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Scuba Gear Maintenance: 10 Things You Should Never Do

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Scuba diving is an equipment-intensive sport. We need our gear to breathe, see clearly and control our buoyancy underwater, yet it is amazing how many divers do not care for their equipment properly. Regular user maintenance includes visual inspection, cleaning, pre- and post-dive care, as well as correct handling and storage.

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Why Coral Reefs Are Important

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As a diver you have probably had a chance to admire the beauty of coral reefs and the wondrous sea creatures that inhabit them. Did you know though that the importance of coral reefs extends far beyond the pleasure they bring to those who explore them? They support enormous biodiversity, provide food, jobs, income, and shoreline protection. So even if you live far away from the tropical oceans you have most likely experienced some of the benefits that coral reefs bring to billions of people worldwide.

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Underwater Agriculture: a Plaything or a Solution to Future Food Security?

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Do you still think that crops can only be grown on land? Ocean Reef Group together with Genova-based scuba diving company have decided to challenge this concept and develop an alternative agricultural solution that doesn’t require soil or fresh water - Nemo’s Garden. The project creators hope that this new method of cultivating terrestrial crops in the sea can become a key to sustainably grow food on a large scale.

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5 Tips to Prevent Dive Mask Leaks

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Everyone who has ever had problems with a leaking scuba mask knows, that it’s one of the most irritating things that can happen on a dive. Having to constantly stop and clear out the water from your mask does not only distract you from watching the beautiful marine life, but also contributes to poor air consumption. The good news is that performing only a few simple steps can help you ensure you get a great seal and prevent water from entering your mask.

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