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technical diving subic bay philipines

Confessions of a Mortal Diver – Learning the Hard Way (Decompression Sickness, Treatment and Recovery) by Richard L. Pyle (deepreef@bishop.bishop.hawaii.org) ScubaTechPhilippines note:  I’ve posted this article as it represents a serious lesson and learning text for technical divers.  It was originally posted via a washington.edu website, but sadly that location hasn’t remained online. The true story, […]

technical diving subic bay philipines

An abridged version of this deep stops article was originally in DeepTech, 5:64; and the full version subsequently published in Cave Diving Group Newsletter, 121:2-5. The Importance of Deep Stops: Rethinking Ascent Patterns From Decompression Dives by Richard L. Pyle Before I begin, let’s make something perfectly clear: I am a fish-nerd (i.e., an ichthyologist). […]