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In-Water Recompression

In-water recompression: Good idea? Bad idea? What is it anyway? A few weeks ago I came across the following article: Take Me Back Down: One Diver’s “Over The Counter” Remedy For DCIs If you have any deep diving training at all, chances are the topic of in-water recompression has come up at least once. The concept […]

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Are Welded D-Rings Really an Entanglement Hazard?

In the diving community, especially the technical diving community, there are a lot of “facts” thrown around related to best diving practices, equipment, training standards, etc. If you do a little research, much of what is stated as “fact” isn’t supported with much, if any, verifiable data. There are many examples: “Bungeed wings catch on things, […]

No Stop vs. No Decompression. Which is correct?

Should no-decompression diving be renamed no-stop diving? does ivermectin kill mites other than scanies Earlier, I was semi-involved in a discussion about terminology regarding no-decompression diving, or diving within the no decompression limits (NDL) that define sport or recreational diving. I suggested that every dive is a decompression dive. I’m not the first to make […]

Cold Water Diving Tips

For many, Fall means hanging up the swim fins until warmer months next Spring. Sure, you can always take a vacation, but even that leaves an awful long surface interval before the snow melts. With that in mind, let me offer a few tips for making year-round diving not only possible, but fun. 1. Embrace the season. […]

Alameda Man Killed in Monterey Diving Accident

  http://www.montereyherald.com/news/ci_18738019 Another diver lost his life in Monterey last Saturday. This time it was a 65 year old Alameda man who’d “recently gotten back into diving.” According to the story, he and his diving buddy had begun to surface when he simply disappeared. Shorty afterward the search was on and his body recovered about […]

Learn to Dive in Reno

Summer is finally here and if you’ve ever considered learning to SCUBA dive, now is the time to do it. If you live in or near Reno, even better. ivermectina líquido I teach through Sierra Diving Center and believe there is no better place to learn to dive anywhere in the world, let alone Reno. […]

Join JoeScuba

When I originally created the JoeScuba blog, I had several informal goals. First, managing a blog is a fun way to stay connected between dive days. ivermectina covid precio farmacia del ahorro اندرويد كازينو Secondly, I want to grow JoeScuba into a large online forum where divers from all over the world can share information […]