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GETTING STARTED
The Underwater World
Try It First
Training Agencies
[Some Equivalent Diving Grades]
The marine environment

THE SCIENCE OF DIVING
Buoyancy
Air
The Gas Laws
[Composition of Seawater]
- The Constant-Volume Law
- Charles’ Law
- Dalton’s Law
- Enriched Air Nitrox and Dalton’s Law
- Henry’s Law
Other Factors That Affect Diving
- The Transfer of Heat in Water
- Humidity
- The Transfer of Light in Water
[Personal Vision]
- Magnifying Glasses for Use Underwater
- Visibility
- The Transfer of Sound in Water
Systems of Measurement

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF DIVING
The Cardiovascular System
Diving and the Body
- Hypercapnia
- Hypocapnia
- Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning
- Nitrogen Narcosis
Decompression Sickness (DCS) and Decompression Illness
- Epidermal or Cutaneous DCS (Skin Bends)
- Muscular, Joint and Limb Pain DCS
- Neurological DCS
Treatment of Decompression Illness
Response to Pressure Changes in Body Air Spaces
- The Ears
- Swimmer’s Ear
- The Lungs
- The Sinuses
- The Teeth
- Gastrointestinal Barotrauma
- The Facial Area behind the Mask
- Overexertion
Hyperthermia
Hypothermia
Near-Drowning
Cramps

EQUIPMENT
Face masks
- A Good Mask Offers the Following Features:
Snorkels
Fins
Weight Belts, Integrated Weight Systems and Weights
- How Much Weight?
Buoyancy Compensator Devices
- BCDs with Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Cartridges
- BCD Colour
Exposure Suits
- Lightweight Body Skins, Lycra, Spandex, Thermoplastic
- Wet and Semidry Suits
- Semidry Suits
[Mould and Bacterial Growth on Wet or Semidry Suits]
- Accessories for Wet or Semidry Suits Include
- Storage of Wet and Semidry Suits
- Dry Suits
[Allergy to Neoprene]
- Dry Suit Valves
[Urinating When Wearing Dry Suits]
- Dry Suit Seals
- Donning Dry Suits
[Dry Suit Wrist and Neck Seals]
- Dry Suit Undergarments
- Storage of Dry Suits
The Main Scuba Cylinder
[Argon]
- Care Of Scuba Cylinders
- For Diver Safety (and That of Whoever Fills Them) Scuba Cylinders Should
- Water Can Enter the Cylinder Due To
- Scuba Cylinder Accessories
- Transporting Scuba Cylinders
- Scuba Cylinder Valves
Regulators (Demand Valves)
- First Stages
- Second Stages
- Alternate Air (Or Other Breathing Gas) Sources
- Regulator Accessories
- Regulator Maintenance
Instrumentation and Accessories
- Submersible Pressure Gauges (Contents Gauges) and Consoles
- Depth Gauges
- Underwater Watches and Timers
- Diving Computers
- Diving Compasses
Cutting Instruments, Knives and Shears
Underwater Lights and Batteries
Attention-Gaining Devices
- Heliographs
- Power Whistles (Horns)
- Plngers, Bangers, Knockers and Rattles
Jon Line (General Utility and Buddy Line)
- Line Reels
- Dive Slates
Electronic Shark Repellent
Dive Flags
Diving Compressors
Enriched Air Nitrox and DNAx
Equipment Care

BASIC TRAINING
Which Training Agency?
Basic Scuba Equipment
Filling the BCD Emergency Cylinder
Fitting the BCD and Regulator to the Scuba Cylinder
[Achieving Faceup Flotation]
Pool Training
- Clearing the Second-Stage Mouthpiece
- Clearing the Mask
[Misting Face Masks]
- Sharing the Air (Buddy Breathing)
Hand Signals
Training in Deeper Water
[Duck Dive]
Mobility and Buoyancy
[How to Wear Weights]
- Remove and Replace BCD, Scuba Cylinder and Regulator
Ditch and Retrieve
The Buddy System
Preparing for Open Water Diving
Underwater Navigation
[Dive Patterns]

