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Legends of Scuba: Hans and Lotte Hass

In many ways the first couple of scuba diving, Hans and Lotte Hass were among the sport’s earliest pioneers.

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NOAA expands National Marine Sanctuaries

NOAA expands Cordell Bank and Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuaries off Northern California

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Scuba Divers Find Korean War-Era Airplane Wreck in San Diego

Found in shallow water, the airplane may have been there for as many as 60 years

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Famous Female Divers: Zale Parry

To this day, Parry continues to inspire and encourage all those with an interest in diving and the underwater world.

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Training Tips: Hydration and Scuba Diving

Water, water everywhere — but do remember to drink
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Diving Fundamentals: How To Orient Yourself Using Natural Navigation

With practice, it is possible to accurately navigate your way to and from a specific point by relying on clues provided by the underwater world
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson

Legends of Scuba Diving: Jacques-Yves Cousteau

One of scuba diving’s founding fathers, Cousteau is to many the quintessential underwater explorer
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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Tips for Diving in Currents

Whether you plan for a drift dive or encounter unexpected currents mid-dive, here are some tips to help you keep things smooth along the way.
by Shelley Collett