Sport scuba diving in depth: an introduction to basic scuba instruction and beyond

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Princeton Book Co., 1991 - Health & Fitness - 342 pages
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A guide to the theory and practice of scuba diving, covering such topics as equipment, basic skills, the diving environment, underwater physics, dive planning, safety measures, and more

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Contents

Equipment and Basic Skills
7
Underwater Physics
67
Physiological Aspects of Diving
81
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Tom Griffiths, Ed.D., is the director of aquatics and the safety officer for the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics at Penn State University. He has served as a swimming pool and safety consultant for more than twenty years, and currently oversees five large pools and a fitness center and teaches a certified pool operator's course worldwide. The author of "Sport Scuba Diving, In-Depth," and "The Complete Swimming Pool Reference," he lives in State College, Pennsylvania, with his wife and two daughters.

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