Cryogenically frozen coral can be used to protect the oceans’ future. The frozen samples can be cultured and grown into adult corals enabling reef growth. Read more about the importance of cryogenically frozen coral.
Noldy Rumengan is a notable underwater critter hunter. Read the story of diving alongside Rumengan and searching for marine life.
Fitness programs run the gamut there is no “best” way to exercise. It’s important to tailor a program to you needs, abilities, likes and your body. Here are six steps to start a fitness program.
Located in Missouri, Bonne Terre Mine was closed in 1961 and has since been converted to a haven for scuba divers. Read more about how to dive at Bonne Terre Mine.
DAN not only provides emergency resources to divers, but sailors, too. Read one couple’s harrowing story of a concussion at sea and how DAN was able to provide assistance.
How comfortable are you with underwater navigation? Do you prefer a compass or your innate sense of direction? Regardless of which method you choose, learn more about proper underwater navigation. Never get lost in the water again!
Recompression is idly given within minutes of decompression illness symptoms. But that often can’t happen because of a number of factors. Experts weigh in on recompression delays.
Ascent rates are influenced by different variables, but nearly all exerts agree that divers should keep slow ascent rates to avoid any complications. Read more about ascent rates.
Papua New Guinea is home to exotic and colorful birds, culturally rich indigenous tribes and fantastic diving. Learn more about what Papua New Guinea has to offer.
Two DAN members share their stories of separate field trips going array and how their safety training skills were incredibly helpful.