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Dive New Zealand / Dive Pacific magazine August/September 2010 issue #119

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Lake Rotoma, New Zealand. Rotorua’s Lakes. Be careful where you stick your hands as the freshwater crayfish (koura) are small and fiesty!

A Taste of d’Urville, New Zealand  Hunting/gathering, photography, wrecks or just a great day out, d’Urville in Marlborough Sounds is the ticket.

In Search of Antarctic Shipwrecks. Emory Kristof’s planned Antarctic Shackleton project.

Samoa: Treasured Islands of the Pacific. Lots of fish, a variety of nudibranchs, families of clown fish the wreck was adorned with corals.

Island Life: Papua New Guinea. I particularly wanted to dive two aircraft wrecks and a few of my old reef favourites.

Colour Me Beautiful. Fish make full use of the colour spectrum for avoidance or attraction, using patterns or plain, brilliance or dullness, iridescence or monochromes and transparency or vividness.

Beyond Toad Hall, Cave Diving, Australia. No one has reached this far and what these men share in common is that they have introduced rebreather technology to Cocklebiddy.

Beauty in the Beast: Great White Shark. How do you beat running your hand down the belly of a five metre great white as it surges past you, jaws agape?
The Underwater Fakawe Tribe: Navigation

Regular Sections:
Diving Medicine: Presbyopic Correction for Divers 
Breath-Hold Diving
Why Divers Die
Incident Insights
NZU Photographic Results
Digital Imaging: Files for the Web
Shades of Colour
Ask the Expert Darren Shields – what speargun is right for me?



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