A Diver’s View of Big Creek Bridge

(photo: Z. Kaufman)

Here’s a last glance back toward Big Creek Bridge before heading into the water for a dive.  We MLML scientific divers love the chance to go down to University of California’s Big Creek Reserve for research and training.  Part of the MLML summer scientific diving course is taught here, and students get the chance to dive in pristine kelp forests that are home to a diverse and abundant group of inverts and fishes.  You can read about the adventures at Big Creek in the Big Creek Blog, written by reserve manager Mark Readdie.

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