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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New York Harbor School Billion Oyster Project / Verizon Powerful Answers

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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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