March 3, 2021
It doesn’t matter what level of diver you are or the experience you have. In the end, we’re all humans and as humans we make mistakes. It’s also in our nature to […]
February 4, 2021
With the purpose of discovering and sharing the natural wonders of the peninsula of Yucatan through impressive images, the exhibition "Xíimbalil-Ja’, Kaxan ts'ono'oto'ob" (loosely translated from Mayan local dialect as “strolling through water, discovering the […]
January 8, 2021
Dr. Denise Herzing has been carefully monitoring a community of wild Atlantic Spotted Dolphins (Stenella frontalis) in the northern Bahamas for an amazing thirty-five continuous years. That alone qualifies as quite a marine success story. […]
Diving Science and Technology
The following blog articles are a curated selection featuring work done by the scientific community relating to diving and decompression theory. We support evidence based decision making and the organizations that provide that evidence.
- What’s All the Fuss about CO2 in Breathing Gas?
- Hyperoxic Myopia: Information for Divers
- Shearwater and the CNS Oxygen Clock
- Should rebreather divers prebreathe test their rebreathers prior to a dive?
- Flying After Diving
- Why do you calibrate a CCR with pure Oxygen?
- Review of Deep Stops in Technical Diving
- Flexible Control of Decompression Stress
- Factors Affecting Battery Life on Shearwater Dive Computers
- What is DiveCAN® and why should I care?
- On The Edge
- Eliminating The Helium Penalty
- Oxygen Seizures at PO2 ≤ 1.6 Bar: How Rare?
- Control of O2 Levels in a Diver’s Rebreather
- Why UPTD Calculations Should Not Be Used
- The CO2 Scrubber in a Diver’s Rebreather