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AP Diving's Terry Fisher Retires

By Jeff Parker and Rosemary E Lunn

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DDRC Healthcare launches cancer survey

DDRC Healthcare is a medical treatment, training and research not-for-profit organisation, based in Plymouth UK.

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Diving Vacancy: SSI National Training Manager

SSI wishes to recruit a National Training Manager to manage all aspects of the SSI US and Canada Training Department.

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  • Self-starter
  • Leadership qualities
  • Has excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Organised
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The position is based in Boca Raton, Florida, however at least 40% of the job will require the ability to travel and this including weekends. Some International travel is also required.

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How to get a last minute visa?

Yes, most people do their homework before traveling to a foreign country, but mistakes happen. While getting a visa is not an insignificant detail and forgetting about it can cancel your whole trip, there are ways to get one last minute.

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Brazil : History in the Making

The island groups are biodiversity hotspots and their surrounding waters harbour many vulnerable and endangered species that have been severely depleted by industrial overfishing.

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BBC's spectacular 'single-use plastic' own goal

The BBC has just invested several million pounds and four years of filming Blue Planet II. Its key and primary message is to educate the world that our oceans are overwhelmed with plastic pollution. And the message is getting through.

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Three-quarters of northwest Atlantic fish have consumed microplastics

Recent research has found microplastics in nearly three-quarters of the mesopelagic fish caught in the northwest Atlantic.

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Changing diet of seabirds signals changes in marine ecosystem

Over the past 125 years, North Pacific seabirds have shifted their prey preferences, consuming more squid and less fish. This trend has become more accentuated since 1950 due to the advent of industrial fishing.

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C and R Testing 'Monitor'

We can all dream, can't we? Well, Brit engineering company C and R Testing has made this dream a reality by launching 'The Monitor'.

The Monitor was unveiled at DEMA 2017 and it does what it says on the tin.

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Skates lay eggs near black smokers to speed up growth

Some deep-sea skates lay their eggs in hydrothermal vents, prompting researchers to suggest in a recently published paper that they use the volcanic heat emitted at such locations to accelerate embryo development.

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'Quartz Travel' partners with Greenpeace on mass balloon release to promote plastic oceans!

This morning - a British newspaper - reported that a York-bas

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The Green Queen's Game of Plastic

A Palace spokesman confirmed that "across the organisation, the Royal Household is committed to reducing its environmental impact” hence these new waste plans are being outlined.

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'Pressure' - A different view of the D-Day Landings

The way our weather twists and turns can catch out even the most experienced meteorologist, as Michael Fish found out to his cost following his

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The Play

Operation Overlord, June 5th 1944. All the factors have been accounted for, apart from the weather. 350,000 lives depend on the most important forecast of the 20th century.

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Thursday 1 - Saturday 10 February 2018:

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2017 "average year" for unprovoked shark attacks

In 2017, there had been 88 reported unprovoked shark attacks worldwide.

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Orca taught to mimic human speech

A female orca named Wiki is thought to be the first of its kind to imitate human speech, mimicking words such as "hello" and "bye bye". The 16-year old female learned by copying a trainer at Marineland Aquarium in Antibes, France.

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Presence of fewer sharks causes fishes’ eyes and tails to shrink

After studying 611 fishes from different sites in Rowley Shoals and Scott Reefs in northwest Australia, scientists discovered that having fewer sharks around caused the fishes in the vicinity to develop smaller eyes and tails.

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