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Dive Australia-A Handbook for Scuba Divers (5th Edition) by Peter Stone (2012)

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Australia leads the world in recreational dive facilities, training and safety standards - and superb dive sites. Although we have always had a close affinity with the sea, on-going education and awareness of the marine environment needs to be encouraged.

There is no better way to appreciate the ocean and its wondrous creatures than by snorkelling and scuba diving.

This fifth edition of the acclaimed Dive Australia, greatly expanded since its first edition in 1982, aims to inform and educate the novice and experienced recreational scuba diver and snorkeller so that the reader may enjoy the marine environment to its fullest.

More than two hundred divers have contributed significantly to the book. It is very much a personalised effort, including the author's own experiences, observations, and comment.

It is an invaluable guide for all divers and snorkellers, of all ages, of all levels of experience. The predominant aim is to inform - the author does not hesitate to direct the reader to other important and perhaps more informative references, be they in print or on the Internet: websites are listed throughout, together with a comprehensive reading list.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0278030
Weight (g)2300 g
AuthorPeter Stone
PublisherOceans Enterprises
Edition5th Edition
Edition DateJan-12
Pages1010
Size190 x 250 x 50mm
FormatHardcover
ISBN9780958665797
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Australia leads the world in recreational dive facilities, training and safety standards - and superb dive sites. Although we have always had a close affinity with the sea, on-going education and awareness of the marine environment needs to be encouraged.

There is no better way to appreciate the ocean and its wondrous creatures than by snorkelling and scuba diving.

This fifth edition of the acclaimed Dive Australia, greatly expanded since its first edition in 1982, aims to inform and educate the novice and experienced recreational scuba diver and snorkeller so that the reader may enjoy the marine environment to its fullest.

More than two hundred divers have contributed significantly to the book. It is very much a personalised effort, including the author's own experiences, observations, and comment.

It is an invaluable guide for all divers and snorkellers, of all ages, of all levels of experience. The predominant aim is to inform - the author does not hesitate to direct the reader to other important and perhaps more informative references, be they in print or on the Internet: websites are listed throughout, together with a comprehensive reading list.

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