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Training

Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty

You’ll learn how to establish neutral buoyancy while descending to avoid the dreaded cratering and how to compensate for changes in buoyancy due to air usage, depth changes, and wetsuit compression.

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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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Featured Scuba Cartoons

Scuba Cartoon | Are You Certified?

This is the second of our scuba cartoons series by Jerry King. Let us know what you think and submit your own if you have any! Don’t forget to share with your diver friends!

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New to Scuba Resources Stories

Lesson 2: Wait, wait… where’s my weights?

My first dive at one of the most famous dive locations on Okinawa- Maeda Point- was also my second non-class dive ever and I was the usual excited and nervous!

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Dive Site: Port Nelson/Bacardi Bar, New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

The dramatic effect of this spot is only enhanced by the location of the Bacardi Bar Reef, located off its starboard side.
by Liz Parkinson
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8 Cutest Marine Animals

Cute animals rule the Internet — google "cat videos" and lose a full day of work. As divers, we share our environment with many cute critters as well, which deserve their rightful place in Internet searches for cute animals. Here we bring you eight that we think are more adorable than any lolcat out there.
by Trevor Sanford
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California Sushi Chef Sentenced For Serving Whale Meat

It would seem that the sei whales ostensibly being killed by the Japanese for research purposes are instead being processed as part of an illegal trade in whale meat.
by Jessica Vyvyan-Robinson
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Ray ID Mini-guide

There are far too many species to go over all of them, but here are some of the more common and popular to aid you in identifying the next ray you see.
by Shelley Collett