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.Read More
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 gRead More
In the 1950s and 1960s, radioactive carbon (carbon-14) from thermonuclear weapons tests was released into the atmosphere.Read More
"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."
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.Read More
The silver Ford 'Ranger' truck (registration VF07 JZ0) was parked in Enfield in North London and contained the following scuba diving equipment.,
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.Read More
It is not a new thing. It all began in Pisa, 817 years ago, when a very clever mathematician was thinking profoundly about numbers… and also about rabbits. His name was Leonardo Pisano Bigollo, better known as Fibonacci.Read More