Fabien Cousteau plans extended stay at Keys undersea lab

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

- See more at: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FL_FLORIDA_KEYS_UNDERSEA_LAB_FLOL-?SITE=FLTAM&SECTION=STATE&TEMPLATE=#sthash.M66oEciW.dpuf

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

- See more at: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FL_FLORIDA_KEYS_UNDERSEA_LAB_FLOL-?SITE=FLTAM&SECTION=STATE&TEMPLATE=#sthash.M66oEciW.dpuf

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

- See more at: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FL_FLORIDA_KEYS_UNDERSEA_LAB_FLOL-?SITE=FLTAM&SECTION=STATE&TEMPLATE=#sthash.M66oEciW.dpuf

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

- See more at: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FL_FLORIDA_KEYS_UNDERSEA_LAB_FLOL-?SITE=FLTAM&SECTION=STATE&TEMPLATE=#sthash.M66oEciW.dpuf

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

- See more at: http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/F/FL_FLORIDA_KEYS_UNDERSEA_LAB_FLOL-?SITE=FLTAM&SECTION=STATE&TEMPLATE=#sthash.M66oEciW.dpuf

The grandson of ocean exploration pioneer Jacques Cousteau plans to spend a month in an underwater research laboratory in the Florida Keys.

Fabien Cousteau and a team of filmmakers and scientists will dive

to Aquarius Reef Base on Sept. 30. They'll spend 31 days testing experimental equipment and conducting research on the underwater effects of climate change.

Aquarius sits about 60 miles below the ocean's surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. It's owned by the U.S. government and managed by Florida International University. The base allows researchers to scuba dive up to nine continuous hours a day without needing to return to the surface or decompress.

Cousteau's team also will study the physiological and psychological effects of prolonged confinement and long-term saturation diving.

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