Hero of the Planet
Sylvia Earle — 82, New Jersey
The world famous oceanographer, researcher, book author, lecturer, expedition leader, and the most influential expert in oceanology of our time — Sylvia Earl.
During her career, Dr. Earl spent more than 7,000 hours underwater and has organised more than 100 marine expeditions. She has led the first team of female aquanauts in the Tektite project in 1970, and set the record for a single 1000 meter dive. Since 1998, Sylvia Earl has been a member of the National Geographic Society. She is the first woman to become the head of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of United States.
Today, 65 years later after her first dive, Dr. Earl continues to actively study and protect the world ocean. She was named the first «Hero of the Planet» by Time magazine. She organised more than 100 marine expeditions, including National Geographic expeditions, received more than 200 national awards, founded Mission Blue SEAlliance, and was the first one to submerge to a depth of 1000 meters. In scientific world, this amazing woman was granted the title of «Your Deepness». «I really hope for your help in protecting the World Ocean from each one of you! Remember! The health of the ocean is the health of each one of us! «Says Sylvia Earl.
She is the ocean
«From Innesse Blohina, the acclaimed director of ON THE WAVE, comes the second chapter in her trilogy of documentaries about the wonders of the Ocean and the people whom it calls to make it their life».
-Surftime Magazine, 2014-
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