Henri Hemmerechts

Henri Hemmerechts

Business Consultant | Diving Since:1988
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Freelance | Exploration, Scientific, Public Service, Media, Other
 
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Captain Cousteau worked with National Geographic in the 1960s before founding The Cousteau Society in the United States in 1973. He gave TCS exclusive worldwide rights to his name, his likeness and his work in perpetuity. These include are among othe ...

In a bizarre incident a beluga whale speculated to be a 'Russian Spy' returned a phone that had been dropped in the ocean. According to a DailyMail …Original linkOriginal author: Web ...

When it reopens, there'll be a "limit" of 2,400 visitors per day.By Kankanok Wichiantanon | May 09, 2019 It has been two decades since The Beach came out, and two decades since tourists began inundating the stunning Krabi beach where it was filmed, M ...

A carpet of algae, floating dead fish for as far as the eye can see, a stench so powerful it irritates the lungs and stings the eyes… these are some of the effects of algal blooms, caused by ocean eutrophication, a deadly phenomenon for aquatic ecosy ...

A rare Guadalupe fur seal is spotted off Dana Point. The endangered seal is typically not seen near coastal waters. (Photo courtesy by Michelle Velasco for danawharf.com) A rare Guadalupe fur seal is spotted off Dana Point. The endangered seal is ...

Dutch engineers are building what will be the world’s largest archipelago of islands made up of sun-tracking solar panels.Growing resistance to the construction of wind turbines or fields of solar panels on land has led the renewable energy industry ...

Advertisement Image The Deepwater Horizon oil rig in 2010. The explosion killed 11 crew members and caused oil to spill into the Gulf of Mexico for months.CreditCreditGerald Herbert/Associated Press May 2, 2019 Want climate news in your inbox? Sig ...

WA is a step closer to getting the world’s first shark deterrent cable to protect beaches.Members of South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal Sharks Board have flown into Perth to meet the McGowan Government after trials in South Africa showed a 100 per cent suc ...