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Marine Species Invasion or Relocation

Alaskan pollock, black sea urchins and other marine species seek out new territories in the face of climate change

Think Beyond Pink

Shrinking men’s gear doesn’t turn it into women’s gear. Women have proportionally smaller torsos, longer legs, broader hips, narrower shoulders and lower metabolic rates. When such differences are ignored in gear design, it impacts our dive comfort and safety. See what manufacturers are doing to bridge this gap.

Five Books About Shipwrecks and Their Explorers

Discover Great Lakes shipwrecks, experience a real-world treasure hunt, uncover the life of the Titanic after she sank and more with these titles.

Five Adriatic Sea Shipwrecks to Dive in Montenegro

Wreck diving in the Adriatic Sea spans millennia, giving history buffs the chance to witness whichever eras they wish.

Five Marine Science Books for Scuba Divers

Peer inside seaweed, seashells, coral reefs, algae and eels with this collection of books about the ocean.

The Hidden Wonders of Wreck Diving in Sudan's Central Red Sea

A WWII wreck and an abandoned Cousteau research station beckon liveaboard divers below the waves and into history.

PADI to Host Free Early Screenings of “Thirteen Lives,” New Thai Cave Diving Rescue Film

Thanks to Prime Video, divers in ten cities around the country will be able to see the film before it premieres at no cost.

Entering the Underworld: Cavern Diving in Grand Bahama

Cavern diving Ben’s Cave in Grand Bahama’s Lucayan National Park delivers an adventure of mythological proportions.

Battling for the Future of Striped Marlin During Mexico's Secret Sardine Run

Marlins are big business in Mexico's Baja Sur, where local scientists and a dive shop are trying to protect the famed fish by swapping sport fishing for snorkel encounters.