Top: With the first print edition of the Diving Almanac & Book of Records at Beneath the Sea in 2007.
Photo © Mélina Grondin | Diving Almanac.
About the editor
Jeffrey Gallant started diving in 1982. He has since led research and training missions around the world, including in Canada where he is a scientist with the Greenland Shark and Elasmobranch Education and Research Group (GEERG).
Among other accomplishments, Jeffrey was trained as an aquanaut in Romania in 1995 (L.S.-1 Laboratory), he dove with Équipe Cousteau aboard the windship Alcyone in 1999, he was elected as a Fellow of the Explorers Club in 2010, and he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of his contributions to underwater science and exploration in 2012.
As an award-winning photographer, author and researcher, Jeffrey has contributed to many dive publications, science journals, as well as television and film documentaries on sharks and diving, including Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and the BBC. He has been a contributing editor of Vancouver-based DIVER Magazine since 1997. He currently lives in Drummondville, Quebec, where he is a college teacher.
Above: On assignment at Utila. Photo © Mélina Grondin
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