PLANNING
Plan the Dive and Dive the Plan
Dive Planners and Decompression Tables
Sawtooth Diving
Repetitive Dives
Decompression Dives
Finishing a Dive
Reduced Gradient Bubble Model theory
Altitude and Flying after Diving
Diving Computers
- Hints for Computer Assisted Diving
Understanding the Sea and Dive Planning
- Weather
- Tides
- The Sea State
- Wave Terms
- Currents
Charts and Pilots
- Meridians of longitude
- Parallels of Latitude
Navigation on the Surface
Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

TYPES OF DIVING
Temperate versus tropical waters
Shore diving
- Diving from a Beach
- Diving from Awkward Rocks
- Entry from a Jetty
Boat diving
- Entry From An Inflatable Or Other Small Boat
- Day-Boat Diving
- Diving From a Live-Aboard Boat
- Silent Entry
- Diving From a Kayak
Reef Diving, Drop-Offs and Walls
Muck Diving
Drift Diving
Diving In Strong Currents with Reef Hooks
Night Diving
Deep Diving On Normal Air
[Restrictions On Diving On Maritime War Graves]
Diving In Enclosed Overhead Environments
- Wreck Diving
- Cavern and Cave Diving
- Diving Under Ice
Freshwater Diving

EXTENDED RANGE (Technical Diving)
Enriched Air Nitrox
Breathing Gases for Deep Diving
Heliox and Trimix
Rebreathers
- The Advantages of Using a Rebreather Include
- Disadvantages

DIVING WITH A PURPOSE
Marine Biology
Archaeological Diving
Underwater Still Photography
[Semiprofessional Diving]
- Waterproof Housings
- Lighting, Filters and Flashguns
- Diver and Wreck Photography
- Night Photography
- Photographing Fish
- Digital Cameras and Their Use Underwater
[Tips]
- Flash with Digital Cameras
Underwater Videography

SAFETY AND FIRST AID
Basic Rescue Techniques
Rough-And-Ready Non-Specialist Tests for Decompression Illness (DCI)
[Buddy Checks]
Condensed First-Aid Kit
Oxygen Administration

DANGEROUS UNDERWATER ORGANISMS AND POLLUTANTS
Sun
Insects
Swimmer's Ear
Harbours
Fish That Bite
- Sharks
- Barracuda
- Moray Eels
- Triggerfish
Venomous Sea Creatures
- Blue-Ringed Octopuses
- Stonefish/Scorpionfish (Includes Lionfish and Turkeyfish)
- Sting Rays
- Cone Shells
- Sea Snakes
- Sea Urchins
- Crown-Of-Thorns Starfish
- Stinging Hydroids
- Bristle (Fire) Worms
- Fire Coral
- Jellyfish
-- Box Jellyfish Also Known As Stinger or Sea Wasp (Chironex Fleckeri)
-- Irukandji Jellyfish (Carukia Barnesi)
- Other Marine Organisms with Toxins
Electric (torpedo) rays
Poisonous To Eat
- Ciguatera
- Scombroid Poisoning
- Pufferfish (Fugu) Poisoning
Fish Poisoning In General
Fish That Cut
- Surgeonfish
- Needlefish
Diving In Freshwater

TRAVELING TO DIVE
Before You Depart
[Traveling Diver’s Checklist]
Spares kit
Traveling diver's medics

TRAINING AGENCIES
- Some of the Better-Known Dive Training Agencies
-- ANDI
-- BSAC
-- CMAS
-- HSA
-- IAHD
-- IANTD
-- IDEA
-- IUC
-- NASDS
-- NAUI
-- PADI
-- PDIC
-- SAA
-- SDI
-- SSAC
-- SSI
-- TDI
-- YMCA SCUBA
- Other Important Agencies
-- DAN
-- NOAA

GLOSSARY

INDEX
Photographic Acknowledgements




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