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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. 
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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Surveying Port Phillip Heads, VIC 2019

In February, a group of Parks Victoria and Reef Life Survey divers descended on Port Phillip Heads, Victoria to complete a tenth year of marine biodiversity monitoring.

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Surveying the remote reefs of Australia's North-West Shelf aboard EVIOTA.

At the height of cyclone season, a group of dedicated and, some may argue, utterly mad RLS divers headed out on Eviota for a month-long expedition to survey the remote reefs of Australia's North-west shelf.

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RLS crosses the ditch for a training trip in Wellington, New Zealand

In December, RLS trainer Antonia Cooper crossed the ditch to run a training trip for a group of keen kiwis in Wellington, New Zealand.

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