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Ten Best Books For Divers to Read in 2018

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Looking for a book to add to your 2018 reading list? Here are our picks of top ten books about diving that will expand your horizons and teach you something interesting. Whether you prefer fictional tales of underwater adventures, want to learn a new skill or are hunting for a colorful coffee table book detailing the world’s best dive sites, we’ve got something for you.

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NAUI Launches Its Leadership Rescue Workshop Series

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NAUI, in collaboration with Team Lifeguard Systems, is launching the first of its Leadership Rescue Workshop series. The courses, designed to teach the most up-to-date methods and techniques in diver rescue, are open to all certified dive leaders, including divemasters, assistant instructors, and instructors from other agencies.

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Meet a Sea Worm That Looks Like a Christmas Tree

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For those who celebrate Christmas, tree decorating comes once a year, but in the world's tropical seas, there are magical creatures that brim with holiday spirit year-round. They look like miniature festively adorned firs and thus are commonly known as Christmas tree worms. In reality, the beautiful underwater “pines” are just the tip of this worm's iceberg. Two-thirds of the Spirobranchus’ body lies hidden in a calcium carbonate tube inside a coral reef.

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Scientists Discover a New Non-Invasive Method to Track Sharks

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A recently published UK study has unveiled a new less traumatic method of monitoring sharks - via environmental DNA (eDNA). Marine ecologists have shown that even a small sample of seawater can provide the identifiable 'tracks' of numerous species of sharks, rays and other large fish.

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