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2018 saw record breaking greenhouse gas concentrations Newly published research of the Earth's atmosphere in 2018 has suggested that the year saw a record breaking amount of climate change causing greenhouse gases in the air despite efforts to reduce the burning of fossil fuels.
Dublin 'Santa' scuba divers raise funds for RNLI A group of scuba divers from diving clubs around Dublin dressed in Santa suits before diving into the sea off Sandycove Co. Dublin as part of an annual fundraising initiative in aid of the RNLI. Video: Nick Bradshaw.
Roman shipwreck biggest in eastern Med The finding of the largest ancient Roman shipwreck ever to be located in the eastern Mediterranean has been reported recently, coinciding with publication of a paper on the sonar-scanning techniques that revealed it, but the discovery itself dates back more than six years.
The Magical and Deadly Blue-Ringed Octopus I spent a week diving off the coast of Dauin and Apo Island in the Philippines. During one of our first dives, we ran into a Blue-Ringed Octopus. The Blue-Ringed Octopus is one of the most venomous animals found underwater. The average Blue-Ringed Octopus has enough venom to kill 26 humans at the same time.
The Best Places for Scuba Diving and Kiteboarding in the Caribbean Looking for a warm escape and specifically scuba diving or kiteboarding? Look no further than these top retreats from Grit Daily.
Scuba Diving Equipment Market Analysis - Global Demand, Opportunities, Revenue, Production, and Geographical Forecast To 2024 Scuba Diving Equipment Market reports helps you prepare to better ride the business cycles while anticipating the future. Scuba Diving Equipment Industry Outlook report helps you anticipate upcoming trends. The Global Scuba Diving Equipment Market is poised to grow strong during the forecast period 2017 to 2027.
Scuba Santa making a stop in Dubuque Dubuque, Iowa - Before delivering presents this year, Scuba Santa is making his annual stop at the National River Museum and Aquarium in Dubuque. Santa will be scuba diving in the Gulf of Mexico aquarium and taking photos with guests through the glass.
Sex on the Reef: Science and Tourism Join Forces In November one of nature's greatest spectacles - the annual mass coral-spawning event on the Great Barrier Reef - inspired a new collaboration as Cairns-based tourism operators joined forces with scientists to help save the reef.
The Philippines: Tagbilaran, Hinagdanan Cave & Mag-Aso falls After visiting the islands of Cebu and Palawan, our last major stop in The Philippines was the island of Bohol. We got here from Cebu by the Oceanjet ferry. We had planned to spend total of 3 days here including the travel days.
Fire In the Sky Every week we bring you some of the best underwater photography we've seen from both amateurs and professionals alike. You can get your photos featured by tagging us on social media as well as using the hashtag #DeeperBluePhoto. Finally, you can use our submission form as well.
Shelling out and saving for charities If Christmas is the time of giving, expect to see several charity-related diving news stories in the lead-up to the festive holidays. Two that are time-sensitive relate to Christmas shopping for dive-trips and action cameras.
Santa Scuba Dive Takes The Plunge For Lifeboats In Sandycove This Weekend Tomorrow at noon Scuba divers dressed in Santa suits will be ready to dive into the sea water off Sandycove for the annual Santa Scuba Dive. This unique Christmas event has raised over €12,000 for the RNLI since it was started in 2014 by Karen Kenny of the Dublin University Sub Aqua Club.
Do You Really Need A Rescue GPS When Diving? Alec Peirce answers the question and explains how the Nautilus LifeLine Rescue GPS works. Alec explains that the device is an absolute necessity when diving under certain circumstances. In his opinion, it isn't a necessity if you are diving in clear calm waters close to the shore or in clear visibility of the dive boat.
Girls That Scuba Hits Facebook Milestone If we've challenged all of this in our journey so far, we can't wait to see what else we have the power to change!" To learn more about how Girls That Scuba has evolved, check out the original Facebook page or go to the GTS website or follow them on Instagram.
BASICS: How to choose a diving mask James from Divers Ready is back with more helpful tips, this time on how to choose a diving mask. We run through some of the features you need to consider when picking the best dive mask for you. In addition, we also have an Apeks VX1 and an Aqua Lung Plazma Mask to give away to two lucky winners.
Scuba Regulators Market Size by Type, Product, Application & Market Opportunities 2019-2024 Scuba Regulators Market report offers detailed analysis and a five-year forecast for the global Scuba Regulators industry. Scuba Regulators market report delivers the insights which will shape your strategic planning as you estimate geographic, product or service expansion within the Scuba Regulators industry.
Global Scuba Diving Equipment Market by Manufacturers, Types, Regions and Application Research Report Forecast to 2024 In this report, we analyze the Scuba Diving Equipment industry from two aspects. One part is about its production and the other part is about its consumption. In terms of its production, we analyze the production, revenue, gross margin of its main manufacturers and the unit price that they offer in different regions from 2014 to 2019.
Girls that Scuba Facebook group celebrates hitting 40,000 members Yet those humble beginnings have spawned an incredible community, and in celebration of reaching the huge milestone of 40,000 members on their original platform, we thought we'd share the highlights of the GTS journey so far!
Back to Sharm with Diverse The news of the restarting of UK flights to Sharm el Sheikh has been greeted with this offer from tour operator Diverse Travel. "The reefs are revitalised, and the marine life is teeming, making now the perfect time to dive the iconic sites of the Sinai Peninsula," it says.
Backscatter Publishes Results from Field Test of New Mini Flash and Optical Snoot If you saw the announcement of Backscatter's Mini Flash and have been wondering what all this "snooting" business is about, you might want to check out the results the Backscatter team achieved on a recent field test of the new strobe in the waters off Komodo Island.
Global First and Second Stage Scuba Regulators Market 2013-2026 - Aqua Lung International, Cressi, TUSA, SCUBAPRO, Sherwood The report offers a holistic view of First and Second Stage Scuba Regulators market through systematic segmentation that covers every aspect of the target market. The report projects revenue of XX USD in 2014 and 2026 with a CAGR of XX%.
Growth to be Witnessed by First and Second Stage Scuba Regulators Market & Key Players-Aqua Lung International, Cressi New York City, NY: December 13, 2019 - Published via - Research Outlines 2020: Outstanding Growth Expected for First and Second Stage Scuba Regulators Market With Futuristic Demand Analysis, Business Boosting Strategies, Upcoming Advancement, Countermeasures of Economic Impact and Marketing Channels To 2029.
Oceanic whitetips on the brink Oceanic whitetip sharks, a species particularly popular among scuba divers and a few decades ago the most common pelagic shark in the tropical oceans, have been reclassified from Vulnerable to Critically Endangered globally, with devastating population declines of up to 98% reported.
Top 10 Scuba Diving Myths To help counteract some of the incorrect information and out-dated ideas circulating out there, we put together a list of the most common scuba diving myths. Myth #1 You have to dive deep to see anything interesting.
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