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Cousteau

Jacques Yves . 1910--97, French underwater explorer
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This year marks 20 years since the death of the French marine giant who has inspired generations to explore and protect our oceans, so it's fitting I should be making my first dive at a site where Cousteau enjoyed one of his last.
The fire, which broke out in the early hours of September 12 at a Turkish shipyard, only damaged the ship's newly-fitted portions, leaving the vessel's historical elements intact, according to Diane Cousteau, the marine explorer's daughter.
In El Nido, Ocampo filmed Cousteau making public service plugs for fisheries in the Philippines.
Phillippe Cousteau showed films about his conservation work and said "the world is changing more rapidly than any scientific projections.
Cousteau told AFP before the mission that he was seeking to honour the legacy of his grandfather, who spent 30 days under the Red Sea in the early 1960s-one of his many pioneering ocean voyages.
Cousteau will live in an underwater habitat for 31 days.
When you consider the Honda Accord's cost and the mileage it delivers with standard and hybrid power, you're not only economically ahead of the game but also improving environmental impact by using less petroleum and cutting CO2 emissions," said Cousteau.
Now, Fabian Cousteau wants to beat his grandfather's record and live underwater for 31 days with six fellow aquanauts at the Aquarius Reef Base as a launching pad to explore the neighboring coral reef.
Sinonimo de la exploracion subacuatica, Jacques-Yves Cousteau es recordado como el buzo frances cuya mirada visionaria desperto nuestros ojos a las profundas maravillas del universo oceanico, segun describe su hijo mayor Jean-Michel en Mi padre, el capitan Jacques-Yues Cousteau publicado por Editorial Planeta Mexicana, bitacora biografica donde emergen contradicciones textuales sobre aquel amante del mar y su crueldad animal.
Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, and environmental diplomat Jean-Michel Cousteau on June 27 announced plans to create an environmental education and eco-adventure program using Dorado Beach as the natural classroom, introducing travelers to Puerto Rico's natural wonders and cultural heritage at the resort.
Paul Gauguin offers 2013 cruises with Jean-Michel Cousteau Paul Gauguin Cruises announced that oceanographer and environmentalist Jean-Michel Cousteau will guest-host four sailings on the Paul Gauguin in 2013.
Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, said: "With sharks' migratory patterns and 80 million or more tourists in these waters, it's no surprise that accidents happen.