Category: Environment News

May 14, 2019 Alex

California Abalone

PhotoELF Edits: 2012:04:12 --- Saved as: 24-Bit JPEG (EXIF) Format 98 % The California Abalone is a tale of abundance that lead to a steep decline. It was not long ago that Abalone in California were viewed as a non-depleting resource. One could provide dinner by diving and picking an…

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April 22, 2019 Melinda Herndon

Woman Owned Scuba.com Deep Dives on Being “Blue” for 30 Years in Honor of Earth Day 2019

70% of our earth consists of water with 70% of earth’s oxygen produced by plants that live below sea level. Scuba.com was founded with the idea that people will be the stewards of and advocates for the underwater world. When you have experienced a reef first hand, seeing how even a small rock can host a rich and diverse community of flora and fauna, you cannot help but want to do your part.

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September 18, 2018 admin

Divescapes Canada Conference & Exhibition

Divescapes is the biggest and best Scuba Diving Conference and Exhibition of Canada, and is THE place to see top tier speaker and exhibitors. Presented by the Alberta Underwater Council, the Divescapes Conference and Exhibition is held biannually and strives to promote safe and environmentally responsible diving. Divescapes Conference provides an…

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February 10, 2018 Staff Writer

7 Night Diving Tips

Diving at night is a specialty many divers fear, until they try it. After one dive many are often hooked on scuba diving after dusk. With a little preparation and planning Night Diving can be among the most rewarding specialties scuba has to offer. Proper lighting is important. Many people…

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