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A stolen history

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 19th October 2020

Off the shores of Florida’s Key Largo, buried beneath almost two centuries of coral reef formations, lay remnants of the dark side of 1820s piracy and the illegal transport of slaves from Africa to Cuba Text By Joseph Frey Early on a hot July morning we head out into …

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New 5 inch titanium dive knife from Thresher

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 15th October 2020

Looking for a new dive knife? Thresher Dive Supply have launched their all new Monad 5 inch titanium dive knife. The handle offers a fatter, rubberized grip for better wet-handling The injection-molded plastic used in the sheath is stronger. Granted, it’s not indestructible but it’s much less brittle. The …

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Saginaw Bay’s Marine Ecosystem Revival

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 14th October 2020

Saginaw Bay’s warm waters serve as nursery grounds for many fish species and support the fisheries of both Saginaw Bay and the main basin of Lake Huron. Historically, inner Saginaw Bay contained rock reefs that provided critical habitats,spawning grounds, and juvenile areas for many native fish species. This includes …

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Introducing the SportDiver iPhone housing from SeaLife

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 14th October 2020

SeaLife is introducing a new compact and lightweight underwater housing for Apple’s iPhone.  The new SeaLife SportDiver housing will allow divers to take photos and video with their iPhone down to 130 feet (40 meters).  The SportDiver can encase iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X, Xr, Xs, …

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Sponge Documentary Coming to CBC this October

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 9th October 2020

You can read all about these sponges and the incredible work done by this team in the next (Winter) issue of DIVER. On CBC Gem Friday October 30th and CBC Television in BC & Alberta, at 8 pm October 31st The sea to sky highway from Vancouver to Whistler …

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Book: The Secret of Rosalita Flats

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 23rd September 2020

Caribbean Humor Novel Returns Readers To The Quirky Side Of Paradise Most people dream of being stranded on a tropical island. But down-on-his-luck Cal Batten just wants to sell his dad’s ramshackle, football-shaped house, fly home and pay off his creditors. Unfortunately for him, nothing on Blacktip Island goes …

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Book release: The Third Dive

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 17th September 2020

Based on the provocative film documentary of the same name, The Third Dive – An Investigation Into the Death of Rob Stewart investigates the shocking death of a world-renowned conservation activist. When experienced diver and award-winning filmmaker Rob Stewart (Sharkwater and Sharkwater: Extinction) drowned while diving off the coast of the …

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TADPOLES: The Big Little Migration

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 16th September 2020

Inside the current issue of DIVER (Fall 2020) you’ll see a lovely four page feature by our regular columnist Maxwel Hohn, all about the incredible journey of the western toad tadpole. Maxwel has been capturing footage of the tadpoles for four years, accumulating in this mini nature documentary, noq …

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Ethical & Sustainable Mindsets of Harvesting

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 5th September 2020

By Chris Adair, with Kirk Krack The process of harvesting, fishing, and gathering your meal from the ocean and bringing it back to share at the table with friends and family is something that has been passed from generation to generation, and something we hope to continue to pass …

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Guide: British Columbia’s Pavilion Lake – Earth’s early lifeforms

  • DIVER Editorial
  • 5th September 2020

Words and Photos by Eduardo Baena Located on Highway 99, halfway between the towns of Lillooet and Cache Creek, British Columbia’s Pavilion Lake offers a unique opportunity to observe one of the largest known colonies of freshwater microbialites, a type of stromatolite. These calcareous structures resembling rocks were formed …

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