Bonaire – Coral Nursery & Coral Reef Research

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Bonaire, an island municipality of the Netherlands, lies off Venezuela’s coast in the southern Caribbean. Along with the Harbour Village Resort and Teens4Oceans, View Into The Blue® installed two camera systems, one PTZ with CleanSweep™ patent pending self-cleaning technology, one static camera with HydroWiper self-cleaning technology, and a science node, which collects pH, temperature, and salinity.

The Bonaire PTZ Coral Reef Camera and Science Node systems are located on the north side of the harbour entrance at ...

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Frying Pan Shoal Tower, Cape Fear North Carolina – explore.org

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View Into The Blue collaborated with many groups and people for this amazing, larger than life, project funded by explore.org.  Four cameras, two CleanSweep™self-cleaning underwater webcams and two above water cameras, were used in this project. One underwater webcam sits at 15 feet and a second at 55 feet below the surface, both attached with heavy duty, ruggedized clamping mounts to survive the hurricane force winds and powerful seas.  One above water camera is located on the Frying Pan ...

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Pacific Wild Canada – Herring Spawning Ground

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How amazing is it to be able to go to work every day and learn something new!  Or if not new, get excited and inspired about projects all over the globe with organizations and people doing incredible, awesome things!

When Pacific Wild in Canada contacted us about our CleanSweep™ self-cleaning underwater webcams for their amazing site in the Great Bear Rainforest we couldn’t wait for it go live!  Well, its now live! Pacific Wild is a collective effort ...

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New York Harbor School Billion Oyster Project / Verizon Powerful Answers

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http://www.verizon.com/powerfulanswers/solutions/sustainability/

Last October (2013) we had the amazing opportunity to begin Phase One of this truly amazing project.  This will be the science platform for the marine monitoring of the New York Harbor Oyster Restoration Project funded by a Verizon Powerful Answers grant.  We had 5 Teens4Oceans kids along as well, from 4 different Colorado schools.  We were hosted by the New York Harbor School on Governors Island, where we spent ...

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Chatfield State Park Beaver Monitoring Cameras

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We are honored to be a partner in this amazing project with Teens4Oceans and Ocean Classrooms, and funding from Gates Family Foundation, and help from the Chatfield State Park employees and the Audubon Society of Greater Denver.  There will be two View Into The Blue™ cameras, one above water and one underwater, and View Into The Blue™ solar powering equipment installed at the river ...

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First Ever LIVE Viewing of a Coral Spawning Event!

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Annual coral spawning of reefs around the world is something spectacular to witness live. And, until now, you had to be at the right place, at the right time.  And underwater.  And, almost always, at night. This year, however, anyone with a web-enabled device anywhere in the world will be able to watch the first ever, live streaming of a coral-spawning event.  This live streaming will come from the East End of Grand Cayman, and will be featuring a boulder star coral ...

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Shark Week 2013 = Megalodon: The Monster Lives! The documentary was fake, but not the VITB CleanSweep™ underwater webcam they featured!

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This year, a SHARK WEEK Episode Features View Into The Blue’s CleanSweep™ Underwater PTZ Webcam!

Over the past 25 years, Shark Week has gained quite a following, with nearly 30 million viewers last year and this number expected to rise. This year they have their biggest line up ever of shark themed specials. Discovery Channel’s Shark Week promo this year, “Snuffy the Seal, It’s a Bad Week To Be ...

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Dams: Uses, Benefits, Negative Effects, and Far-Reaching Impacts on Our Waters Future

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Dams have been a part of our waterways history since somewhere around 3000 BC.  Man has been altering the environment for a very long time.  But, it wasn’t until much later, and many, many dams later that we came to realize the true impact dams have on our environment, our waterways, and ultimately our ocean.

Today we use our dams for many reasons.  And we have lots of them.  There are an estimated 2,000,000 small dams in the US and around ...

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Why Should I Save The Ocean?

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~ What You Do Here Matters Everywhere – A Global Approach To Saving Our Ocean ~

It is hard to even imagine our world today as it was long ago.  But we don’t even have to go back much more than 50 years to realize how connected we now are on this earth.  The Internet, air transportation, communication devices, have all connected us in ways we could not have imagined even 50 years ago.  And with this new connection comes the ...

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