The entrants of this year’s Ocean Views photo contest are truly ambassadors for our ocean world. As photographer Brian Skerry states in his introduction to the contest gallery, “The images were produce bear witness to the fact this stunning realm exists.”
Manta rays are often forgotten in conservation and research efforts. Several species of rays are under threat. Learn more about manta rays and what you can do.
The Bell Island mines were attacked in WWII, and today, artifacts from the mine are submerged underwater making an interesting dive expedition. Crews are set to visually archive the artifacts.
Faulty or improperly used gear can quickly change and impact a dive. Read gear-related dive incident reports and avoid these mistakes.
Lionfish are an invasive species globally but divers and the dive industry have been effective at controlling the lionfish populations. Different strategies help keep the populations low, but a new program tags the lionfish to learn more about them.
In late 2015, as part of DAN’s Recompression Chamber Assistance Program (RCAP), DAN sent staff to Saba to help improve medical care for divers.
DAN member Stephanie Arne is the first female host of Mutual of Omaha’s Animal Kingdom. Read more about Stephanie’s story and why she is a DAN member.
Japan has excellent diving with marvelous creatures. Read the second part in this series of diving in Japan.
Back pain can ruin a dive vacation quickly. Perform these back-friendly stretches to keep your core happy and healthy. Get the back stretches now.
Keystone Jetty is as standout in the long list of Washington-state dive sites. A diver can find a bevvy of interesting sea creatures. Learn more about how to dive Keystone Jetty.