A team of volunteer divers works together to remove cast-off, derelict fishing nets to help the local animal life. Read more about the venture to remove the nets.
DAN member Guy Harvey, Ph.D., is a gifted artist and depicts marine life in dramatic ways. His work acts as a way to champion for the oceans. Read more about Guy Harvey’s story.
Of the fish sighted around Bay Islands, Honduras in the last 20 years, the writers compiled a list of several they had yet to interact with. Here are their tales.
Don’t let its size fool you: Rhode Island offers divers a lot to see — including some great shark sightings. Read more about where and how to dive in Rhode Island.
Tuna are a warm-blooded predator who cannot stop swimming, but their populations are in trouble. Read more about tuna.
Thanks to previous readings and trainings, when a difficult situation presented itself, a diver was able to remain calm and advocate for the care he needed. Read more about his story.
Technical diving requires additional gear, training and knowledge, but once you become comfortable with tech diving, you can do a lot. Learn more about technical diving and if it is a right option for you.
Out-of-air situations are the most common cause of fatal diving accidents. Surprisingly, these problems sometimes occur at the very beginning of dives when the diver should still have a full tank of compressed gas. How is this possible?
Jaw pain is a common complaint in divers, but the problem could be serious. Read more about temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
DAN medics answer your questions about dive medicine.