Diving While Watching the Solar Eclipse

Diving While Watching the Solar Eclipse

There are only few open spaces left provided by the Reef & Rainforest for the Eastern Fields and Far North Great Barrier Reef / Solar Eclipse trip departing Cairns, Australia. For fourteen nights, guests will travel November 12-26 on the ...

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The New AERIS A300

The New AERIS A300

Using a dive computer doesn’t have to be difficult– that is the new AERIS A300 is designed. The A300 is easy to use for the divers in getting into the waters. The A300 is also offering a wide range of ...

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Fund Raising at Cayman Islands by Oceanic Ventures

Fund Raising at Cayman Islands by Oceanic Ventures

A weekend of diving events earlier this year at Cayman Islands was being hosted by Oceanic Ventures and Innerspace systems. The program inlcuded pool demos of a new Pathfinder recreational rebreather and lectures. Aside from that, funds were raised for ...

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The Effect of Mine Pollution

The Effect of Mine Pollution

A mine owned by agribusiness giant, J.R. Simplot have said to produce a contaminant called selenium. Some critics said that the wo-headed trout have implications beyond a couple of Idaho creeks as they examined the effects of the said contaminant. ...

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Preserving Vietnam’s Underwater

Preserving Vietnam’s Underwater

A group of Australian and vietnamese researchers joined in a certain project. Their goal is to preserve and uncover Vitenam’s underwater heritage. The project, a collaboration between the Bach Dang Battlefield Research Group and the Vietnamese Institute of Archaeology, is ...

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Dive Rite Program for Kids

Dive Rite Program for Kids

There is a new Youth Program launched by Dive Rite. It gives children a kid-sized BCD that will grow as they grow. As the child grows, parents who purchase any TravelPac or VoyagerPac BCD for their child can request free ...

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How to Plan in Tech Diving

How to Plan in Tech Diving

The First thing to know is the basics of the oxygen consumption. For example: At 30 m/100 ft, divers consume gas four times faster than they do at the surface. At 40 m/130 ft, they consume gas five times faster ...

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Wreck Diving All Abouts

Wreck Diving All Abouts

Wreck diving is one of the most overwhelming experience whether you are an experienced diver or just a beginner. Being underwater is a lot to explore and the first thing to see are the fishes, the plant life, rocks, corals ...

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Assesment for Oil Damage

Assesment for Oil Damage

At the Gulf of Mexico, for more than a hundred years when the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded, research ship heads to gulf and had finally succeeded in controlling the blowout spewed millions of gallons of oil. Yet to paraphrase Winston Churchill, ...

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The Long Lost Memorable Souvenir

The Long Lost Memorable Souvenir

Bob Besal, a 62-year-old retired rear admiral who earned two Distinguished Flying Cross awards and spent a lifetime on the water and above it, went on a fishing trip this month off the coast of St. Augustine, Florida. He did ...

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Very Close Encounter of a Great White Shark

Very Close Encounter of a Great White Shark

For 17 nerve cracking minutes, a group of divers were rising to the surface because there was a 4.5m white pointer shark circling them. Darrell Pillage an experienced diver of Belmont, told how the shark first approached them 37m below ...

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Asteroid Mission Under the Ocean

Asteroid Mission Under the Ocean

From many outer space missions, NASA have decided to do some underwater practice mission. They wanted to discover and learn more what a real space mission to an asteroid will be like. This deep-sea habitat mission is known as NEEMO 6. ...

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An Inspiring Old Man

An Inspiring Old Man

For so much passion he had for scuba diving, he is considered as the OLDEST scuba-diver. For Limerick, age never stops him for going underneath the ocean floors even if he is already 80 years old. A founder member of ...

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The Dirtiest Job Ever

The Dirtiest Job Ever

If you ever think that working in a boring office, working in a busy restaurant or working as a cleaner are the worst job, well, you might think twice after knowing about this job. I present you Devi Lal — one ...

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