Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Underwater-Camera-on-MV-Rainbow-Warrior-in-Norway-27MZIFL1NUC2.htmlConceptually similarUnderwater Camera on MV Rainbow Warrior in NorwayGP01YP6Completed★★★★Underwater Camera on MV Rainbow WarriorGP01YP1Completed★★★★Underwater Camera on MV Rainbow WarriorGP01YP2Completed★★★★Crew on MV Rainbow Warrior in NorwayGP01YP4Completed★★★★Bottom Trawler in NorwayGP01YPLCompleted★★★★Bottom Trawler in NorwayGP01YPMCompleted★★★★Crew on MV Rainbow Warrior in NorwayGP01YP5Completed★★★★MV Rainbow Warrior in NorwayGP01YORCompleted★★★★Coral Reef Action in NorwayGP01YP7Completed★★★★★★★View AllGP01YPFUnderwater Camera on MV Rainbow Warrior in NorwayThe underwater drop camera on board the Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior. Greenpeace has been using the drop camera to document Breisunddjupet, one of the unique and unprotected cold water coral reef areas in the Norwegian Sea. Greenpeace is touring the Norwegian sea to promote the establishment of a network of marine reserves for the protection of fragile marine areas from destructive fishing practices and oil drilling.Locations:Alesund-Europe-Norway-Norwegian Sea-ScandinaviaDate:20 Mar, 2009Credit:© Greenpeace / Christian ÅslundMaximum size:4256px X 2832pxKeywords:Camera equipment-KWCI (GPI)-MY Rainbow Warrior II-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-ResearchShoot:MV Rainbow Warrior Coral Reefs Tour in NorwayThe Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior tours in the Norwegian sea documenting cold water coral reef habitats with the use of underwater cameras. These unique, delicate and rich of biodiversity marine areas are threatened by destructive fishing practices - such as bottom trawling - and oil drilling. Greenpeace is calling for the establishment of a network of marine reserves in order to protect these areas.