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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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Maxshow announces their 2020 Charity

This is not the first time that Maxshow has supported a charitable cause.

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'Holiday Designers' has ceased trading

Social Media Announcement

As of the 2nd March 2020, Holiday Designers have ceased trading and will not be accepting any new bookings.

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Interview with Andrea Donati: Pioneering Technical Diving on Ponza for 30 Years

The world is dotted with beautiful locations, and there exist many excellent dive operations across the globe that also rightly deserve praise and accolades for the adventures and wildlife encounters they offer their patrons and for the way they m

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Hospital Ships: Casualties of WWI

An upright stern emerged through the grey-green water around 10m below me.

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Pay attention to briefings

The international dive community was shocked and grief-stricken when the news broke of the devastating fire that consumed the award-winning California-based liveaboard Conception and the 34 people who perished, including divers and crew members.

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Artifacts recovered from the HMS ‘Erebus’ Shipwreck

In one of the largest, most complex underwater archeological undertakings in Canadian history, Parks Canada and Inuit are working in collaboration to explore the wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror―the storied ships of the 1845 Franklin Expedition

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New coral species discovered along the Great Barrier Reef

Scientists from Queensland Museum (QM), University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia completed a 21-day trip from the Capricorn Bunkers off Gladstone to Thursday Island in

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Solar storms can mess with a whale's GPS

After studying 186 live strandings of healthy gray whales from 1985 to 2018, researchers at Duke University concluded that whales' navigational sense is affected by solar storms taking place as far away as our sun.

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How upside-down jellyfish can make the water sting

In some tropical waters like the Florida Keys mangrove forests, for snorkellers to stay safe, it’s not enough to not touch anything. It may not be a good idea to enter the water in the first place.

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Update: New dates announced for ADEX

The organisers of ADEX writes:

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Colour in Post Production

The fine-tuning of our underwater images in postproduction requires a closer look at colours and a skilled photographic eye.

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Red coral recovers in Mediterranean protected areas

Mediterranean species such as red coral, with a hard and striking red skeleton, is key for formations of encrusting corals and algae, as it gives it physical structure, increases its complexity and serves as protection for several species, which f

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A Brick Can Do That!

The clients died mainly because the professionals persisted with attempting to reach the summit despite the fact that they had passed their turnaround time; that is, the point in the day at which an attempt on the summit would normally be aborted

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Amadeo Bachar Portfolio

"Diving is the best way to help people understand what that environment is like. So, divers should take pride in sharing and educating people about their experiences underwater. Keep people aware."
— Amadeo Bachar

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