Complete Diving Manual
This manual, filled with valuable hints and clear explanations, covers all the theory from the science of diving to how diving affects the body. Every aspect of the equipment, from the basics to advanced diving using mixed gases, is described and divers are shown how to enjoy their sport with minimum impact on the environment.
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The science of diving
The physiology of diving
Types of diving
Safety and first
Travelling to dive
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