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13/01 - Why Do We Do This? Watch This Video.

29/11 - EX CLARION CALL is now sponsored by the Joint Services Expeditions Trust. 

JURASSIC SHARK 5:  The next expedition will be on Sharkwater.

Major Reid speaking after dinner at Burgess Hill School for Girls in Feb 13. Photo by Lorna Coward.

The Joint Services Shark Tagging Team featured on British Forces Broadcasting Serice (BFBS) News on 14 Nov 12.

Monty Halls with members of the Joint Services Shark Tagging Team at the Birmingham Dive Show 2012.  Monty is the team's patron.

NEW LOG BOOK.  Launched at the Birmingham Dive Show 2012, the new Shark Diver's Logbook is a high quality hardbacked A5 logbook with space to log 205 dives. Sections include: Guidance for diving with sharks, a shark directory and shark log. Available in gold, blue or pink this limited edition logbook costs just £20 (P & P £2.50).  All profits will go to help the work of the Joint Services Shark Tagging Team.  Contact info@jurassic-shark.org.uk to order.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH'S PRIZE FOR THE BSAC.  The Joint Services Shark Tagging Team has been awarded the Duke of Edinburgh’s Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club for their work tagging critically endangered sharks and turtles around Cocos Island, Costa Rica.  The team were presented with the Award by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in November 2011. 

Awards

The Jurassic Shark Project as a whole was highly commended in the Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards 2010.

Exercise Clarion Call (Jurassic Shark 4), Mexico 2013, was Highly Commended in the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British-Sub-Aqua Club 2013.  The team will be going to Buckingham Palace later this year.

Exercise Jurassic Shark 3, Cocos Island 2010, was the winner of the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club.

Exercise Jurassic Shark 2, Mexico 2008, was the winner of the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club.

Exercise Jurassic Shark, Cocos Island 2006, was a runner-up in the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club.

Exercise Minerva Sovereign, St Paul Island (Nova Scotia), 2001, was a runner-up in the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club.

Exercise Saratoga Crossroads, Bikini Atoll, Truk Lagoon and Kwajalein Atoll, 1999, was a runner-up in the Duke of Edinburgh's Prize for the British Sub-Aqua Club.

Exercise Minerva Sovereign was the winner of the BSAC Expedition of the Year Award 2001.

Exercise Saratoga Crossroads was the winner of the BSAC Expedition of the Year Award 1999.