Explore the oceans with the Catlin Seaview Survey
Following a three-year survey on the potential impact of climate change on the Arctic region, Catlin is now focusing its attention on the sustainability of coral reefs through the Catlin Seaview Survey.
Awareness of the future impact of climate change is vital to both insurers and policyholders. The Catlin Seaview Survey is an important scientific expedition that will document the composition and health of coral reefs, which will allow researchers to measure the environmental impact of increasing sea temperatures and ocean acidification on ocean life.
The first stage of the Survey will be conducted on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. The team will document 20 locations, beginning with the first expedition at Holmes Reef in September. During each expedition, our groundbreaking underwater camera will take thousands of 360° images, creating the most extensive digital baseline dataset of the reef system. These same images will allow people around the world to experience the reef in vivid detail via the CatlinSeaviewSurvey.com website and on Google Street View.
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