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Rigs to Reef: Transecting Borneo
Growing New Life From Artificial Reefs. Presented By BuzzFeed & Hyundai.
NEW YORK TIMES: TURNING OIL RIGS INTO REEFS, CA - 3/7/16
Environmentalists disagree over whether outdated oil rigs off the coast of Long Beach, Calif., can become an addition to the marine ecosystem.
SCIENCESEA TV : RIGS TO REEFS
Join Emily Callahan and Amber Jackson on the 1st episode of Science Sea TV as they dive an offshore oil platform in California and discuss the Rigs2Reefs program. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE for upcoming videos!
NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM
Emily Callahan and Amber Jackson, co-founders of Blue Latitudes, are marine scientists on a mission to re-purpose offshore oil and gas platforms as artificial reefs around the world. The oil platforms found in their home state of California, like most offshore oil platforms around the world, are home to some of the most productive ecosystems on the planet.
PLATFORMS ELLY AND ELLEN, CA
Oil Platform Dive Trip w/ a DRONE
DIVING OIL RIGS IN FLOWER GARDEN BANKS, TX
Scuba divers exploring the life beneath an oil platform in the Texas Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.
GROWING NEW LIFE FROM ARTIFICIAL REEFS
Two women are changing the way we look at ocean conservation. Presented By BuzzFeed & Hyundai
DIVING OIL PLATFORMS ELLY AND EUREKA IN LONG BEACH, CA - 10/23/15
Scuba diving oil platforms off the coast of Long Beach, CA.
MATUSE VIDEO: CAN'T KNOCK THE HUSTLE
Amber Jackson and Emily Callahan are Scripps Institution of Oceanography graduates in search of a environmental silver lining in light of the realities of offshore energy development- they seek to explore the unique habitats that thrive beneath the surface of offshore oil and gas platforms in order to protect, educate, and discover new solutions for marine life preservation