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Vol. 7, Number 2-   Spring 2006

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Water Resources, Sustainability, and the Public Trust
By T.R. Kincaid, Ph.D.

Rethinking Risk in Contemporary Technical Diving
By J. Grogan

Scientific Diving in Antarctica: The U.S. Program
By N.W. Pollock, Ph.D.

Ox Bel Ha Exploration Report: February 2006
By F. Devos & C. Le Maillot

The Role of Italian Motor Barges During World War II
By E. Romano & C. Provenzani




Equipment & Training: Applications of Mountaineering Basics Toward Moving Heavy Equipment (Part I)
A. van Rosmalen

Environment: Sea Stars of the Maldives and Sri Lanka
C. Routin

Ecology: Proximity and Animal Rights
D.E.W. Fenner, Ph.D.

Fitness & Physiology: Pilates and Today’s Diver
S. Tittle