The new practical diving: a complete manual for compressed air divers
The chapters on "psychological aspects of diving" and "stress" are a must for every divers reading list. The marine life section has the detail to satisfy a diver thirsting for more than a "sketch" on marine life. Tom and Ike have experience as diving officers for the University of Miami's Rosentstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, as commercial divers, and as staff members of a national certification association. They are dedicated divers who share their many years of experience, found within the pages of this text, with you. Price $19.95.
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