SSI Marine Ecology (Bali)

SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) Course
Price: $140.00

Looking to learn about and experience the amazing marine life in Bali? Then come join us at SSI Marine Ecology for our beginner to advanced diving courses!

Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned diver, we have a course for you. Our beginner course will teach you the basics of diving, including safety procedures and how to use diving equipment. You’ll also get to experience the underwater world for the first time and learn about the different types of marine life you’ll encounter.

If you’re already a certified diver, then our advanced course is perfect for you. You’ll learn about different diving techniques, such as drift diving and deep diving. You’ll also get to experience some of the more advanced aspects of marine ecology, such as coral reef conservation.

At the end of each course, you’ll receive a certification from SSI Marine Ecology, which is recognized worldwide. So come join us and learn about the amazing underwater world!


SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) Essentials

This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of marine ecology and the role of human activity in the health of marine ecosystems. The course will cover topics such as the biology of marine organisms, the physical and chemical conditions of the marine environment, and the ecology of marine habitats. Students will also learn about the threats to marine ecosystems, including pollution, overfishing, and climate change. The course will culminate in a field trip to a marine reserve in Bali, where students will have the opportunity to observe first-hand the diversity of marine life and the importance of conservation.

  • Prerequisites

    • Be at least 10 years of age or older
    • Be a certified diver
  • Includes

    • SSI Marine Ecology Course Materials
    • SSI Marine Ecology Course e-Card Certification
    • 1 Theory Review Session
    • Instructor Fees

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SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) Components

The SSI Marine Ecology course is a comprehensive study of the marine environment and its inhabitants. The course covers topics such as the physical and chemical properties of seawater, the ecology of coral reefs, the impact of humans on the marine environment, and the conservation of marine resources. The course is taught through a combination of lectures, field trips, and laboratory work.

Theory class

Bali Diving Courses Theory Classroom

Practical Pool Session

Dive Instructor Journey
Diving Course Bali Pool Compound
Bali Diving Course Pool Equipment Area

Open Sea Dives

Divers on the surface of water ready to dive.
Diving Course Open Water Component
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Why Learn SSI Marine Ecology (Bali)

Have you ever wondered what kind of impact your diving has on the delicate marine ecosystem? Or what kind of creatures you might encounter while diving in Bali? The SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) course is the perfect way to learn more about the amazing marine life in Bali and how to best protect it. Here are 5 reasons why you should take the course:

1. Learn about the different types of marine life in Bali and what role they play in the ecosystem

SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) is an educational program that teaches about the different types of marine life in Bali and their role in the ecosystem. The program is designed to help participants understand the importance of marine life and its contribution to the ecosystem.

2. Discover how your diving can impact the marine environment and what you can do to minimize your impact

Your diving can impact the marine environment in a number of ways. For example, if you touch or stand on coral, you can damage it. If you kick up sand, you can stir up sediment and reduce visibility. And if you move too quickly or carelessly, you can disturb delicate marine life.

You can minimize your impact on the marine environment by following some simple guidelines. For example, be careful not to touch or stand on coral. If you must touch something, do it gently. Be mindful of your fins and where you place them. Don’t kick up sand or stir up sediment. Move slowly and carefully. And be respectful of marine life.

3. Get up close and personal with some of Bali's most fascinating creatures on guided dives

SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) is a great way to learn about the amazing creatures that live in the waters around Bali. You’ll be able to see these creatures up close and personal, and learn about their ecology and behavior from experienced guides. This is an amazing opportunity to learn about the wonders of the natural world, and to see some of Bali’s most amazing wildlife.

4. Help out with a marine conservation project during your course

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge necessary to help with a marine conservation project in Bali. You will learn about the ecology of the marine environment and the importance of conserving it. The course will also teach you about the methods used to collect data and monitor the marine environment. This will be an invaluable experience if you are interested in a career in marine conservation.

5. Meet other like-minded divers and make new friends

Diving is a great way to meet other people who share your interests. When you’re diving, you’re often in close proximity to other divers, so it’s easy to strike up a conversation. And, since most divers are interested in the marine environment, you’re likely to have a lot in common with the other people you meet.

SSI Marine Ecology (Bali) Topics

Marine Ecology
Marine Conservation

As a scuba diver, you have the opportunity to help protect marine ecosystems by learning about and participating in marine conservation efforts. Marine conservation is the protection of ocean environments and the species that live in them. It is important to conserve marine ecosystems because they provide many benefits to humans, including food, recreation, and economic opportunities.

There are many ways to get involved in marine conservation as a scuba diver. One way is to participate in citizen science projects. These projects collect data that can be used to help researchers understand the health of marine ecosystems and the impacts of human activities on them. You can also help by volunteering with or donating to organizations that are working to protect marine ecosystems.

Another way to help conserve marine ecosystems is to be an environmentally responsible scuba diver. This means taking steps to minimize your impact on the environment while you are diving. For example, you can practice good buoyancy control to avoid kicking up sediment, be careful not to touch or stand on corals, and avoid taking anything from the ocean.

By taking steps to conserve marine ecosystems, you can help ensure that they remain healthy and productive for generations to come.

Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are one of the most biodiverse habitats on Earth, providing homes for 25% of all marine species. However, they are under threat from climate change, pollution, and overfishing.

Scuba diving is one of the best ways to see coral reefs up close and appreciate their beauty. However, divers can also damage reefs if they are not careful. It is important to practice safe diving techniques and to respect the fragile ecosystem of the reef.

Tropical Marine Environments

Tropical marine environments are teeming with life, and scuba diving is a great way to explore this underwater world. A variety of corals, sponges, fish, and other marine creatures can be found in these warm waters.

Many tropical marine environments are threatened by human activity, such as pollution, overfishing, and coastal development. Scuba diving can help raise awareness of these threats and promote conservation of these vital ecosystems.

Tropical Marine Ecosystems

Tropical marine ecosystems are some of the most diverse and productive ecosystems on Earth. They are also among the most threatened, due to the many pressures they face from human activities.

Tropical marine ecosystems include coral reefs, seagrasses, and mangroves. They are found in the warm waters of the world’s oceans, typically between the latitudes of 30° N and 30° S.

Coral reefs are perhaps the best known of the tropical marine ecosystems. They are formed by the skeletons of reef-building corals, which are colonies of tiny marine animals. Coral reefs are home to a huge diversity of other species, including fish, molluscs, crustaceans, and algae.

Seagrasses are another type of tropical marine ecosystem. They are flowering plants that grow in shallow, protected areas of the seafloor. Like coral reefs, seagrasses are home to a wide variety of other species, including fish, crabs, and shellfish.

Mangroves are another type of tropical marine ecosystem. They are trees and shrubs that grow in the brackish waters of coastal areas.