Sixteen meters deep: Investigating the marine life without getting wet! Projeto Navi in Fernando de Noronha.

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It’s finally here: the last post on our trip/expedition to the Fernando de Noronha Archipelago.

The husband, an avid and passionate amateur photographer. His wife, yours truly, always being reminded of her background as a Biologist and forever researcher… The perfect combination for venturing with Eng. Leonardo Veras through a private investigation trip along the open ocean waters in Fernando de Noronha.

Eng. Leo Veras takes responsibility for the Navi Project (Projeto Navi), a pioneer experiment at the archipelago – unique, and wonderful!

We were taken to observe the marine life, 16 meters deep, thanks to the ship’s glass bottom, resistant to pressure, high volume and speed. Talk about biology, math, physics, all at once! Lovely and fantastic! We were able to snap several shots, as well as, a couple of videos during our expedition. All 3 images from the Project’s Website (above) are used with permission…

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3 comments on “Sixteen meters deep: Investigating the marine life without getting wet! Projeto Navi in Fernando de Noronha.

  1. Thank you for visiting the blog and checking this post out! I love sharing posts about nature, expeditions, natural resources, trips to a nearby archipelago (Fernando de Noronha) and green ideas… This week I’ll publish a post about a hanging garden, at our American School in Recife, using cost-free watering system and recycled PET bottles… stay tuned! 😮 Thanks and greetings from Brazil, from http://3rdculturechildren.com

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