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Tag: technical diving

the bed & breakfast, or the bivy

Underwater living… it’s perhaps the start of the lineage of work that many of us have embarked upon, and still…

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When the surface is not an option…

What an emotionally exhausting week for all in the dive community, as we, with the rest of the world, awaited…

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tech tips: think subject illumination, rather than ‘lighting’

As recently as two days ago I was mucking about at the bottom of Narragansett Bay to identify and recover…

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tech tips: offboard diluent gas addition for rebreathers

With a growing population of rebreather divers, subsystem level components are in need of being standardized to enable cross-unit compatibility…

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New Paper | A Paradigm Shift for Human Exploration

Very pleased to share a newly published paper in the Marine Technology Society Journal (Vol. 50, Issue 1), entitles, “A…

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Trapped Under the Sea | a review

With my recent travel schedules I’ve managed to do some much needed catch up  on my reading list, and just…

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training days

Training and proficiency are almost certainly the two most important things to undertake in preparing for underwater activities. When not…

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from tektite to ‘tek-lite’

It’s all too easy to get ‘stuck’ in the day to day grind and lose sight of the bigger picture…

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unused real estate for tek – butt packs & plates

As I’m gearing up for a forthcoming scientific expedition, among the first things I grabbed – an essential part of…

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Making Headlines | Nat Geo Explorers Symposium

Lombardi invited to speak at National Geographic Society’s 2013 Explorers Symposium. His forward presentation of the unique path to make…

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