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Graeme

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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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New to Scuba Resources

Gear Care 101

I know I can’t speak for everybody; but I know that at any given point, I can’t quickly afford to replace or repair the important parts of my scuba kit.

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Tropical Diving: Tips on Doing it Right!

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New to Scuba Training

Cold Water Diving pt.3

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U.S. East Coast Whale Population On The Rise

At least 19 individual whales were spotted a total of 87 times in 2014 alone, and sightings have been on the rise since fishermen and other sea goers started reported on the phenomenon in 2010.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Review: Backscatter Flip 3.1, Part II

Filter system for the GoPro series aims to cover all bases
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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The Willaurie, New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

The Willaurie has graced both the silver screen and television, as well as featuring in many a dive magazine and article about the Bahamas.
by Liz Parkinson
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British Girl Plans To Be Youngest Silfra Diver

Typically reserved for those aged 18 and over, but after eight months of petitioning the Icelandic government for special dispensation, Charlotte has finally received permission to make her historic dive.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson