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Volcanic eruption sparked off 2018 algae bloom in North Pacific

From May to August 2018, the Kilauea volcano erupted, sending millions of cubic tons of lava into the ocean.

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Useful resource for JJ-CCR Divers

He has had some O ring charts drawn up to make it easier to identify JJ main and DSV kits.

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Dive boat fire off California

The Public Information Officers of the Ventura County Fire Department tweeted that it "has launched multiple rescue assets along with assets from local agencies to assist more than 30 people in distress".

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Manta rays are social

In contrast to sharks and rays, reef manta rays move in groups at cleaning sites and feeding grounds in shallow waters. Over 500 of these groups were studied over five years in Raja Ampat Marine Park in Indonesia.

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Thai Cave Rescue talk in London

Jim was one of the divers involved in the Thai Cave Rescue last summer, and X-Ray Mag extensively covered this audacious rescue at the time. Now Jim is telling his own story of the dramatic days and dives in Tham Luang Cave.

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Mass extinction event was due to oxygen-depleted seas

Around 420 million years ago, 23 percent of all marine animals were wiped out in a mysterious mass extinction event.

This was known as the Lau/Kozlowskii extinction, and it took place at the end of the prehistoric Silurian Period.

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dFADs threaten marine life in the Indian Ocean

Text by Lucy Martin

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Scapa Flow: WWI Wreck Legacy & Recent Discoveries

Graeme Spence, maritime surveyor to the Admiralty, said in 1812: “… the art of Man, aided by all the Dykes, Sea Walls or Break-Waters that could possibly be built could not have contained a better Roadstead than the peculiar situation and extent o

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Aqaba sinks airplane for new artificial reef

The TriStar plane is a commercial airliner that has been out of service and parked at King Hussein International Airport for several years.

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Scapa 100: Centenary Anniversary Event

I grabbed my travel mug of tea and headed out the door as the 7:00 a.m.

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How longline fishing overlaps with shark migration routes

A team of more than 150 scientists from 25 countries sought to study shark movements on a global scale in relation to longline fishing by collating the migratory journeys of more than 1,600 sharks tracked with satellite tags.

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Fish populations altered due to coral bleaching

Researchers at Lancaster University have discovered that bleached coral reefs experience lasting change to their fish communities.

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White Balance

What is white balance?

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Saving money on your flights for your next diving trip

When it comes to budget, you will find that the cost of this type of vacation can vary widely, and one of the biggest costs is often the flight. Fortunately, there are ways in which you can reduce the cost of your flights simply by going online.

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Clearing Mines in the Sava River of Bosnia

Mine-explosion victim statistics are appalling.

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