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Half Moon
History Wrecks In the Water

Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: The Half Moon

There are 12 Underwater Archaeological Preserves in Florida, scattered from the northwestern Panhandle down to the Florida Keys. Today we visit the Half Moon.

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Mario Chow
Stories Photo & Video In the Water

Photographer Spotlight: Mario Chow

In an ongoing series, we’ll chat with prominent and up-and-coming underwater photographers. Today we sit down with Mario Chow.

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International Year of the Reef
News Conservation In the Water

Celebrating the Third International Year of the Reef

Reef World Foundation and its Green Fins members celebrate the third International Year of the Reef

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Winfield Scott
History Wrecks In the Water

NOAA Marine Sanctuary Shipwrecks: the SS Winfield Scott

National marine sanctuaries protect some of the most spectacular ocean and Great Lakes resources in the United States, including shipwrecks like the SS Winfield Scott.

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New stuff

More Than 2,000 Sharks Die in San Francisco Bay

Scientists are trying to explain a massive die-off of leopard sharks, Pacific angel sharks, and brown smooth-hound sharks in the San Francisco Bay.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
PADI specialties

Most Challenging PADI Specialties

Leaving your comfort zone (in gradual and controlled circumstances) can make you a better diver. What are the most challenging PADI specialties to help you grow?
by Andy Phillips
Ear Barotrauma

Training Fundamentals: Ear Barotrauma

The most common scuba diving-related injury is ear barotrauma. Why does it happen, and how can you avoid it?
by Marcus Knight
Spanish Dancer

Marine Species: Spanish Dancer

On a night dive in the tropical Pacific, you see what appears to be an animated vermillion dinner napkin convulsing wildly. Congratulations, you’ve spotted a Spanish dancer.
by Guest Author Christina Koukkos