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Many more victims likely from Mercury Bay poisoning

"The number of people damaged by mercury poisoning in Southern Japan could run into the high tens of thousands, according to research out today. ""Twenty-thousand...

Pew Oceans Commission Releases Report to the Nation

Today the Pew Oceans Commission presents to the president, Congress and the nation, America's Living Oceans, Charting a...

Diver Profile – Dave Thompson

Tech Editor Jeannette caught up with Rebreather designer Dave Thompson and gets him to spill some of his secrets!

Aussie Diver Half-Swallowed by Shark, Lives

SYDNEY - Reuters reports that a 25-year-old Australian abalone diver survived an attack by a great white shark - an attack in...

Dive Industry Saddened by Passing of Paul Tzimoulis

Paul Tzimoulis was a true diving pioneer. He passed away on June 3, 2003 after a battle with...

U.S. Congress Pushes for True Shark Finning Ban

  A recent decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals prompted Congress to introduce the Shark Conservation Act of 2008 late last night....

XARIFA Underwater Imagery Festival

Kelsterbach - The XARIFA team has called for entries to the XARIFA Underwater Photo and Video Festival, to be held in Kelsterbach,...

DeeperBlue.com Interview With Environmental Moorings International

With anchor damage being a major destroyer of coral reefs and other sensitive...

Midwest Diving

Theresa explores the surprises in store for those willing to venture into cold freshwater.

World Record for Longest Open Saltwater Scuba Dive

Will Goodman, from the UK, broke the World Record for staying underwater for a total of 48 hours and 9 minutes and 17 seconds. The...

Beach Buddy Wheeled Carryall Now Shipping

The new Beach Buddy dive gear transport system is now shipping to dive shops and interested consumers, according to inventor Stacie Hill. Dive instructor Stacie...

'I never thought I could be doing anything like that!'

Phil Mucci regales us with an inspiring, true story of struggle and triumph, as experienced by Indika Gunawardena, as he carried his whole community forward through scuba diving.

MCS organises Oceans 2001

"Oceans 2001, hosted by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS1), is a conference focussing on marine life and some of the threats it faces. The...
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