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KUBI Icelandic Wool Thermal Inner Gloves

A KUBI spokesman confirmed that the company had conducted six months of research and development, including in-water testing, prior to this launch.

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Red Sea coral resilient to climate change

In recent decades, many coral reefs around the world have been suffering tremendous damages as a result of global climate change.

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Coral restoration projects show promise in Florida Keys

Reef-building staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis) was abundant and widespread throughout the Caribbean and Florida until the late 1970s.  The fast-growing coral formed dense thickets in forereef, backreef, and patch-reef environments to

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Surface feeding important for blue whales

When blue whales feed on krill, a lot of energy gets used up in the process of diving, holding their breath and opening their mouth as they plunge into the swarm of krill.

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New dates set for Malaysia International Dive Expo

Exhibitors and partners can be assured that MIDE’s organizers, AsiaEvents Exsic, have put into motion a solid plan to deliver the same targeted results that their mid-year event consistently provides.

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Lens Beyond Ocean submission deadline extended

The LBO international photo competition, now in its tenth year, keeps on getting bigger and bigger, having drawn entries from over 850 underwater photographers around the globe as well as sponsors providing US$25,000 in high-quality prizes.

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Diving in the Era of COVID-19

Thankfully, he did not require a ventilator and recovered after approximately two weeks in the hospital.

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The WWI Disaster of RMS Lusitania

Despite warnings from the German embassy in the American press not to start the crossing with the Lusitania, the ship was brought under steam on 1 May 1915. On board were 1,257 passengers and 702 crew members.

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Award-winning cave explorer inspires you to "choose your character"

Josh told us the inspiration film took about an hour to film, and a much longer period to sort out and put away all the equipment that was used.

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Where are we heading?

Last week, our good colleague Stephan Wheelan wrote an excellent recap

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Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.

— Winston Churchill

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Spring in Copenhagen

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Ocean to Everglades: NFL Initiative

Coral reefs are largely found near coastlines, which means that they receive high levels of interaction from human populations. Globally, it’s estimated that around 500 million people depend on coral reefs to survive.

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Adopt a coral during lockdown

Corals are essential to the balance of the planet, but today they are threatened with extinction.  Thanks to restoration efforts as well as the construction of unique artificial reefs, dedicated to the rehabilitation of coral reefs in damaged area

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You can also follow the evolution of the restored coral reef your coral contributed to by signing up to the NGO’s newsletter on their website or by following them on social media.

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Weymouth charter boat industry on the brink of collapse

Berthing Fees Issue

It is standard operating practice for harbours to charge harbour dues and mooring fees. The monies raised are used to cover the cost of managing and looking after the infrastructure of the harbour.

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What UW Photographers Do When Put in Dry Dock

Most underwater image-makers start out as surface photographers. Once they get their scuba certification, it is a natural progression to begin capturing images underwater.

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DuikeninBeeld organises online dive event Saturday

There will be a livestream through the Facebook pages of DuikeninBeeld, Duikvaker and DiveXperience, and on the event's website too.

The following presentations will be conducted in English:
 

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Simply Scuba Goes Into Administration

In the mid 90's Gerrard Dennis attended a DEMA seminar where it was stated the future of diving was online.

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Simply Scuba, Gerrard Dennis, Joanne Dennis,

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When Simply Scuba was launched in 1995, its original logo featured a shark wearing sun glasses

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