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Every Dive Is a Decompression Dive

By January 5, 2013

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Have you ever been on a decompression dive? Perhaps you have not engaged in technical diving or participated in dives exceeding the recreational no-decompression limits, but if you dive at all, you have engaged in a dive involving decompression. Why? Because every dive involves some level of decompression, even if it does not require decompression stops. This may sound like mincing words, but changing the way that you look at recreational diving enforces safe diving guidelines and leads to more conservative dive practices. Read more

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