Scuba Diving Basics (The Best Way to Get Your Feet Wet)

Scuba Diving Basics (The Best Way to Get Your Feet Wet)

by Jake Friesh
     
 

Scuba diving requires a lot more than just selecting good equipment. Basic physiology and physics, safety practices, venomous sea creatures are just a few of the essential that you should have in your scuba “quiver” to become skilled in the sport.

Anyone who “just wants to get down there” won't be stopped by anyone – except…  See more details below

Overview

Scuba diving requires a lot more than just selecting good equipment. Basic physiology and physics, safety practices, venomous sea creatures are just a few of the essential that you should have in your scuba “quiver” to become skilled in the sport.

Anyone who “just wants to get down there” won't be stopped by anyone – except the water. The sea will claim them quickly enough. Thinning the herd, I say. Dummies, who didn’t want to bother learning the basics before diving in, so to speak, get their reward.

Here are a few chapter titles:

Scuba Diving 101
Diving Instruction and Certification
Buoyancy
Equalizing Pressure
Decompression Sickness
Buoyancy Compensators
Breathing Equipment
Picking a Perfect Wetsuit
Your Face Mask
How to Choose Your Fins
The Dive Computer
Communication Gear for Divers
Hand Signals for Divers
Safety Tips for Safe Dives
Basic Snorkeling

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012927866
Publisher:
Best Book Publishing
Publication date:
02/03/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
706,379
File size:
211 KB

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