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Dive New Zealand / Dive Pacific February - March 2009 issue #110


Military Divers - The course instructors were like no other I'd met. They clearly enjoyed the job of weeding those who were on the course for the money from those who wanted to be an army diver.

Indonesia - Facing up to its environmental challenges.

Lake Waikaremoana - It wasn't a lake at all 2000 years ago, just a series of ancient valleys. It now hides an amazing petrified forest.

Queensland's Coral Warship - Three years ago, off Queensland's Sunshine Coast, the HMAS Brisbane blew up and sank.

Lift Off - Thanks to my trusty lift bag, divers can appreciate seeing this wonderful aircraft wreck complete again.

Rediscovering the Rangitoto - We were keen to see what the sea had revealed on the ever changing wreck.

Cold Water Rules - Is tropical diving significantlybetter than the temperate water diving in New Zealand?

The Day I Rode a Manta Ray - At about three metres wide, the pelagic was a spectacular, almost eerie sight. It was an ecologically incorrect thing I'll never do again.

Mum! I'm Going to be Famous! - What great words for any mother to hear. For me, maybe more than most.

Nitrogen Narcosis - It has long been a mark of a diver's prowess as to his/her tolerance to its effects.

From Idea to Finished Product - Mares.

Do the Crays Glow Green at Night? - Nuclear free?

Care and Maintenance - Wetsuits, Drysuits and Wooly Jumpers.

Coleman's Critters - Crabs

Plus regular sections on:
New Releases, Fishing with Bruce Duncan, Spearfishing, Digital Imaging, Shades of Colour Photographic Competition, Diving the Web ...

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