Abandonment of the whalers in the Arctic Ocean, September 1871, including the George, Gayhead, and Concordia. Scanned from the original Harper's Weekly 1871, courtesy of Robert Schwemmer Maritime Library A LOOK BACK:::: Reproduced from National Marine Sanctuaries from 2016 NOAA archaeologists have discovered the
Photo Credit :: Human Diver Humans are subject to a variety of cognitive biases and heuristics (mental shortcuts). These directly impact the decision-making process of the diver, sometimes resulting in incorrect judgments when certain circumstances dictate. In most settings this can be
Also, he was still wearing the leather boots he died in. Credit: A. Matiukas Lakes and rivers are also the places where literally hundreds of thousands of soldiers, perhaps millions of them who participated in the wars that have occurred
Photo Credit :: Vintage News What happens when particle physics meets the Amelia Earhart mystery? If that sounds complicated, don’t worry – basically a section of fuselage, said to be from her Lockheed plane, is being explored using nuclear power.
From the perspective of instructor, diver, and dive operations, what does AOW certification actually mean?
The Bermuda Triangle is one of the best places to dive for shipwrecks and Michael Barnette, a biologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, has been diving one particular wreck for fifteen years. He is now finally able to
Photo Credit :: Green Party of Canada Our Great Lakes are worth fighting for! Climate change, heat waves and rising water levels are threatening the Great Lakes. That amounts to one fifth of the world’s fresh water under threat. Blooms
Captain Thomas W. Whiteley of Sombra, and his fleet of small grey and orange ferry boats on the St. Clair River.
Photo Credit:: submitted to Times Herald The St. Clair River (French: Rivière Sainte-Claire) is a 40.5-mile-long river (65,2 km) that flows from Lake Huron into Lake St. Clair, forming part of the international boundary between the Canadian province of Ontario
Mia Toose is the founder and CEO of Truli Wetsuits and she had one mission in mind: ensuring that all women who want to get interested in scuba diving and water sports have access to the right quality/fit wetsuits. Wetsuits
Margaret Brooke(Courtesy Royal Canadian Navy, Department of National Defence) Margaret Martha Brooke, MBE, dietician, naval officer, war hero, paleontologist (born 10 April 1915 in Ardath, SK; died 9 January 2016 in Victoria, BC). Brooke was a nursing sister during the Second World War and survived the torpedoing