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Reclaiming The Deep: Solving the Riddle of Nitrogen Narcosis

Nitrogen narcosis is one of the most common dangers of deep sea diving and despite decades of study, it remains poorly understood. However, advances in science and engineering mean that researchers are on the cusp of new discoveries. In this teaser for a full-length documentary, we take a glimpse at the ongoing work of scientists in their effort to reclaim the deep.

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Exhibition: Gulf of St Lawrence – Log 3. The Martha L. Black

Throughout the Gulf of St. Lawrence Expedition, Oceana Canada and Fisheries and Oceans Canada have been living and working aboard the Canadian Coast Guard science vessel Martha L. Black. Follow Alexandra Cousteau for a tour of the vessel and see how scientists live when they are conducting research at sea.

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Large dams fail on climate change and Indigenous rights

Brazil has flooded large swaths of the Amazon for hydro dams, despite opposition from Indigenous Peoples, environmentalists and others. The country gets 70 per cent of its electricity from hydropower. Brazil’s government had plans to expand development, opening half the Amazon basin to hydro. But a surprising announcement could halt that.


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Show Specials from Pro Dive International at BOOT Dusseldorf 2018

Participate in our prize draw to win a 2-week dive vacation for 2 in Mexico, check out our great show specials and group deals for your next dive vacation, and join seminars with our CEO Markus Fleischmann to learn more about diving in Mexico & the Dominican Republic on Sat Jan 20 at 16:05, Sun Jan 21 at 15:30 at the stage in hall 3!

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World Ocean Summit – March 2018

The fifth World Ocean Summit will be held at Riviera Maya, Mexico, on March 7th-9th 2018 and the ocean’s problems will be the forefront of discussions.

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Introducing The Diving Almanac, Book of Records

The Diving Almanac is the only compilation of such diverse and far-ranging information on the world diving community. It is meant to showcase the accomplishments of underwater explorers, scientists, engineers, freedivers and adventurers since Man first plunged into the sea more than six millennia ago.

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Inside the pool

Why is important to practice in the pool to have a better technique and performance under the open water? Going…

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0 Christmas Greetings from The Scuba News Canada

In scuba diving, there are many things to be grateful for, such as the trip to that must-see shipwreck, a newly discovered shipwreck, or the underwater world of corals and colourful reef fish. Also, there is diving with a group every week and adding another “log entry.”