Category Archives: Monthly Blog Posts

Immersion Pulmonary Edema

April 8, 2021

Immersion Pulmonary Edema

“I can’t breathe!”. Bill was a middle-aged man with a history of high blood pressure who was enjoying a wreck dive off the Northeast United States. He was diving a 14/7 mm farmer john wetsuit []

We Need to Talk About Our Mistakes So We Can All Learn

March 3, 2021

We Need to Talk About Our Mistakes So We Can All Learn

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 []

Xíimbalil-Ja’ Festival!

February 4, 2021

Xíimbalil-Ja’ Festival!

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 []

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

January 8, 2021

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

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 Through Darkness

December 2, 2020

Diving Through Darkness

Are you nuts? That’s a death wish! This is a phrase I am oh so familiar with, yet as crazy as it seems, it has never crossed my mind.  The reason I hear []

WWII Wrecks - a Toxic Legacy?

November 5, 2020

WWII Wrecks - a Toxic Legacy?

As I give the ‘ok’ sign to my buddy and prepare to roll over the side, I catch sight of a hazy sheen on the water beneath me and smell the distinct scent of oil. []

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