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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 & international locations. The latest news from activities from the RLS network is posted here. 
The RLS "Lap of Aus" begins as a small team of volunteer divers set sail to survey the outermost Coral Sea reefs

On 23rd November 2019 a small team of divers will set sail from Airlie Beach and head for Australia's outermost speck of land to re-survey Mellish Reef.

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INBIOMAR Supports RLS surveys in Northern Africa

The Spanish RLS team takes flight (literally) yet again to sample three remote Spanish areas located in Northern Africa.

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Ningaloo, WA 2019

Blenny come back...

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Rottnest Island, WA 2019

In early May and June 2019, a team of new and veteran RLS volunteers headed to picturesque Rottnest Island, WA for the 12th annual RLS survey of the Rottnest Island Marine Reserve.

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Monitoring Cyclone & Bleaching impacts in the Great Barrier Reef & Coral Sea, 2019

This May, a team of RLS divers aboard the research catamaran Eviota headed out to remote reefs in the Great Barrier Reef & Coral Sea to record the ecological impact of recent tropical cyclones & intense bleaching events.

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