survey the Geographe Marine Park earlier this month.

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Rocky Cape 2019

Despite a serious low-pressure system building off the west coast of Tasmania, promising gale force winds and torrential rain, a crew of dedicated divers headed up to Tassie’s rugged north-west coast for the annual RLS Rocky Cape training and survey weekend.

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RLS diving network extends to Chile

This February, a group of keen marine scientists & RLS divers descended on Las Cruces, Chile in the hopes of expanding the RLS network into South America and establishing core survey sites along the west coast.

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