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Salty Hair And Sandy Skin – How I Protect My Hair And Skin From The Sea

It’s the question on the lips of a lot of new divers, ‘how can I protect my hair and skin from the sea?’. Warm sun feels glorious on our skin. Floating in the ocean soothes our busy minds. Scuba diving invigorates our every cell and […]

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  Posted On: 10/4/17 9:43 AM by John Hawthrone   Let’s start this article with a really depressing fact (just what you wanted to hear): The ocean is full of garbage. Most people have some sense of this. After all, for the last 30 years, […]

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About 21.8 million pounds of plastic flow into the Great Lakes each year, new research from the Rochester Institute of Technology shows. Lead author Matthew Hoffman, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, calculated the estimate in Inventory and Transport of Plastic Debris in the Laurentian Great Lakes paper, which the Marine Pollution […]

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Sinking Of The Lady Luck!

The Newtown Creek, a 324 foot tanker vessel, has arrived in South Florida and has been sunk on July 23rd, 2016 as an artificial reef 1 ½ miles off Pompano Beach’s shore. This ship is one of the biggest contributions to Florida's artificial reef system […]

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8 Facts About The Pom-pom Crab

The Lybia crab is a species of small crab in the family Xanthidae. It is also referred to as Hawaiian boxer crab, pom-pom crab, cheerleader crab, mosaic boxer crab among many other nicknames. The crabs are known for their signature move of always carrying a […]

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