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Under The Pole III - Interview with Ghislain Bardout

October 30, 2019

Under The Pole III - Interview with Ghislain Bardout

Under The Pole is an ongoing series of expeditions using technical diving in pursuit of exploration, inspiration, and science.  In 2010 the team of Under The Pole I spent 45 days at the geographic north []

You are one dive away from your dream dive

June 25, 2019

You are one dive away from your dream dive

You are one dive away from your dream dive but… something is stopping you. Maybe it's time you dare to go out of your comfort zone?

Here are some tips:

"If you want something you’ve []

Adventure Awaits - Evolving into a Technical Diver

February 26, 2019

Adventure Awaits - Evolving into a Technical Diver

I never thought I’d become a technical diver let alone a technical diving instructor. I never thought I’d be ice diving in Antarctica, cave diving in Mexico or exploring 300 feet deep wrecks in []

Déjà vu?

December 29, 2018

Déjà vu?

What is a NERD? What is AI?

I recently upgraded my Dive Rite O2ptima rebreather with the new back mounted counter lungs and the built-in bail out valve (BOV) mouthpiece, (which allows me to breathe []

Technical Divers Searching for Superbug Killing Molecules

January 25, 2018

Technical Divers Searching for Superbug Killing Molecules

Antimicrobial Peptides from Sea Urchins in the Twilight Zone of Bahía Banderas México

The overuse of antibiotics in the last several decades has created resistance in many of the microorganisms that cause some of the []

Control of O2 Levels in a Diver's Rebreather

April 21, 2017

Control of O2 Levels in a Diver's Rebreather

There are several methods in use for controlling the O2 level. The difficulty is to a find solution that is relatively simple and that maintains acceptable levels of O2 even when depths and diver workloads change.

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