Monthly Archives: March 2012

In the Water Resources

Carbon Monoxide & Scuba Diving

Carbon Monoxide is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas created largely by burning fossil fuels, their derivatives and certain other combustable materials.

In the Water Stories

Hand Feeding Whale Sharks

Tan-awan is a sleepy town a short drive from Cebu City on the Philippine island of Cebu. With a population of just over 900 it’s had nothing to distinguish it from hundreds of similar fishing villages in the Philippines.


Critical Mass

We no longer live in the era of top-down design. Finally the rebreather market has reached a critical mass where consumers have true power to demand features they wish to see integrated into new rebreather designs.

In the Water News Tec Diving

Underwater explorer Jill Heinerth launches We Are Water Campaign & Film

The world’s top female underwater explorer Jill Heinerth is launching a campaign to reconnect people to their most precious commodity – water.


New stuff

Why You Need to Visit Curaçao Now

Seated between Aruba and Bonaire, the island of Curacao is too often overlooked. Here's why that shouldn't be the case.
by Shelley Collett
Scuba diving equipment on the edge of a swimming pool.

Should Refresher Courses Be Compulsory?

Ultimately, should the responsibility for keeping up to date with developments in equipment and techniques remain with the diver?
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson

The Ill-tempered Triggerfish

These guys stand out from the crowd for many reasons, not the least of which is their tendency to bite.
by Shelley Collett

Classroom Under the Sea: An Interview with a Record-Breaking Aquanaut

Two Tennessee Teachers Spend 73 Days Underwater in The Jules’ Undersea Lodge
by Shelley Collett