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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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New to Scuba Resources

Tropical Diving: Tips on Doing it Right!

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New to Scuba Training

Cold Water Diving pt.3

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Disaster-Hit Areas: How Diving Can Help

Diving can offer a lot more than just a chance to relax and admire beauty — it can also offer a chance to help out after a natural disaster and make a difference in a community.
by Guest Blogger
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Life In Captivity: The Story Of Five Orcas

There are currently 56 orcas in captivity around the world, each one a sentient being whose rights have been judged less important than financial profit.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson
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Mechanical Depth Gauge Watches — Are They Worth The Cost?

A new generation of high-end mechanical dive watches has hit the market. But are they worth the money?
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Yoronjima: Japan's Hidden Paradise

Divers can expect colorful fringing reefs, plunging walls and intoxicating blue water.
by Guest Blogger