Monthly Archives: March 2012

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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.

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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.

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Stories

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.

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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.

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New stuff
Best Dive Sites in Grand Cayman

The Best Dive Sites in Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman has long been a favorite destination among divers, but do its famous walls and wrecks deliver? The short answer: yes.
by Robert Osborne
By Beth Alexander

Marine Species: The Blue-Ringed Octopus

The blue-ringed octopus, or BRO for short, tops the list of the critters sought out by macro photographers. There are approximately five to 10 different species inhabiting the oceans, but they are most famous for being the only lethal octopus known to man.
by Guest Author
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Cool Scuba Jobs: Great White Shark Guide

There are a lot of cool scuba jobs out there, and one of the coolest is a great-white shark guide. If you’ve ever wondered how to become a shark guide, or just how to find a reputable operator, look no further.
by Kathryn Hodgson
Sodwana Bay

Diving South Africa’s Sodwana Bay

In 2000, Sodwana Bay became internationally known after a group of technical divers rediscovered the prehistoric coelacanth in the depths of the park’s Jesser Canyon, but it is for the incredible biodiversity of the area’s shallower reefs that most divers flock there.
by Jessica Macdonald