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Scuba Shack Radio Episode 2 – 3-30-19



In this episode we discuss car tires and micro-pollution, the Aqualung Reveal mask and diving in Key Largo.

According to the National Resource Defense Council as we drive we leave tiny flecks of tire behind. These little flecks are like microplastics that make it to our water ways. Unlike micro-beads this problem is much harder to address. Awareness is important and more studies need to be done. Here is a link to the article. https://www.nrdc.org/onearth/tires-emerging-threat-our-waterways-our-seafood-and-ourselves

Fit and comfort are the most important features of a dive mask. We like the Aqualung Reveal mask for its fit and comfort. You can check out the features and see all the color combinations by following this link. http://www.aqualung.com/us/scuba-diving-gear/reveal

If you are thinking about a quick getaway for some diving in the U.S., you should consider Key Largo.   https://fla-keys.com/key-largo/a-dive-wonderland/

 


Scuba Shack Radio – Episode 1 – 3-17-19



Welcome to the first episode of Scuba Shack Radio – a bi-weekly podcast in support of our mission of empowering individuals to venture underwater and to advocate for ocean health and sustainability.

In this episode we discuss dive computers, growing coral in Bonaire, Beneath the Sea in New Jersey, and some discussion on ocean conservation.