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Diving in Tomsk

See… Few of the Tomsk diving!

Tomsk, there are three diving club Naiad (TUCSR) Afalina (Polytech), Skate (TSU)!
Sports – Technical Scuba Divers Club TUSUR “Naiad” was organized in 2010. During his time there the club were trained diving more than 800 students and staff TUSUR.  Some of them have tied their fate to the sea, choosing a profession from http://eworkingwomen.com or diving while working on a degree obtained in TUSUR in organizations connected with the sea. Read the rest of this entry »

The heated glass in cold water sweat.

Ilja V. Dubrovsky of Internet Dive Club (IDC) said a number of shortcomings when wearing a mask on his forehead. Shifted mask on his forehead sweat from his forehead and creates this very forehead not weak greenhouse effect (especially during the wait, sometimes longer), from which the newcomers are not aware of this fast tire … – However, this is true for wearing masks at the back – napekaet brains.
Second, the mask on his forehead sweat from his forehead and evaporative loses its purity, so that then the sweat and the water. – This is also true for the mask, which is heated at the back. The heated glass in cold water sweat. It is treated easily, but for a beginner can provide an additional complication.
The third mask on his forehead back a student into position quickly and easily (this is true, and it is logical) and it is very rare for Read the rest of this entry »

“P” Factors in Diving

Terminologies for “P”

Pacemaker
Electronis device that sends signals to the heart causing a rhythm change.

PADI
Professional Association of Diving Instructors.

Partial Pressure
Pressure exerted by a single component of a gas within a gas mixture or dissolved in a liquid.

Partial Pressure, Carbon Dioxide (PCO2)
Pressure exerted by carbon dioxide in any mixture of gases or dissolved in a liquid.

Partial Pressure, Nitrogen (PN2)
Pressure exerted by nitrogen component in any Read the rest of this entry »

Terminologies for “O”

“O” Factors in Diving:

OEA
Oxygen enriched air; nitrox.

Octopus
An extra second stage regulator used by your diving buddy in an out of air emergency.

Oil-filled Depth Gauge
These are the most widely used depth measuring devices. They are Read the rest of this entry »

Terminologies for “N”

“N” Factors in Diving:

Narced
Nitrogen narcosis; being under the influence of nitrogen while diving.

Narcosis
Depressed mental state, anywhere from confusion or drowsiness to coma.

Nasal Congestion
Swollen, blood-filled linings of the nose and sinuses, often due to Read the rest of this entry »

Man and the Sea


Description Directed by Andrei Alexandrov, Stepan Kocharian.

Written by: Leonid Dobriden, Andrei Alexandrov.

Man and the Sea

Diving, 2008, Russia

In recent years, with the increasing popularity of diving, a lot of people rushed into the water. We will try to tell about how people affect the underwater world and the consequences that result, this meeting. In comparison, the problem will be considered on the southern and the northern seas, where most notably the presence of man.

The healing water containing nitrogen, silicon, sulfur, sodium, chlorine and other mineral elements.


In the province of Baria Vung Tau, is a health tourism center Bintyau. Hot mineral water makes its way to the surface in many places (more than 70 outputs) with a depth of 3-5 thousand meters. It spreads across a width of about a mile, forming a network of streams. The water temperature in these natural baths do not drop below 37 degrees. And in Read the rest of this entry »

“J” Factors in Diving (Terminology)

“J” Factors:

J-Valve
A J-Valve contains a spring-loaded that, if activated, will shut off a diver’s air supply when the diver reaches a certain tank pressure – usually 300 psi / 20 bar.

 

 

Trip to Dragon


“Fortress descending dragon” (which translates to Hanoi – the main city in the country) these days is celebrating its millennium. The capital of Vietnam admired for its ancient temples and pagodas, elegant colonial villas, narrow streets and wide boulevards. Worth a visit Hanoi Cathedral, Thong Nat Park, Sword Lake and the Read the rest of this entry »

Layang Layang, – a small Island in the South China Sea

Layang Layang-(Layang Layang)

Layang Layang, – a small Island in the South China Sea, consisting of 12 connected reefs. Located about 300 km from Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah in Borneo. At one time, right on the island said China, Vietnam, Philippines, and Malaysia to protect him, has built a naval base here. Before the construction of the base lived here only a bird. Now, when the resort was built and the base, of course, live here a Read the rest of this entry »