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X-Ray Mag #96

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Call for entries: Lens Beyond Ocean photo competition

Indeed, this year’s prizes worth US$25,000 do not disappoint, comprising dive travel packages to some of the best locations in Asia as well as top-of-the-line dive equipment and underwater camera gear.

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Australia International Dive Expo 2020 exhibitor registration is now open

Now housed in a new space on Level 4 of the exhibition center, AIDE has a new setup and ambience over the five-day event, including a dive education program with presentations and forums on scientific diving, ocean rescue, dive medicine and women

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Malaysia International Dive Expo 2020 is open for registration

Over the past 15 years, the show has welcomed around 180,000 visitors, with an average of 10,000 visitors each year, of which 90% were divers.

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Corona virus outbreak prevents divers from going to Truk

We've have been informed by a reader that dive travellers heading out to Truk Lagoon, at least when transiting through the Philippines, will now be required to undergo a 14-day quarantine period in Guam due to the presence of corona virus in the P

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2020 DEMA Board of Directors Election Results Announced

The results are as follow:

A1-Manufacturing
Chuck Fultz, Innovative Scuba*
Jenna Meistrell, Body Glove

A2-Diver Certification and Training Agencies
Tom Leaird, SEI Scuba*
Kristin Valette-Wirth, PADI

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Study identifies key loggerhead turtle foraging grounds

After tracking female loggerhead turtles in the Mediterranean, scientists at University of Exeter discovered that they feed at the same locations every year.

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Oban Chamber has busy 2019

This resulted in 39 hyperbaric sessions, because some of the divers needed several therapy sessions.

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Maintaining a NHS-registered chamber is obviously of vital importance to many businesses. Martin Sayer

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Drysuit Technology Comes Full Circle

Literally for generations, neoprene rubber has been the chosen material for building most forms of exposure protection for divers and other water sports enthusiasts.

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Shearwater Research Teric (limited edition)

With the start of a new decade and the Chinese New Year, perhaps that is why Shearwater Research has chosen to issue a limited edition version of their popular 'Teric' watch style computer in this significant colour combination.

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Charger and Case

The Teric was originally launched two years ago. This version comes with an eye-catching red ballistic travel case and it has a wireless charger.

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Shearwater dive computers have earned a much deserved reputation for being easy to use because they feature intuitive menus and interfaces.

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Swimming Pools and Underwater Photography

When doing underwater photography in pools, I have always been irritated by the inherent “feeling of a pool” in the resultant images. What does one shoot in a pool? People!

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Hilarion: Exploring the Greek Silver Mines of Lavreotiki

On a beautiful Sunday morning, a few friends and I visited the famous silver mines of Attica in the municipality of Lavreotiki.

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Just how "green" are fish fingers?

According to a new study published in the Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene journal, the processing of Alaskan pollock into fish sticks, imitation crab, and fish fillets generates nearly twice the emissions produced by fishing itself.

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#ThisGirlCanDive - 2020 Campaign launched

At the time, research indicated that 40% of women (and 35% of men) aged 16 and over were not physically active enough to get the full health benefits of sport.

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Bali coral deliberately vandalised

Photographic evidence has been posted on Facebook showing that names have been carved into coral at Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, and it has enraged social media users.

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Why two hermit crab species on same beach don't fight over shells

Researchers from the University of Bayreuth, Germany discovered how two hermit crab species co-exist on the same beach without fighting over limited resources like food or shelter.

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