Monthly Archives: June 2011

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New to Scuba Resources

Cold Water Diving pt.2

Last time around we covered exposure protection, this time around I’ll be covering buoyancy control devices, regulators and computers.

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Marine Species

Glaucus Atlanticus & Marginatus | Nudibranch

The bright dark blue and silver body distinguishes this species. The cerata are elevated on three cushions per side of the body.

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Dive Locations Travel

Jellyfish Lake | Eil Malk Island, Palau

Jellyfish lake is definitely a bucket list item for many! This unique lake is located on Eil Malk Island in Palau.

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Conservation

Is Your Sunscreen Killing Corals?

With the summer season fast approaching, there has been a resurgence of concern over water-enthusiasts’ sunscreens potentially harming fragile coral reef systems.

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New stuff
Women and Scuba Diving

Women and Scuba Diving

Long thought of as a man’s sport, the world of scuba diving continues to attract fearless, adventuresome women
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The Best Dive Gear for Travel

Bringing all your dive gear on a trip can seem daunting, but by trimming weight, downsizing, and investing in travel-specific dive gear, you’ll create the ultimate dive kit.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
Surface Survival While Scuba Diving

Simple Surface Survival While Scuba Diving

Being prepared, staying focused, and remembering a few basic surface skills will automatically lower stress and keep you calm in emergency situations.
by Hayley-Jo Carr
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

Exploring Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary

This year, Scuba Diver Life is partnering with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to bring you images and stories from each of the United States’ 11 dive-able marine sanctuaries. This month, we bring you to Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
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