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  • The Underwater Photo Gallery - Dave Harasti
    Galleries Tubbataha Reef 2015 Article on Tubbataha Welcome to the Underwater Photo Gallery Click on one of the galleries above to view underwater images All information and images on this website are copyright of the photographer They are not to

    Original URL path: http://www.daveharasti.com/ (2016-02-15)
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  • TUBBATAHA REEF - JUNE 2015
    TUBBATAHA REEF JUNE 2015 A collection of images from Tubbataha Reef June 2015 whilst on liveaboard MV Discovery Palawan ARTICLE ON TUBBATAHA HOME

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  • Tubbataha Marine Protected Area
    the 8 divers it then turned and came back through us again This is all happened in the first 10 minutes of the dive And then again towards the end of the dive another whale shark came up to us When we finally surfaced all I can remember being said by the other divers is holy shit holy shit holy shit hmmmmmmm I think I m going to like wall diving in Tubbataha This single 60 min dive is one of the best dives I ve ever done I have never really tried to rank my best dives but this dive was so good it s going in my top 5 dives of all time and I doubt very much I ll be surpassing it The 3rd and 4th dives for the days were again wall dives I can t recall the name of the sites but it s irrelevant It s what I saw that is relevant On these two dives we had a massive oceanic manta ray a single reef manta ray 3 dogtooth tuna buzz us that were all 4 5 foot long dozens of napoleon wrasse schools of barracuda schools of bigeye jacks schools of Bluefin trevally spawning humphead parrotfish hawksbill and green turtles and then when you actually looked closely at the reef you could find lobsters anemonefish morays and more species of fish than you can possibly imagine Those 4 dives on the first day just gave me the single greatest days diving in my life I m not joking even with 2000 or so dives I have never ever had a day s diving like this That night at dinner I was chatting with the other guests which included some very experienced divers plus editors of two dive magazines and everyone was in agreement it s the best diving day they could recall Why is Tubbataha so incredible Well it s pretty simple It s a 97 000 hectare no take marine protected area MPA meaning that no forms of fishing are allowed It became the first MPA in the Philippines in 1988 so it s been protected for 27 years and is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site The effectiveness of marine protected areas MPAs depends on several factors such as its location and size and if you are ever interested have a read of the Edgar et al scientific paper published in NATURE in 2014 that describes in great detail what makes a MPA successful One of the factors identified as being very important in ensuring MPA success is good compliance enforcement The more compliance there is to prevent illegal fishing the more likely that biodiversity within the MPA will improve over time And this is why Tubbataha is so successful For 270 days of the year the Rangers of Tubbataha live in a small station built on the northern atoll You want a job with remoteness Well this is one of the most remote jobs you can possibly imagine in

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  • Underwater Photo Gallery Main Menu
    PALAU 2014 ANILAO 2014 Fiji Bull Sharks 2012 Heron Island 2012 Heron Island 2011 LOMBOK 2010 Northern Sulawesi 2009 BALI 2009 PHILIPPINES 2009 Northern Sulawesi 2008 Northern Sulawesi 2007 Papua New Guinea East Timor Apr 06 Puerto Galera 2006 Solomon Islands Jan 06 Viet Nam Aug 05 Grey Nurse Sharks Australian Seals South East Queensland All information and images on this website are copyright of the photographer They are not

    Original URL path: http://www.daveharasti.com/maingallery/index.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Details on the Photographer
    Rocks Pimpernel Rock and Solitary Islands The wreck of the Aarhus Moreton Bay Overseas Locations Dived Papua New Guinea Loloata Tufi Motupore Solomon Islands Uepi North Sulawesi Lembeh Manado Palua East Timor Dili Philippines Puerto Galera Coron Anilao Daiun Moalboal Oslob Vietnam Hoi An Nha Trang Whale Island Northern Sulawesi Bunaken Bangka Lembeh Vanuatu Port Villa Red Sea Egypt Rowley Shoals Photography Equipment Nikon D7100 in Ikelite housing with dual

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  • TUBBATAHA REEF - JUNE 2015
    NIKON D7100 Date 31 05 15 10 06 AM Resolution 850 x 607 ISO 200 Exp Time 1 100s Aperture 10 0 Focal Length 10 0mm Total images 30 Last

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  • TUBBATAHA REEF - JUNE 2015
    NIKON D7100 Date 31 05 15 10 01 AM Resolution 850 x 607 ISO 200 Exp Time 1 100s Aperture 13 0 Focal Length 10 0mm Total images 30 Last

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  • TUBBATAHA REEF - JUNE 2015
    NIKON D7100 Date 2 06 15 1 35 PM Resolution 800 x 533 ISO 200 Exp Time 1 100s Aperture 14 0 Focal Length 10 0mm Total images 30 Last

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