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Upcoming Meetings

Wednesday, Sept 20th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Mike O'Neill - Tropical Fish in New England
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Mike will be will be talking about Tropical fish, why we see them in NE, why we catch them, and what they typically see and what they have been seeing so far this season. It's a great primer for the Tropical Fish Rescue

Michael O'Neill is the Giant Ocean Tank Supervisor at the New England Aquarium. He previously worked as an aquarist for the New England Aquarium's Husbandry Department and has been involved with the aquarium since 2009

Mike started the Gulf Stream Orphan Project (, designed to establish a citizen science network of divers, fishermen, and hobbyists in collaboration with marine research institutions to track the species distribution and abundance of Caribbean fish that are swept north along the east coast of the United States and Canada by the Gulf Stream.

Currently he is pursuing a Master's in Marine Science and Technology from UMass Boston's School for the Environment.

Wednesday, October 18th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Amy Fleischer - Undersea Adventures on the Nautilus
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E/V Nautilus

Deep beneath the surface of the ocean are remnants of an ancient world and creatures that you could never imagine. Join friend of the NEADC and science teacher, Amy Fleischer, as she relates her 22-day voyage on Dr. Robert Ballard’s Exploration Vessel Nautilus. Equipped with the ROVs Hercules and Argus and new mapping technology from the University of New Hampshire and the University of Rhode Island, the ship explored paleocoastlines in the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary off the coast of southwestern California this past July.


Amy will share the stories and videos from the exploration of ancient submerged shorelines, sea caves, and relic coral reefs, as well as encounters with sharks, rays, whales, sea lions, fish, and an incredible array of invertebrates.

Amy Fleischer

Amy Fleischer teaches seventh and eighth grade science at Nauset Regional Middle School in an integrated program of life, earth and physical science. Much of her work, including teaching the glaciation that created Cape Cod, directly relates to the area.

Nautilus Explorer Website

ALL images are property of Ocean Exploration Trust, Inc

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Phil Colarusso - The EPA Dive Program
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Wednesday, December 20th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Member Show and Tell
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Wednesday, January 17th, 2018, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Faith Ortins - The Land Below the Land Down Under: Exploring Tasmania
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Wednesday, Feb 21th, 2017, 6:30 pm.
Speaker: Diane Thompson - The future of EL Nino and coral reefs in a warming climate
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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

Every month a lucky dive club member gets to dive in the NEAq's Giant Ocean Tank.

Social Hour Before the General Meeting

Join us at a local restraunt before the next General Meeting. Anytime after 5:30 and there should be a few members hanging around. Stop by for drinks, appetizers, dinner, or just to say hi.

We will pick the location a day or two before the meeting, and post it on Facebook, and on the website home page

These get-togethers are meant to help answer questions and talk with new or less active members. We'll tell you about the latest club news and hear about your interests in diving.

If you are an active member, please come out and help us greet people.

Hope to see you there!

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Officer meeting

First Wednesday of every month
Location: Varies

Every month there is also a meeting where the officers discuss club issues. It is held at a different place each month, usually at a member's house, restaurant or other informal setting.

It is open to the membership, and is the perfect opportunity to bring up issues directly to the board. if you would like to attend, ask an officer and they'll let you know the location for that month.