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A "must read" for anybody interested in the scientific....

Beitrag von mare-mundi Redaktion » 08 Nov 2012 14:31

A "must read" for anybody interested in the scientific research in underwater fluorescence

A Last Dive for Glowing Animals :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... g-animals/

The Naked Coral Hypothesis :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... ypothesis/

In Pristine Reefs, a Vast Library of Species :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... f-species/

Glowing Wildly on a Moonless Night :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... ess-night/

Night Diving in Search of an Eerie Glow :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... erie-glow/

The Holy Grail of Fluorescent Proteins :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... -proteins/

Biofluorescence Under Blue Lights :arrow: http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... ue-lights/

See also:
http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... id-gruber/
http://scientistatwork.blogs.nytimes.co ... pieribone/

Hopefully we'll hear more about the results of this expedition soon!

This might also be interesting: http://www.dropbox.com/sh/q6nhp5girta4vnq/tdHZj99n6I
A National Geographic documentary about deep sea bio-luminescence captured with starlight cameras (used by astronomers).

Best regards,
Steffen Beyer

Registriert:13 Sep 2007 12:41

Re: A "must read" for anybody interested in the scientific..

Beitrag von horstartur » 09 Nov 2012 13:44

in diesem Zusammenhang verweise ich noch mal auf unseren Fluoreszenz-Workshop im Januar (17.-24.Jan.2013). :arrow: http://www.fluodive.de/Meer/Workshop/
As Director's Cut I have uploaded as a HD-YouTube movie significant clips of our fluorescence night Dives in Dahab and El Quseir.
:arrow: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LfGBtLF_18&feature=plcp So interested persons can imagine what they will expect. :wink:

During our Fluo workshop you will have the opportunity to dive into a magic new underwater world with the most effient HiTec fluorescence torches.

We are happy that Louise Murray :arrow: http://www.louisemurray.com/home.html , international well known photojournalist, diver, underwater photograph, an arctic expedition leader, will be one of the lecturer. She came in tough with me since she admired the strong red fluorescence beside the usual yellow and green, which was so far unique with this technique.
This movie shows important clips about coral diseases (few examples only). This analysis with HiTec High Power fluorecence torches during night dives is a valuable tool and addition to worldwide Reef Check (day) activities, which demonstrate the tremendous reduction of vital coral reefs. The results could be the basis for responsible persons in politics (especially local government), industry and science to protect this labile ecosystem and to provide rules and conditions for sustainability. Since the construction and further development of HiTec fluorescence torches is very expensive, we would highly appreciate a financial support especially for scientific use. The analysis of coral reefs could help to conserve this outstanding ecosystem, the "rain forest of the sea", which should be considered as one of the most important World Natural Heritage of Mankind. Further readings about corals and why they show rainbow-like colors under fluorescence you will find on my homepage pdf files in German and English. The night dives in Dahab were performed in cooperation with the RSEC (Christian von Mach and Nina Milton) and Sinai Divers Backpackers.
Embryologie, Entwicklungsbiologie, Zoologie, Evolution,Gentechnik, Amphibien, Video (auch UW-Fluoreszenz) , Naturschutz, Galapagos, Seniorkapitän, LeipzigAir http://www.leipzigair.de/
Homepage: http://www.uni-due.de/zoophysiologie/


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