Anna Krowczynska
Anna Krowczynska

1953 - 2014
Longtime board member and aquarium volunteer... She will be missed

Upcoming Meetings
Speaker schedule subject to change without notice

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Les Kaufman - Protecting the Caribbean
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The Caribbean is a global biodiversity hotspot, but it is also among the most threatened regions of the world in terms of its endemic species and coral reefs. A gorgeous and startling array of creatures occupying land, rivers and ocean are teetering on the edge of extinction. A community of stalwart conservationists is determined to change this picture, and help the region move into a nature-rich and more positive future. Learn about the specific challenges this area is experiencing and be inspired by innovative solutions that are being tried right now. Our focus will be on the jcoral reefs of Belize, but with a sprinkling of supportive examples from Jamaica, Cuba, and Florida as well.

Les Kaufman, Professor in the Boston University Marine Program, is an evolutionary ecologist who studies basic processes that drive the creation, collapse, and conservation of aquatic species diversity on coral reefs and tropical great lakes. His interests are increasingly turned toward clinical research on the dynamics of human-natural coupled systems, to create supporting science for global sustainability and climate change adaptation. In addition to being a member of the BU faculty, Kaufman is Senior Marine Scientist for Conservation International, a Research Scholar with The New England Aquarium and Associate in Ichthyology, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology. He serves on the Science and Statistics Committee for the New England Fishery Management Council, and is working with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) colleagues to modernize federal ocean science. Les Kaufman also writes popular books, magazine articles and television, including multiple stints as either author or subject with NOVA and National Geographic. He was awarded the first marine Pew Fellowship in 1990, was selected to receive the Parker-Gentry Award in Conservation Biology for 2011 from the Chicago Field Museum.


General Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, at the New England Aquarium Conference Center (located on the first floor of the Harbor Garage). Click here for directions

At each general meeting there will be the monthly drawing for a chance to have a hands on aquarium experience.

For directions and more info about all our meetings, visit our Club Meetings Page

Annual NEADC Whale Watch

Join the New England Aquarium Dive Club on Saturday, April 22, 2017for a day seeking right whales, humpback whales and Atlantic white-sided dolphins on Stellwagen Bank. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic naturalists will be on board to identify and provide information on the species we see.

The boat departs at 10:00 am, but please be at least 30 minutes early, and returns about 1:00pm

Tickets are $44.50 for adults, Children (Ages 3-11) - Price TBA
Children must be at least 3 yrs. old, 30" tall and must be paid with reservation

Advanced registrations are REQUIRED to ensure space. For reservations, Email Maura at: environmental@neadc.org
with numbers of adults and children, and she will confirm the price.

Checks should be made out to NEADC and postmarked by April 1.

For more info, view the event flyer.


Dry dive and Beach Cleanup

Join the dive club on April 23, 2017 for a tour of the best dive sites on Cape Ann. We will be driving all over Rockport, Gloucester, and the surrounding areas and point out the highlights of each site, and any tips we have for entrance/exit, or what to look out for.

Along the way, we will be collecting any trash or debris on the beach, and properly dispose of it. We will be doing a cleanup at each stop until we run out of space in the truck for trash.

We will meet at the Burger King on Rt. 128 in Beverly. Email Dan at shoredive@neadc.org to sign up.


New England Diving Events calendar

Northeastern Marine Science Center Lecture (03/21/17)
How do you like your carbon? I'll take mine blue.
Marine Science Center Website

Aquarium Lecture Series (03/30/17)
Invasive Species and Carbon Cycling in Coastal Dunes of Cape Cod
Aquarium Lecture Series Registration Page

Aquarium Lecture Series (04/06/17)
A Clam’s-Eye View of Climate Change: How do intertidal organisms experience their shifting world?
Aquarium Lecture Series Registration Page

MetroWest Dive Club Meeting (04/11/17)
Speaker: Susan Copelas Coral Spawning in the Gulf of Mexico
MetroWest Dive Club Website

Bay State Council meeting (04/12/17)
Bay State Council Website

MetroWest Dive Club Meeting (05/09/17)
Speaker: Andrew Martinez Marine Life of the North Atlantic
MetroWest Dive Club Website


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