Jarrod Jablonski – is an avid explorer, researcher, author, and instructor teaching, and diving in oceans and caves around the world. Trained as a geologist, Jarrod is the founder and president of Global Underwater Explorers; GUE is international non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and discovery of the aquatic realm. Jarrod is also the CEO of Halcyon Manufacturing and Extreme Exposure Adventure Center while remaining active in conservation, exploration, and filming projects worldwide. His explorations regularly place him in the most remote locations in the world, including several world record excursions at 300feet during cave penetrations in excess of 25,000feet/7km; these dives include total immersions of 30 hours. Jarrod is also an author with dozens of publications, including a range of books and articles.
Previous Baltictech - Topic of the lecture: Mars – one of the biggest wreck projects in Europe in last years.
The discovery and exploration of Mars in the Baltic Sea shipwreck, is currently the largest wreck project, using non-professional civilians divers. There were already two stages of the project in 2012 and 2013 – and the project is planned for many years. Jarrod will describe how you can work together in the great line of civilian divers – country and show a modern method of presentation of wrecks on the seabed.