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Dive New Zealand / Dive Pacific June / July 2011 issue 124

Gold Dredging Submarine, Big Animals, Destinations, turtles, Tech and Wrecks. It's all here.


Remarkables Diving: It was this dive that totally changed the way I think about ice diving. I was hooked!
The Turtle That Holds Up the World: Preserving the beauty and diversity of the world.
SS Yongala: Dive to the past on this 1911 wreck.
New Caledonia: It was stunning to see such magnificent structures. Lifou certainly ticks all the boxes.
Forgotten Dives: PNGs door-step diving.
Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show Review.
Cultural Significance: Riwaka is a special place.
Global Underwater Explorer: a diving phenomenon!
Great Barrier Reef: Ribbon Reefs still impress with sensational photographic subjects.
Rules, Hints, Acronyms, Aphorisms: Imagine what sport would be without rules.
Big Animals: Amos Nachoum's photographic expose from his Big Animals expeditions.
Flippin Fun: Seal play at Motunau Island.
Gold Dredging Submarine: The Platypus was New Zealand's pioneer submarine boat.
Poor Knights: Big snapper encounter. Also how the Poor  Knights got their name.

Diving Medicine: Common Causes of Open Circuit Fatalities, Travel Insurance, Incident Insights
Digital Imaging: Photoshop CS5 – is it necessary?
 Shades of Colour: Photographic Competition
Spearfishing: Low Volume Masks
Fishing: The Humble Sprat
Virgin Oceanic's Submarine
Sea Snake Soup on Niue
Diving the Web

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