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Sylvia Earle Returns to Historic Dive Site – Mission Blue

Sylvia Earle Returns to Historic Dive Site – Mission Blue

Sylvia Earle is cooler than you!  : helmet training (c) Brian Lam

Sylvia Earle is cooler than you! : helmet training (c) Brian Lam

They are coming to get us...love this image  Sylvia Earle by On Being, via Flickr

Sylvia Earle Takes Us on a Journey Along the Ocean Floor A true hero for our planet and all the inhabitants.

World Oceans Day: Sylvia Earle and Mission Blue - Lola Who Lola Who

World Oceans Day: Sylvia Earle and Mission Blue - Lola Who

"Her Deepness," Time Magazine's first Hero of the Planet, and an awesome aquanaut; One World One Ocean Science Adviser Sylvia Alice Earle

"Her Deepness," Time Magazine's first Hero of the Planet, and an awesome aquanaut; One World One Ocean Science Adviser Sylvia Alice Earle

Sylvia Earle, called "Her Deepness" by the New Yorker and the New York Times, "Living Legend" by the Library of Congress, and the first "Hero for the Planet," is an oceanographer, explorer, author, and lecturer with experience as a field research scientist. She also is executive director for corporate and nonprofit organizations, including the Aspen Institute, the Conservation Fund, American Rivers, Mote Marine Laboratory, Duke University Marine Laboratory, Rutgers Inst. for Marine…

Sylvia Earle is a National Geographic Society Explorer and has many accomplishments including leading the first team of women aquanauts during 1970 and setting the record for solo dives.

Sylvia Earle has spent more than 5,000 hours exploring the ocean. Kip F. Evans, Director of Photography - Mission Blue

These Deep Sea Photos Show Why We Need to Save Cocos Island

Sylvia Earle has spent more than hours exploring the ocean. Kip F. Evans, Director of Photography - Mission Blue

Dr. Sylvia Earle and the Mission Blue team is currently researching and tagging sharks in Cocos Islands. Learn more about our latest expedition. 1 June 2017.  By: Robert Yuhnke

Sylvia Earle and the Mission Blue team is currently researching and tagging sharks in Cocos Islands. Learn more about our latest expedition. 1 June By: Robert Yuhnke

In 1979, Sylvia Earle walked untethered on the sea floor at a lower depth than any other woman before or since. In the 1980s she started the companies Deep Ocean Engineering and Deep Ocean Technologies with engineer Graham Hawkes to design and build undersea vehicles that allow scientists to work at previously inaccessible depths.

In Sylvia Earle walked untethered on the sea floor at a lower depth than…

Jim, Sylvia and Anatoly

Jim, Sylvia and Anatoly

A new Sylvia Earle documentary was just released on Netflix: Mission Blue

New Sylvia Earle Documentary: Mission Blue

New Sylvia Earle Documentary: Mission Blue - The Daily Catch

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