In a land where wildlife outnumbers human life, conservationists are working to find a way to allow access to a rare area of diversity without destroying it in the process. Read more.
Alaska has wildlife above and below the water that capture the imaginations of travelers of all ages. However, a dive photographer specifically curated a trip to Alaska to ensure he could capture images of Alaska marine life at ideal times. Read more about diving in Alaska.
Bacteria is an elusive and often undefined threat, but what dangers does it pose to divers? Take a look at the different microbial threats to divers, and learn what you can do to reduce the risk of infection.
Proper gear disinfection practices are key to avoid bacterial infection. Gain a better understanding of these practices to ensure your next dive is a healthy one.
In the diving environment, psychiatric well-being is as important as physical health. Psychiatrist Adam Roth presents a reasoned approach to evaluating dive fitness in the context of common and less-common mental illnesses.
Ocean education geared toward children and teens has increased in popularity and offerings. These classes can educate students about marine environments and their importance. Read more about ocean education initiatives.
DAN member Greg Holt might be better known as Greg the Divemaster and host of ScubaRadio. Read more about Greg Holt, his career and why he is a DAN member.
The Coral Reef Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) program provides managers and law enforcement personnel with tools and training required to help gather evidence from the marine environment.
Flying fish can be hard to spot, but once you do, they’re fantastic creatures. Learn more about how one group of divers worked together to spot flying fish.
Strength training can not only build muscle but also boost metabolism. With improved muscular strength you’ll have improved sport performance, delay fatigue and increase energy stores. Learn more and gain a great strength training workout.