DAN member Margo Peyton created a dive camp that is safe for families. Read more about Peyton and her motivations to dive.
Underwater worms are fascinating creatures and not much is known about these species. Read more about worms.
Grab your water shoes and bathing suit, and get ready for a fun workout! Water creates perfect resistance and when an exercise ball is added, you get a total-body challenge. Get this water-based workout.
The St. Lawrence River widens into a rich estuary. It’s a rich dive site with lots for divers to check out. Learn more about the St. Lawrence River.
Piers and docks often act as reefs and harbor an abundance of shallow-water fish. These places were not designed to attract animals, but they have since become safe havens. Read more about the importance of piers and docks for marine life.
Accidents happen, even in Antarctica. A DAN member slipped on the icy boat deck and suffered a serious injury. DAN was there to help.
Fluorescence night diving enables divers to observe marine life in glowing colors often invisible to the naked eye. Read more about this night diving technique and how fluorescence works.
A culture of dive safety promotes the sport and improves the overall dive experience. Our experts discuss a dive safety culture and its promotion.
Propeller trikes happen to divers and the injuries are brutal. Read more about propeller safety, tools, research and more to prevent these nasty injuries.
The Bahamas is vast — with 100,000 square miles of oceanic wilderness. Four photojournalists chronicle their adventures in the Bahamas.