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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 48 Out Now

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Scuba Diver ANZ Issue 48 Out Now
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News round-up
The world’s deepest shipwreck, Bob Kirby dies, Counting Coral in Fiji, protection for the Endurance, and Velocean and Arenui cruises Indonesia’s waters once more.

DAN Medical Q&A
The Divers Alert Network experts answer a question about Marfan syndrome.

Australia
Chelsea Haebich explains why Edithburgh Jetty holds such high regard among avid scuba divers in South Australia.

Fiji
There are over 300 islands in Fiji, as well as two of the world’s longest barrier reefs, and some of the best dive sites are found in its more remote corners. Diveplanit Travel’s Deborah Dickson-Smith discovered some hidden gems on a recent cruise with Captain Cook Cruises Fiji.

Diving with… Dr Elodie Camprasse

PT Hirshfield chats with marine ecologist Dr Elodie Camprasse, who extols the virtues of Australian waters, and reveals a soft spot for spider crabs.

Divers Alert Network Asia-Pacific
The team at DAN Asia-Pacific focus on immersion pulmonary oedema, explaining what IPE is, and who is susceptible.

Florida
Scuba Diver Senior Travel Editor Don Silcock kicks off this series looking at different big animals – and where to find them – with a focus on manatees, and specifically those found in Florida’s Crystal River.

Papua New Guinea
Don Silcock explains how this large bay on the eastern tip of the Papua New Guinea’s ‘mainland’ is what first brought the country to the attention of travelling divers and underwater photographers around the world.

Unique Australian marine life, pt 1
In the first part of a new series looking at unique Australian marine life, Nigel Marsh focuses his attention on cephalopods, rays and sharks.

What’s New
The Scuba Diver teams looks at a host of new products coming to market, including the Fourth Element Xerotherm hoodie, the Mares XR Rec Ice wing, the Tecline Peanut 16 wing systems, the Apeks Ocea regulator, the Otter Watersports changing mat, the Crest CR-5 wristwarch dive computer, and the Shearwater Research Perdix 2 and Petrel 3 dive computers.

Test Extra
Scuba Diver Editorial Director Mark Evans dives the Tecline V1 Ice Tec II regulator.

Conservation Corner
GBR Biology brings citizen science and other projects to the Great Barrier Reef.

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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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