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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 42 Out Now


Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 41 Out Now

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News round-up
The return of the Anilao Underwater Shootout, the Philippines named World’s Leading Dive Destination, and Captain Cook Cruises launches citizen science initiative.

DAN Medical Q&A
Divers Alert Network medical experts offer advice about recovery position and PFOs.

The Coral Nurture Programme is helping the iconic Great Barrier Reef on the road to recovery – we find out more about this innovative project from the team at Passions of Paradise.

Raja Ampat is rightly known as the most-biodiverse marine ecosystem in the world, and for this new Creature Feature series, we will be highlighting a few of our favourite marine creatures that you can see during your visit to the region.

Underwater Photography
Underwater photography guru Martyn Guess goes back to basics and over the next few months will be focusing on techniques for those just starting out with their cameras.

TECH: Truk Lagoon
In the first of a four-part series, Marcus Blatchford explains some of the challenges associated with collating the data required for photogrammetry on the iconic shipwrecks of Truk Lagoon.

Papua New Guinea
Scuba Diver’s Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock takes us on a tour of some of the best aircraft wrecks in Papua New Guinea’s waters, including the Deep Pete floatplane and the B17F Black Jack.

PT Hirschfield explores the piers of the Mornington Peninsula, which are home to a veritable smorgasbord of marine life.

What’s New
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans looks at new products coming to market, including the Sublue Navbow+ scooter, Scubapro’s S-Tek range of technical diving equipment, the Nautilus Strobe, the Ammonite System T-Valve, and the DivePro S17 dive light. Plus, a sneak peek of the new Fourth Element Scout mask.

Test Extra
Scuba Diver Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans rates and reviews the innovative J2 base layer from Fourth Element, giving it a good workout during some cold-water dives, as well as out on chilly mountain bike rides and walks with the dog.

Conservation Corner
How the first coral IVF babies on the Great Barrier Reef have produced the next generation.

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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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