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Main features this month are:
GO WITH THE FLUO
These are night dives as you've never seen them before. It's a psychedelic disco, with neon lights. It's like being in James Cameron's movie Avatar. It's a night dive like no other, discovering a hidden world within the already elusive world of the reef at night.
It's fluo diving - using special torches and filters to reveal the fluorescence of corals and other critters on the reef at night. Steffen Beyer explains
A TALE OF TWO SEASONS
It's the size of Belgium, contains a fifth of the world's unfrozen fresh water and is a mile deep. Lake Baikal in Siberia is truly a monster and diving here is a challenge, whatever the season. Andrey Nekrasov not only tackles the giant lake in the warm summer months but also in the depths of the Siberian winter.
MOVIEMAKER: ROB STEWART
The award-winning film Sharkwater brought shark conservation to the big screen - and was seen by 125 million people. John Boyle meets Rob Stewart, the film's director, to talk sharks and his new movie.
TECHPROFILE - JEFF BOZANIC
From under Antarctica's ice, to some of the deepest caves in Mexico, Jeff Bozanic has explored it all. But his dives have always had a purpose: pushing his scientific knowledge and our understanding of these worlds. Joe Cocozza meets the tech diving scientist.
THAT'S NOT ALL...
Review of the new Blackfish film and Monty Hall's Land Rover in DIVE Briefing, DIVE's Neil Hope puts the latest kit to the test, try your luck at our competition to win a new HD camera and much more in the latest FREE issue of DIVE magazine. As always, please help us stay free by sharing DIVE with your dive buddies using the links at the end of this email.