Publisher's synopsis: Rebreathers are the newest wave in diving equipment and are becoming more popular all the time. Rebreathers let you dive deeper and stay underwater longer. It is an exciting new technology and is described in this title in easy-to understand language. This book covers both semi-closed circuit and fully closed circuit systems, history of rebreathers, applications, hazards of rebreather diving, common elements, accessories and tips for purchasing. Over 150 color photos, drawings and tables make this book easy to follow.
"This volume provides an excellent review of the wide variety of problem areas currently of concern for deeper diving...his coverage is thorough and comprehensive, and provides necessary detailed information...especially in the realm of deeper diving. Therefore, I highly recommend this excellent book to all divers."--Peter B. Bennett, Ph.D., Exec. Dir, Divers Alert Network
Publisher's Synopsis: A unique guide to aid swimmers, surfers, sailors, fisherman, skindivers, and all others connected with the sea in avoiding injury from marine creatures. Covers the general description of most dangerous marine creatures, and gives the symptoms, first aid treatments, medical treatments and techniques to prevent injury, poisoning, venomous stings and infections. Also gives case reports on medical cases involving these creatures.
Life Support Systems Design, Nuckols, et al.; (July 1990)
Simon & Schuster Custom Publishing.
Supposedly in print, and available from Prentice Hall at (800) 374-1200 for $32.80. However, searching their catalog found nothing.
Same book is also supposedly available through Best Publishing: (520) 527-1055 for $57.00
For some reason not available through Amazon (yet).
If Carl Roessler can't tell which are the "Great Reefs of the World", who can?
The Fireside Diver : An Anthology of Underwater Adventure, by Bonnie J. Cardone (Editor) Contributors:
Dick Anderson, Bonnie Cardone, Ellis Cross, Richard Ellis, Rod Farb, Stephen Frink, Howard Hall, Eric Hanauer, Hillary
Hauser, Jack McKenney, Chris Newbert, Carl Roessler, Marty Snyderman, Bob Talbot and Stan Waterman.
If this bunch can't tell you a ripping yarn, who can?