SAVE THE DATE: Marine Environmental Awards Luncheon 2014

Former Recipient Russell Ladd with honored guests and proud staff
Former Recipient Russell Ladd with honored guests and proud staff

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The Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation’s


Third  Annual

Marine Environmental Awards Luncheon

Tuesday, November 4


Battle House Hotel


Moonlight Ballroom (upstairs)


11:30 until 1:00 pm


Tickets $50 in Advance +( 2.50 Online handling)

$60 at the Door

 $400 for a Table of 8+( 5.00 online Handling Fee)

$500 for table of 10 + (10.00 online Handling Fee)


To make reservations on line click the boxes below. Note if you do not have  paypal account there is a page for you to enter your credit card information. If you would prefer to pay by check please make it payable to DISLF and mail it to PO Box 82151, Mobile, AL  36689.

Individual Reservations:


Table Reservation for 8 or 10:


Marine Environmental Awards Nominations

The Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation is seeking nominations for the marine environmental awards.  Deadline for Nominations is

September 2. 



Gulf Coast Marine Environmental Excellence Award-Recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to marine environmental sustainability in the Alabama Gulf Coast Region.


Gulf Coast Marine Environmental Leadership Award-Recognizes a business or organization whose efforts have resulted in the improvement of marine environmental sustainability in the Alabama Gulf Coast Region.



If you know someone who deserves being considered for these awards please email their name or organization to or call 251-605-6624. 


You can use this download this form to submit your nominee.

Dr. Dave Gallo
Dr. Dave Gallo

Dave Gallo Oceanographer and Explorer To be Keynote Speaker at MEAL

Dr. Gallo is an American oceanographer and Director of Special Projects at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.  For more than 25 years, he has been at the forefront of ocean exploration, participating in and being witness to the development of new technologies and scientific discoveries that shape our view of Planet Earth. He has been described by TED Conferences as “an enthusiastic ambassador between the sea and those of us on dry land.”  With more than 8 million views, his TED

presentation “Underwater Astonishments” is among the top three TED Talks viewed to date.


David has participated in expeditions to all of the world’s oceans and was one of the first scientists to use a combination of robots and submarines to explore the deep seafloor. Most recently, he co-led an expedition to create the first detailed and comprehensive map of the RMS Titanic and he co-led the successful international effort to locate the remains of Air France Flight 447.  He is presently involved in planning an international expedition to locate and document the wreckage of Ernest Shackleton’s ship, HMS Endurance.  Currently he is in Australia assisting with the missing Malaysian Air flight.


Click here to view his TED talk:

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