Aquarius Reef Base
After being delayed due to the October partial government shutdown, the grandson of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau is once again preparing to spend 31 days at an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.
The partial government shutdown may be over but it’s still causing delays especially for the grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau who planned to spend a month in an underwater research lab in the Florida Keys.
Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only operational underwater research center is back in action off the Florida Keys.
In order to conduct research on the underwater effects of climate, the grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research lab in the Keys.
Aquarius Reef Base, the world’s only operational underwater research center, will now by operated by Florida International University.
The future of the world’s only undersea research station may now be in the hands of Florida International University.
The last publicly-funded undersea research lab to closely monitor a coral reef may be closing.