A New Scholarship For Diver to Undertake GUE Training

GUE is now taking applications for its 2019 NEXTGEN scholarship aimed at 21 to 30-year old divers with at least an advanced open water certification. The Scholarship...

July 2, 2019

How to Choose Your Dive Training

By Rich Walker How should you pick a diving instructor? Taking a scuba class is NOT the same as buying a loaf of bread! Though both items involve bubbles. British...

July 2, 2019


The Variable Gradient Model: An Approach To Create More Efficient Decompressions Using Gradient Factors

by Kevin Gurr Header Image: by K. Davidson for Halcyon. British tech pioneer and inventor Kevin Gurr has been building dive computers since the early 1990s,...

July 2, 2019

What Was Life Like on the Mars? Cold Water Forensics with Explorer Richard Lundgren

by Micheal Menduno Header Image: Kirill Egorov This summer Richard Lundgren and his select team of the Mars veterans, aka Martians will return to the source...

July 2, 2019


A New Look at In-Water Recompression (IWR)

by Reilly Fogarty Header Image: Photo courtesy of DAN. What is your best option if you or a team-mate get bent at a remote diving location, that is more...

July 2, 2019

Uncovering the Link Between PFO and Inner Ear DCS

What is the causal relationship between a patent foramen ovale (PFO) and increased inner-ear decompression sickness? Diver Alert Network’s geeky risk mitigator...

May 29, 2019



 

 

My Journey Into Sidemount Rebreathers

With a growing number of users making the transition, sidemount rebreathers are the “New New Thing”...

April 23, 2019

Exploring Norway: Litjåga Cave

Swim the remarkably beautiful and cold water cave Litjåga near Plura, Norway compliments of Mikkel...

March 21, 2019

Incident Report: Lost in a Cave

How could four experienced divers get lost in a cave? Human nature got in the way. Human factors pundit...

March 21, 2019


 

The Variable Gradient Model: An Approach To Create More Efficient Decompressions Using Gradient Factors

by Kevin Gurr Header Image: by K. Davidson for Halcyon. British tech pioneer and inventor Kevin...

July 2, 2019

What Was Life Like on the Mars? Cold Water Forensics with Explorer Richard Lundgren

by Micheal Menduno Header Image: Kirill Egorov This summer Richard Lundgren and his select team...

July 2, 2019

Sizing Up The China Diving Market

Ask any training agency executive about the growth of diving, and he or she will likely mention the phenomenal...

May 29, 2019


 

GUE Gets its Rec on

You Mean Wreck? No, R-e-c-r-e-a-t-i-o-n-a-l By Dorota Czerny GUE is mainly known for its technical...

January 17, 2019

Back Plate Configuration vs. Jacket-style Configuration

In our new, five-episode equipment series, GUE Instructor Dorota Czerny discusses the differences between...

December 27, 2018

Red Sea Liveaboard-Behind the Scenes

Each year a group of divers heads to the Red Sea for a week long dive trip and photo shoot for GUE and Halcyon...

December 14, 2018


 

Diving Tips and Tricks: Clipping Off Your Primary

Having trouble clipping off your primary without tangling in your cable or worse, blinding your team-mates?...

July 2, 2019

Diving Tips and Tricks: The Survey Compass and the Pencil Trick

British GUE tech and cave instructor John Kendall explains how to hang on to your pencil during those...

May 29, 2019

Diving Tips and Tricks: Long hose bolt snap location

GUE Instructor Trainer Guy Shockey tells you where to stick your bolt snap. Hey, it makes a difference. Where...

April 23, 2019


 
Diving Tips and Tricks: Clipping Off Your Primary

Having trouble clipping off your primary without tangling in your cable or worse, blinding your team-mates? Instructor Francesco Cameli offers some tips on how to clip...

July 2, 2019

Diving Tips and Tricks: The Survey Compass and the Pencil Trick

British GUE tech and cave instructor John Kendall explains how to hang on to your pencil during those long underwater survey dives. Are you planning on taking...

May 29, 2019


Ocean Explorers - Season 01

Ocean Explorers is a dedicated team of GUE divers committed to the discovery and conservation of our underwater cultural heritage. They do this by exploring the ocean...

May 29, 2019

GUE.tv: DIR 2004: The Basics of “Doing It Right”

Watch the digitized version of DIR 2004, along with two additional DVDs of videos, which provide an up close and personal view of the young GUE organization nearly...

April 23, 2019



 
Science and Technology

Adventures in Picture Making

by Kees Beemster Leverenz Photogrammetry is one of the new tools that is revolutionizing marine archaeology...

July 3, 2019

Diving Tips and Tricks: Clipping Off Your Primary

Having trouble clipping off your primary without tangling in your cable or worse, blinding your team-mates?...

July 2, 2019

A New Scholarship For Diver to Undertake GUE Training

GUE is now taking applications for its 2019 NEXTGEN scholarship aimed at 21 to 30-year old divers with...

July 2, 2019


 

Bringing Citizen Science To Lake Pupuke

GUE diver and aquatic eco-toxicologist Ebrahim Hussain applies some serious citizen science to get to the bottom...

May 29, 2019

The Data: Diving for Antibiotics

Marcus Rose and Emily Addington are giving new meaning to getting one’s fix from diving. The two are actively...

March 21, 2019

Announcement: Project Baseline to become its own organization

After a year of discussion on the best path forward for Project Baseline (PB), Global Underwater Explorers'...

March 19, 2019


 

Incident Report: Lost in a Cave

How could four experienced divers get lost in a cave? Human nature got in the way. Human factors pundit...

March 21, 2019

Incident Report: Denial Isn’t Just a River in Egypt

As counter-errorism expert Gareth Lock, principal of Human in The System, explains: the river of denial...

February 13, 2019

Incident Report: Knowing When To Thumb The Dive

By Gareth Lock “Success is a lousy teacher if you get it right the first time.” Conducting...

January 17, 2019


 

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