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Link to Pacific Northwest Wreck Dives
NWKatShark - 12/23/2007 9:46 PM
Seattle Aquarium DOME Diver Training Seattle Aquarium DOME Diver Training
NWKatShark - 12/16/2007 8:27 PM
Training in the DOME has been a very educational experience. Initially, I was concerned about the larger fish when we`re feeding them. My biggest surprise was that the Salmon are the most aggressive, coming at me full bore in a feeding frenzy. Learning that a 2nd Diver has to distract them on the opposite side of the tank while I feed the other fish. Looking foreward to continuing dives and education in the DOME and on to the WOWW (Windows on Washington Waters) Tank....
Underwater Hand and Light Signals
NWKatShark - 11/23/2007 8:14 PM
This site is EXCELLANT for: Demand Signals Basic Signals Counting Numbers Surface Signals Light Signals
Calculating Best Nitrox Mix w/PP02
NWKatShark - 11/04/2007 9:35 PM
Calculating Your Equivelant Air Depth (EAD)
NWKatShark - 11/04/2007 9:33 PM
Calculate your Maximum Operating Depth (MOD)
NWKatShark - 11/04/2007 9:29 PM
Bonifide Aquarium Diver, Finally! Bonifide Aquarium Diver, Finally!
NWKatShark - 10/08/2007 12:07 AM
Took my first tank dive 10/06/07. Absolutely cool. It`s rainy and cold in Seattle. I suit up and drop into a 25,000 gallon (smallest of 3 tanks) 72 degree tank with Sharks, Morays, Puffers and a variety of tropical fish. Wow. Just Wow! I mean Wooooooooooooow! The sharks don`t seem to care, one of the Morays swam through between my legs and the Puffers just keep cruising by, checking me out every turn. I didn`t want to get out but I`m only packing a 50. First task is to rescue a distressed fish t...
Squeeky clean shark repellant Squeeky clean shark repellant
NWKatShark - 8/12/2007 2:40 PM
After many years of research into various compounds formulated to repel sharks, researchers have discovered a very simple compound to make pesky sharks think twice. Tucked away in your household cupboard is the ultimate "bad shark - go dinner here" fix known as Liquid Ivory Soap. It seems that when sharks get a whiff of this stuff, they decide to go away, fast. Researchers have discovered that the componants are Sodium and Lithium Lauryl Sulfate. Researchers also warn that this compound mixture ...