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The Lone Wolf

On this particular trip, one of the divers, Brian, made it very clear that he did not like these policies. He would often swim some distance away from the group, complaining afterwards that their bubbles kept getting in his photographs.

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Lake Zurich: Deep Cold-Water Wreck Diving in Switzerland

May 2017, a dull day. We were on a mission to search for “something big” in Lake Zurich. A strange track on the lake bottom near a well-known dive spot piqued our curiosity. It was our lucky day!

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Plastic pollution indirectly impacts 10 percent of our oxygen

In the first study of its kind, researchers at Macquarie University studied how the chemicals leached during plastic pollution affect photosynthetic marine bacteria.

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Routine Matters

He raised a hand to stop the countdown and searched around to see if he might have inadvertently taken it off and put it down on the bench next to him, but he could not see it. He had left it back on the liveaboard.

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Viroit Cave: Cave Diving in Albania

Located near the old town of Gjirokaster, Viroit Cave has been on my list of special dive locations I have wanted to visit for a long time. Unfortunately, there was not a lot of information available on the Internet about diving in this country.

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Bikini Atoll

This was my third trip to Bikini but this didn’t lessen my enthusiasm to getting back there. Traveling to this Atoll, deep within the Marshal Island group, takes some doing.

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Alphonse Atoll: Pristine Diving in the Seychelles' Outer Islands

As we flew away from Mahé, a beautiful granitic island in its own right, it took about an hour to fly 400km (250 miles) southwest over blue seas before we began to descend on a small coral atoll, just a speck of palm trees and sand that steadily g

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Low oxygen may temporarily blind some marine invertebrates

Oxygen levels in the ocean fluctuate due to various reasons, both natural and man-made.

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Radioactive carbon from 1960s found in crustaceans in deep trenches

In the 1950s and 1960s, radioactive carbon (carbon-14) from thermonuclear weapons tests was released into the atmosphere.

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Gerry Miles Portfolio

"I hope that, in some small way, by bringing my interpretation of the beauty and majesty of the underwater world to the attention of people, that they may feel the same desperate need that I have to preserve it for future generations."

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MIDE in Kuala Lumpur: The daily report

Day 3 snapshots: Even as the last of MIDE 2019 loomed to an end, there were still people queuing up to buy entrance tickets.

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Rick Stanton MBE awarded the George Medal

was awarded the George Medal by fellow scuba diver,

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Off-reef food can complement diet of fishes at bleached reefs

Reef fishes don't just rely on the coral reef environment to provide them with food. Food, in the form of plankton, also enter the reef environment due to ocean currents and tides; this forms another food source for reef fishes.

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BOLO: Stolen Dive Gear from London, England

The silver Ford 'Ranger' truck (registration VF07 JZ0) was parked in Enfield in North London and contained the following scuba diving equipment.

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Calling Elvis

Some of this equipment will be marked up 'Elvis'. If you have any information relating to this equipment please contact Stephen Elves on +44 (0) 07944 692 956.

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Bjurälven: The Underground River

What course the water takes and what the passage is like nobody knows. What happens underground and how the water make its way from the entrance to the exit has been an enduring mystery. Until now.

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