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Understanding PFO

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 29th July 2021

By Divers Alert Network With its unusual name, its connection to cardiovascular health, and its link to DCS risk, it’s easy to see why patent foramen ovale (PFO) is of particular interest to divers. The good news is that, while the condition is common, it’s typically low-risk—but it can …

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Grandma, You’re a Badass!

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 27th July 2021

By Margo Peyton There is something special about this generation of grandparents. They are adventure-spirited, filled with wisdom, and enjoy outdoor fun with their grandkids. We looked to our parents when we were young children, trying to navigate the way of the world: learning how to ride a bike, drive a car …

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24 Hours Worth of Fresh Video Ideas

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 26th July 2021

By Jill Heinerth One of my favourite video sequences of all time was orchestrated by acclaimed adventure filmmaker Adam Ravetch. In 2012, he was in the Arctic filming Polar Bears: A Summer Odyssey, following a young bear’s epic migration through the icy waters of Hudson Bay. The underwater work was exceptional, but it …

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How about the Rule of Scrooge & Buddha?

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 20th July 2021

By Steve Lewis I can’t recall which Charles Dickens character I am misquoting—I believe it is Ebenezer Scrooge from the novella A Christmas Carol — but the gist is this: “Income one pound; expenses 19 shillings and 11 pence; outcome bliss. Income one pound; expenses one pound and one penny; outcome misery.” Which …

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Equalizing for Freediving and Scuba

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 15th July 2021

By Kirk Krack If you’ve taken a diving course, be it scuba or freediving, you would have been taught the process of equalization. You equalize to ensure that your ears, sinuses, and mask are equal to the water or ambient pressure surrounding you at your depth. Most scuba courses …

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Expanding Time: Video Editing Tips

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 13th July 2021

By Jill Heinerth If I had one wish, it would be for more time underwater. When Mobula rays surround me, or sea lions swarm, I don’t want to surface. I wish I could expand time into an endless and exciting underwater journey. Sometimes the moments you catch on video …

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Keep The Bad Ones

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 7th July 2021

By Michel Gilbert & Danielle Alary After returning from a dive, many photographers upload their images and quickly delete all the bad ones. They may be missing something in the process. We work as a couple and divide tasks. For example, Danielle keeps the photobank, edits images, and catalogues them. …

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Wildly Underrated – South Australia

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 5th July 2021

Words by Heather Creech A rich mix of marine life diversity, stunning colour and killer capuccinos make the South Australia a diver’s dream Serene and regal, Adelaide stands near the edge of the Southern Ocean, bordered by miles of pristine sand beaches on one side and some of the best …

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Mining for DNA: The search for new life begins at depth

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 2nd July 2021

Words by Kevin Brown Our exploration of the abandoned cold water mine started first with a plunge into the archives. While the Outaouais region Quebec owes its development largely to heavy mining, our industrial heritage has not had much historical value placed on it, and very little documentation exists …

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To Submerge and Protect

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 30th June 2021

Words by William Nadeau Specialized in technical, commercial, public safety diving, and underwater investigavite procedures, the RCMP’s Underwater Recovery Team always gets their man In 1959 a Conservation Officer and his pilot were flying to La Loche, Saskatchewan in a Cessna 180 when something went wrong. The plane crashed …

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