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X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
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X-Ray Mag #45

The Red Sea: Discover Nuweiba with Charles Stirling and Taba with Peter Symes; Charles Stirling also takes us to the Canary Islands' oasis of Lanzarote; Discover the Wanli wreck with Carol Tedesco; Bonnie McKenna interviews cave diver, Jill Heinerth; Learn the do's & don't's of shark diving with Andy Murch; Educate yourself on managing narcosis with Dr Barry Fowler; How to use flash in underwater photography with Lawson Wood; Don Silcock shows us the B17 Black Jack wreck in Papua New Guinea; plus news and discoveries, equipment and training news, underwater photo and video equipment, squid news, shark tales, whale tales and much more...

90 spreads (Double pages)

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Special coverage of the Red Sea: Nuweiba with Charles Stirling and Taba with Peter Symes. Discover Nuweiba on the Red Sea of which Stirling states, "Nuweiba is a natural oasis, it spreads over about 40km of gently sloping flood plane surrounded by the majestic Sinai mountains inland and the Gulf." Discover Taba on the Red Sea with Peter Symes who says, "The northern end of the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea is full of new opportunities and fresh dive sites."

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Section I

World-first discovery may help save coral reefs; Captive breeding of saltwater species could help save coral reefs; Noisy Shrimp Rumble; Oceana expedition explores Spanish and Portuguese waters; Why big claws are cool; More to the Coral Sea than meets the eye; Male zebrafish adopt devious tactics to woo females; Training News: SSI announces rebreather partnership with Poseidon; PADI’s 20 Millionth Certification; TDI announces Gem Level One diver course; Poseidon Announces Rebreather Technical Upgrades Program; Wreck Rap: Illuminated Treasure -- The Wanli Wreck by Carol Tedesco; Discovery of SS Gairsoppa confirmed; Find of another treasure wreck, SS Mantola, also confirmed; Travel News: Airlines’ cheap ticket offers to be investigated; Mixed messages over Egypt visa requirements; Number of visitors to Mabul to be limited


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Section II

Travel Section: Discover Nuweiba on the Red Sea with Charles Stirling who states, "Nuweiba is a natural oasis, it spreads over about 40km of gently sloping flood plane surrounded by the majestic Sinai mountains inland and the Gulf." Discover Taba on the Red Sea with Peter Symes who says, "The northern end of the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea is full of new opportunities and fresh dive sites."


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Section III

Equipment News: Smartfind beacon, Xeo, Hollis Ride, iQ, Tusa Voyager, Aeris light, Aqualung Axiom, rEvo CO2 monitor, HDS Pro-elite, Green Force HID50 LED; Profile: Jill Heinerth, cave diver and record holder, is interviewed by Bonnie McKenna; Have Rebreather, Will Travel by Jorge Antonio Mahauad; Marine Mammals: Increased fin whale sightings encourage scientists in England, Scientists concerned over inbreeding among orca pods, Whale washes ashore: Necropsy reveals gunshot, Whale sighting a first in the United Kingdom, U.S. Navy halts underwater explosives training after dolphin deaths, New dolphin species discovered in Australia

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Section IV

Charles Stirling takes on a tour of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands; Cephalopod News: Think fast - like a squid! by Naiha Balal Khiljee; Squid Behaving Badly; Andy Murch covers the Do's and Don't's of Responsible Shark Diving; Shark Tales: Dogfish shark chemical stops human viruses, Marshall Islands now a safe haven for sharks, Lush Shark Fin Soap, Spiny dogfish makes history as world’s first ‘sustainable’ shark fishery, The Fin Trail; Turtle Tales: Accidental sea turtle deaths drop by 90 percent in U.S. fisheries, ‘Heat-proof ’ eggs help marine turtles cope with hot beaches, Turtles and unexploded bombs, Ingestion of plastic and latex by sea turtles is studied, Almost half of the world’s threatened turtles are found in the northern Indian Ocean, U.S. adds loggerhead sea turtles to the endangered list


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Section V

From AquaCorps: Managing Narcosis by Barry Fowler, Ph.D. with illustrations by Andrew Bell of Creaturesinmyhead.com; The Insidious Threat of Hypoxic Blackout in Rebreather Diving by Simon Pridmore; Flash Photography Underwater by Lawson Wood; Photo & Video News: Nikon mirrorless “1 System”, Canon EOS 1D X, Subal housings for Panasonic GF2 and GF2 EVIL cameras, Watershot video lights, Amphibico new Genesis video housing; B17 Black Jack Wreck in Papua New Guinea by Don Silcock


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