Our team of citizen science divers can be used to collect reliable, quality data in support of research and conservation efforts.
Project Baseline UK is proud to collaborate with the following organisations:
Blue Marine Foundation
BLUE is filling a niche in the NGO world, enabling marine conservation to happen fast and effectively. What differentiates BLUE is that we are well connected and determined; we seize opportunities as they arise and get things done. We forge new partnerships and challenge the status quo.
Seasearch is a project for volunteer scuba divers who have an interest in what they’re seeing under water, want to learn more and want to help protect the marine environment around the coasts of Britain and Ireland.
Our Seas is a coalition of marine businesses, community groups, Scottish fishing associations, environmental and charitable organisations and marine recreational groups, raising awareness of the urgent need to protect our coastal seabed.
UK Exploration Project
The UK Exploration Project aims to locate, identify, and explore shipwrecks in British coastal waters. The objective of the research is documenting each site using a combination of video, photography, photogrammetry, 3-D models and sketches. The current preservation state and any environmental factors affecting the wrecks will also be investigated. It is hoped that further exploration of any unidentified wrecks will yield enough data for formal identification.
BARDOCreative is a multi-skilled creative agency run by acclaimed underwater photographer Jason Brown that offers design, marketing and photography services exclusively to the diving industry. In addition, BARDOCreative offers commercial clients a unique collection of eye-catching imagery available to licence. Jason is actively involved in a number of high-profile dive industry events including EUROTEK, TEKCamp and Go Diving. He also contributes regularly to the diving press worldwide.
Halcyon Dive Systems
Halcyon began as a group of divers who knew exactly what they wanted but couldn’t find it in a dive store. Their passion for diving led them to designing wings and lights to satisfy their diving. They soon discovered that they were not alone in their pursuit of equipment that could radically improve every diver’s comfort; from the newest recreational diver to supporting divers doing the most aggressive technical dives ever completed. The founders, owners, and senior management have a long history as diving pioneers, with diverse backgrounds, ranging from academia to manufacturing to consulting. They all share one common thread: each of their log books records of an average of 20 years of diving.