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Eco-Photo Explorers - Antarctica, Voyage to the Frozen Continent

Antarctica is the most isolated continent on the planet. The frozen wilderness of the last continent, Antarctica, has long held a spellbinding fascination for scientists and explorers alike. Join Eco-Photo Explorers as they journey across the turbulent Dr

Published: Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:06:00 GMT

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Antarctic Expeditions

Sat, 18 Apr 2009 14:40:00 GMT

We are often asked what compels us to want to see Antarctica. The answer is simple, Antarctica is nature in its purest state; her power and beauty are at once humbling, confronting and exhilarating. Indeed Antarctica touches the soul like no other place on earth. The pace can be as fast as an ice wall cracking and tumbling into the sea or as slow as an advancing glacier.

Scuba Diving in Antarctica (What Equipment to Bring!)

Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:06:00 GMT

Diving in Antarctica is truly an expedition in itself, every plunge into its icy waters is different than the previous one. There is no such thing as a "better dive location" because each year the ice and weather conditions change, which makes these underwater adventures so unpredictable.

Deception Island: Diving in a Restless Volcano

Sat, 19 May 2007 16:55:00 GMT

Diving beneath the icy waters of Deception Island is like entering an alien environment almost devoid of large marine life. Indeed, the most dominant species seemed to be millions of tiny Amphipods. Examine the fascinating history of this foreboding place and discover the rich diversity of life here. Finally, join the team as they plunge beneath the icy waters into the caldera of this restless volcano on a unique Scuba dive to document life below and above the surface.

Antarctica - Latest News

Sat, 18 Dec 2010 14:06:00 GMT

News headlines on Antarctica's Environment.

Antarctica: Crossing the Antarctic Circle (2005 Expedition)

Fri, 18 May 2007 16:55:00 GMT

Eco-Photo Explorers has once again returned from the end of the world. This time our adventure took us further south and through the Antarctic Circle. It has long held a fascination for explorers and adventurers the world over. Here we will describe our journey south to Ushuaia, Argentina and our experience diving in the Beagle Channel. Here, we explored lush kelp forests and observe giant King Crabs. The trip south to Antarctica took us across the turbulent Drake Passage and along the pristine wilderness of the Antarctic Peninsula and through the ice-choked waters below the Antarctic Circle.

Antarctica Peninsula: 2003 Expedition

Thu, 01 Feb 2007 11:00:00 GMT

Eco-Photo Explorers has completed probably the most exciting and demanding expedition we have ever undertaken. We have taken our first plunge into the icy waters of Antarctica. We have documented not only the marine life, but the animals that inhabit this forbidden and mysterious region.

Exploring the Southern Ocean - The fourth largest ocean in the world

Sat, 03 Dec 2005 11:00:00 GMT

The Southern Ocean is an important element of the biology of the continent and of the climate. Indeed, this body of water affects the meteorological patterns of the entire globe.

Environmental Conservation News

Sat, 18 Apr 2009 14:40:00 GMT

News Headlines on Related Environment Issues