Tag Archives: Journal of Diving History

85. A review of Blue Mind plus Wet Notes News and Information Update



May 23, 2022 is World Turtle Day, now in its 22nd year. A day to “shellebrate” and take a “shelfie”. The second quarter Journal of Diving History is now available. As always, it is packed with some great information. Get yours delivered to your home by joining the Historical Diving Society, USA. If you are … Continue reading 85. A review of Blue Mind plus Wet Notes News and Information Update


78. Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive Takes Us to Season 1 for Female of the Species plus Wet Notes News and Information Update



The Dive Medical Screening Committee has updated the Diver Medical Questionnaire by taking out all references to Covid-19. Progress. The Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) has a virtual book club. The Into the Blue Book Club is a virtual club that meets quarterly to discuss different books and normally have the author participate. www.Reef.org/bookclub. Climate … Continue reading 78. Sea Hunt It’s Still Alive Takes Us to Season 1 for Female of the Species plus Wet Notes News and Information Update


57. Wet Notes updates the NOAA budget, a message in a bottle and more plus a look at Poseidon scuba equipment



In this installment of Wet Notes I cover the record proposed NOAA budget in 2022, a message in the bottle found in Grand Cayman, some news from Shearwater and more. Poseidon is a company founded by Ingvar Elfstrom in 1958. The company is based in Sweden. Poseidon was an early innovator of regulators with their … Continue reading 57. Wet Notes updates the NOAA budget, a message in a bottle and more plus a look at Poseidon scuba equipment