Posts with the tag “rebreather-diving”
August 22nd, 2022
A set of double steel cylinders like what technical divers commonly use weighs more than 100 pounds, while a CCR is about 50 pounds depending on the model. But that’s not the complete picture. Double ...
DAN Rebreather Survey
September 16th, 2020
REBREATHER DIVERS: HAVE YOU HAD A CAUSTIC COCKTAIL? Or know someone who has? Tell us about it in this 5-minute survey so we can develop ways to prevent others from getting injured or having to experie...
The Logistics of Exploration
May 6th, 2020
A key safety feature of the dive operations was a commercial wet diving bell. A 70-page standard operating procedure (SOP) document outlined the expedition’s safety protocols. Only four divers would b...
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A Sense of PurposeMexico’s Sardine RunHigh-Pressure Hose injuriesA Hole in My HeartGoing UpConcussion and Return to DivingMarfan Syndrome Recommendations.South African Sardine Run by Walter BernardisSouth African Sardine Run By ProdiveSardine Run Port Elizabeth by ProDiveSardine Run Port St Johns by ProDiveScuba Diving In MauritiusScuba Diving in TanzaniaScuba Diving in the SeychellesScuba Diving in Nosy BeScuba Diving in MalawiScuba Diving in KenyaScuba Diving in South AfricaScuba Diving in Mozambique
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Pushing the Envelope: New Research into the Physiology of Deep Rebreather DivingFin Foot or DCS?Stop Smoking!Good AirEmergency Oxygen and Oxygen ToxicityFreedive with Psoriatic arthritisRebreather MythsShooter: David DoubiletDiving With My DadWhen History Seemingly Repeats Itself: DIADEMA SEA URCHIN LOSSPreserving History: Leslie LeaneyFreediving: Seeking and Finding Our Limits
The Edge of ExtinctionDiving Into an Ocean Climate action planSweet Spot in TimeNot in DenialThe Ocean Less TraveledBlue Heron BridgeMistakes and Bad DecisionsCuba’s Golden FishDiving with a Cold soreMatty Smith: In Two WorldsA victory for the cenotes: keeping up with the Mayan Train projectSAVE THE CENOTES