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, Sept 21th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Catherine Chan-Tse -
Diving in British Columbia
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Diving in British Columbia is a great way to discover that the incredible, clean, cool, clear, emerald green waters of the Pacific Ocean contain an incredible variety of marine animal life.

From exciting wreck dives and animal encounters with sea lions, harbor seals and wolf eels to gorgeous kelp forests and a plethora of photogenic encrusting invertebrates, B.C.’s rich offerings have deservedly earned Canada’s westernmost province its designation as North America’s Best Destination for Diving."

For 2012, Scuba Diving Magazine selected British Columbia as the Number 1 Dive Destination in North America. Scuba Diver Reader Choice Awards has also previously labeled diving in British Columbia as having some of the Best Fish Life, Best Big Animals to Dive With, Best Dive Destination and the Healthiest Marine Environment in the world.

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Elizabeth Sibert -
Topic: Fish Teeth in Sediments: a Proxy for Fish, Ecosystems, and Global Change
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Wednesday, November 21th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Jim Sullivan -
Diving Boston Harbor
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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

GAFC Recap

GAFC Group

We had a great turnout for the 15th GAFC. View all the photos in our scrapbook!

It was a great success with divers submitting over 50 surveys to REEF. Over $3,900 worth of prizes were given away to divers - A huge thank you to all of our fantastic sponsors and volunteers for making this another awesome event!

Don’t forget, you can always fill out REEF surveys for any of your dives by visiting REEF's website, and remember to count fish and invertebrates on every dive!


Tropical Fish Rescue and Club BBQ

Every year juvenile fish from warmer waters travel north with the currents. Rhode island is the best place to spot them and every year he have a BBQ, and see what we can spot. September 24th 2016 is your chance to see colorful tropical fish without leaving New England.

Join us at this year's event - Please pre-register so we know how much food to bring!
Tropical Fish Rescue Page


Monthly Shoredive

Join us this Saturday, August 20th for our monthly New Member dive. The dive is open to anyone, if you would like to dive, PLEASE make sure you contact shoredive@neadc.org at least two days before the dive. We will be picking the best site (and meeting place) based on weather and tides a few days in advance.

ShorediveAnyone can arrange a dive, dive coordinators only need to be a contact person for the dive.  They are not responsible for leading or supervising the dive, and in fact do not have to dive at all.  If you want to share a favorite spot or try out a new spot, email our shoredive coordinator to volunteer to coordinate a dive, and we'll put it on our calendar.

Visit our shore dive calendar page for a list of upcoming dives, or for last minute dives check our Facebook Page.

 


NEADC Events

NEADC's Tropical Fish Rescue and Club BBQ (9/24) -
Every year juvenile fish from warmer waters travel north with the currents. Rhode island is the best place to spot them and every year he have a BBQ, and see what we can spot. It's a great chance to see the colorful tropical fish without leaving New England.
Tropical Fish Rescue

BSC's 31st Annual Treasure Hunt (9/18)
The Bay State Council of Divers will be holding it's 31st Annual Treasure Hunt on Sunday Sept 18th at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, MA. Check out their website for more information: baystatecouncil.org


New England Diving Events calendar

United Divers of Central Mass Meeting (08/18/16)
Presentation: KAUAI with Diane Barletta
This presentation will include a brief history and overview of Kauai, major attractions, and an insider's view of one of the most popular shore dives on the island.
UDCM Website

Baystate Council of Divers 31st Annual Treasure Hunt (09/18/16)
BSC Website

North Shore Frogmen Meeting (09/22/16)
Speaker Dan Distel, PhD, will discuss local biology research in New England waters. He has been working on Starfish wasting disease.
NSF Website

New England Aquarium Lecture Series (09/29/16)
Presentation: Rigs to Reefs: A Blue Solution to Repurpose the World’s Offshore Oil and Gas Platforms with Emily Callahan and Amber Jackson Co-Founders of Blue Latitudes
Lecture Series Website

Northeastern University Marine Science Center BioBlitz (09/11/16)
A Bioblitz is a scientific scavenger hunt for marine biodiversity. Citizen scientists of all ages can participate! While you’re exploring Nahant’s beaches, you’ll record and identify all the marine life that you can find. We provide the buckets, datasheets, and field guides– you bring your curiosity! 
Marine Science Center Event Website

Metrowest Dive Club Meeting (09/13/16)
Presentation: Todd Murphy - Practical Neuro. Assessments for Divers
MWDC Website

Atlantic Shark Conservancy Benefit Lecture with Dr. Greg Skomal (09/27/16)
Get an update from Dr. Greg Skomal on the 2016 white shark research season.
Atlantic White Shark Conservancy Website

Northeastern Marine Science Center Annual Open House (10/1/16)
Marine Science Center Event Website

New England Aquarium Lecture Series (10/05/16)
Presentation: Pioneering manta ray and community-based conservation in Peru with Kerstin Forsberg Founder and Director, Planeta Océano
Lecture Series Website

Metrowest Dive Club Meeting (10/11/16)
MWDC Website

New England Aquarium Lecture Series (10/13/16)
Presentation: Big Ice: Antarctica, Greenland, and Boston Sixth Annual John H. Carlson Lecture at the New England Aquarium Dr. Richard Alley Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences in Penn State’s College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
Lecture Series Website

Metrowest Dive Club Meeting (11/10/16)
Presentation: Reg Wilson & Steve Bigelow - Wrecks of Tobermory, Ontario
MWDC Website

Metrowest Dive Club Meeting (12/13/16)
Presentation: Dr. Poul LaPlante - Diving Medicine Q&A: 2016
MWDC Website



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