William L. Guggenheim and his favorite fish, a Striped Bass caught off the New Jersey coast. (Photo: Ann Guggenheim, 1976)

Lost at Sea for 40 Years, But Never Alone

November 28, 2016/by Ocean Doctor
Eduardo Alonso Ramos, 1970-2011

An Expedition Dedicated to Alonso, Whom We Lost Tragically Yesterday

May 5, 2016/by Ocean Doctor

Obama Calls for Cuba-U.S. Collaboration in Marine Conservation

March 24, 2016/by Ocean Doctor
Saving Cuba from US

Saving Cuba from US: Our Most Important Work to Date

December 22, 2015/by Ocean Doctor

Cuban Embassy Opens in DC After 54 Years: Will Cuba Remain the ‘Green Jewel’ of the Caribbean?

With each tug of the rope by Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez,…
July 21, 2015/by Ocean Doctor
Video: Havana - Announcements December 17, 2014

Witnessing History in Havana: 12/17/2014

The Cuban taxi driver informed  me that the world was about…
December 28, 2014/by Ocean Doctor
Healthy Stand of Elkhorn Coral in Cuba's Gardens of the Queen

Why We Won’t Quit the Caribbean

You wouldn't know it from the colorful travel ads, but beneath…
December 9, 2014/by Ocean Doctor
Carysfort Reef 1975 to 2014

OMG I Thought You Were Dead!

I shouted with euphoric joy through my regulator, 20 feet underwater.…
December 2, 2014/by Ocean Doctor
Goliath Grouper and Photographer

What Becomes of Cuba After the Embargo is Lifted?

When a foreigner sets foot in Cuba, it immediately becomes…
October 19, 2014/by Ocean Doctor

The Single Word I Taught First Graders in Cuba

At a rural Cuban elementary school nestled in the verdant mountains…
December 27, 2013/by Ocean Doctor

VIDEO: What Columbus Might Have Seen

I've just returned from Cuba and before my wetsuit has finished…
December 24, 2013/by Ocean Doctor
A beautiful cluster of deep-sea coral, byozoans, anenome and other delicate life below 1,000 feet in the Bering Sea's Pribilof Canyon

Hope Beneath the Bering Sea!

Yesterday I received wonderful news from colleague and friend,…
June 13, 2013/by Ocean Doctor
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