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The most useful snippets from our authors, all in one place. DEPTH discusses topics of diving, equipment and environment, physics and physiology, technique and technology, and hyperbarics.

A Glimpse Under the Ice

Have you ever wondered what it looks like under the ice, looking torward the surface...? 

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[Webinar Series] Richie Kohler: A Life Underwater

 

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[Webinar] Richie Kohler, A Life Underwater - December 7 2016

 

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Global Book Launch and 100th Anniversary of Sinking of HMHS Britannic

Today, November 21, is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the HMHS Britannic, and we are pleased to announce the global launch of Mystery of the Last Olympian: Titanic’s Tragic Sister Britannic by author Richie Kohler with Charlie Hudson!

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Exciting news coming from Richie Kohler. . .

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Pick a Gauge, any Gauge! Case study of an open circuit diver.

Pick a Gauge, any Gauge! Case study of an open circuit diver.

An experienced open-circuit diver was trying the “latest, greatest” rebreather during an introductory dive experience. After a few minutes of cursory instruction, she entered the water and began her grand adventure. Descending gradually to 15 fsw (5 msw), she kept close watch on her gauges.

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Rebreathers and the Recreational Diver by Jeffrey Bozanic, Ph.D.

Rebreathers and the Recreational Diver by Jeffrey Bozanic, Ph.D.

When rebreather use started becoming common at the beginning of the twenty-first century, it was the deep, cave, and wreck divers who adopted the new technology. This equipment allowed them to go deeper, penetrate farther, and conserve expensive helium breathing gas. Because they could push the envelope of diving beyond where they could with traditional OC (open circuit) scuba, they were willing to tolerate the numerous increased maintenance responsibilities (as well as pay the hefty price tag associated with rebreathers, often $10,000 to $15,000 or more). But times have changed.

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