Stories by Graeme
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.

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.

New to Scuba Resources

Tropical Diving: Tips on Doing it Right!

New to Scuba Training

Cold Water Diving pt.3

New stuff

U.S. Authorities Regulate Drift Gillnets off California Coast

Oceana hopes that this win becomes a stepping stone for an entirely new way of approaching the fishing industry.
by Thomas Gronfeldt

Project Poseidon: A Proposed 100-Day Undersea Expedition

The vision behind Project Poseidon is to facilitate a greater understanding of the link and synergy that exists between sea and space, and to use the mission as a catalyst to strengthen that connection.
by Trevor Sanford

Hawksbill Turtle Is World’s First Known Biofluorescent Reptile

The discovery has raised a number of exciting questions, including how the turtles generate their biofluorescence, and whether the ability is limited to the Solomon Islands population.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson
Italy. Mediterranean Sea, U.W. photo, nudibranch - FILM SCAN

Nudibranchs: You Could Discover a New Species

I hope next time you’re out on a dive you take the opportunity to try and spot some of these marvelous and fascinating creatures and who knows — perhaps you too could have one named after you.
by Guest Blogger