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AP Diving SCUBA to Medical O2 PIN Index Adaptor

It is a globally recognised first aid in-the-field treatment, and it’s beneficial. Breathing oxygen may alleviate or even resolve DCS symptoms in a sick diver.

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Of seals and their whiskers

Some land animals like rats and shrews use their whiskers to explore, forage and move around.

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Interview with Jakub Šimánek

He has been diving with a Liberty since the very first prototype and has helped with many SW and HW innovations (CCR bailout mode included). Since 2017, he has been collecting and recording his experiences and methodics using bailout rebreathers.

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Learning the swimming secrets of dolphins and whales

This scenario may one day become reality. And to be efficient, such robots would need to be maneuverable and stealthy, and be able to closely mimic the movements of the marine creatures.

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Beuchat Premium Gloves

In the main you want your hands protected against mechanical damage—scrapes, scratches and bangs—when wreck and cave diving.

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Comparing the Performance of First Aid Oxygen Delivery Systems

Constant flow systems have flow meters with settings ranging from 0.5 to 25 liters per minute (L∙min-1).

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Cape Town: Underwater Photography Off South Africa's Rugged Scenic Coast

The beauty of Cape Town stretches beyond the shoreline and beneath the waves, providing divers and underwater photographers a lively and fascinating playground with a beautiful backdrop to match.

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TEKDiveUSA postponed

A spokesman stated "due to the public health emergency we are currently facing, we believe that it is not possible to move forward with TEKDiveUSA.2020 as planned.

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Receiver of Wreck survey closes on 18 March

The MCA are aiming to simplify, modernise and streamline the Receiver of Wreck reporting process.

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Beneath The Sea - postponed until October 2020

It was due to be held from Friday 27 to Sunday 29 March 2020 inclusive.

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Swedish Dive expo - Dykmässan - forced to postpone due to coronavirus outbreak

It was due to be held this upcoming weekend - Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 March 2020.

The organiser regrets the inconvenience caused. A future date that will be announced as soon as possible.

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The 'Ghost Fishing' organisation puts divers centre stage

It was delivered by a very tall, quiet Dutchman by the name of Pascal van Erp. Pascal explained how he had started to recover abandoned ghost fishing gear entangled on wrecks in 2009. He soon inspired others to join him.

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2016 New Zealand quake disrupted sperm whales' foraging behaviour

In November 2016, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in New Zealand triggered underwater mudslides in the underwater canyon off the coastline. This led to high-velocity currents to flush 850 tonnes of sediment from the canyon into the ocean.

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Researchers find deep-sea coral gardens off Western Australia

Widely known as a biodiversity hotspot for marine animals, Australia’s Bremer Canyon Marine Park has been found to also host rich, diverse ecosystems within the canyon’s cold waters.

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Fourth Element Thermocline

You can wear this next generation Oceanwear as a barrier to reduce contact between your skin and a neoprene suit, or simply replace your 2mm neoprene garment.

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Oceanology International postponed to December 2020

The new dates will be Tuesday 1 to Thursday 3 December 2020 inclusive, at London Excel.

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