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scuba diving

[′skü·bə ‚dīv·iŋ]
(engineering)
Any of various diving techniques using self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
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We do this once a month,' said Velasco, a certified scuba diver.
The HINP now has 26 volunteer scuba divers who are also employees of the local government.
More data gives us more pieces to put together the big picture, see how it is evolving, and try to manage and adapt to ocean changes that could affect manta rays, scuba divers, and the all the rest of the life on our planet.
Understanding the Under water Behaviour of Scuba Divers in Hong Kong, Environmental Management, 51: 824-837.
Seeing a shark is one of the biggest thrills you could have as a scuba diver," said Chellapermal.
For years there has never been an easy way to locate Scuba Divers and hire them as Independent Contractors.
Submarine SCUBA divers face many unique challenges and I will talk about a few:
Summary: The airplane of former Bulgarian Communist ruler Todor Zhivkov was submerged in the Black Sea waters near the city of Varna to attract scuba divers and tourists to the sunny coasts of northeastern Bulgaria.
According to these associations it is mandatory for all potential scuba divers to complete a medical examination and a questionnaire prior to beginning the course.
Indus Scuba divers donned scuba gear and sought for trash below the waters surface.
Dr Alfred Rosenberger from Brooklyn College in New York, US, led the examination of the creature's bones, and explained that the bones, which included a skull that was almost complete, were found by a team of scuba divers who were exploring an underwater cave in the area.
They serve as nurseries for future generations of fish stocks and some have even become tourist attractions for visiting scuba divers.