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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. 
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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Port Phillip Bay training, 2018

RLS recently held an intensive week-long training trip in Port Phillip Bay, training up 4 new Parks Victoria divers in the RLS methodolgy.

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Reef Life Survey on the launch of the Handfish Conservation Project

In response to the immediate threats facing the Red Handfish as identified by RLS, the Handfish Conservation Project launched today in an effort to ensure the conservation and protection Tasmania's precious Handfish species.

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RLS trains a Canadian Cohort

Single-digit water temperatures and a new urchin world-order – all in a day’s work for RLS’ new Canadian cohort.

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