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2014 Club Holiday Lights Tour

Dec
14

These are the places we visited on the Greater Omaha SCUBA Clubs 2014 Holiday Lights Tour.

Nelsons Creek Drive, North West corner of 144th & Blondo.
Linden Estates, Between 132nd & 144th, Blondo and Dodge.
52nd & Wood River Drive, A few blocks south of Harrison
Lafeyette & Cedardale, Papillion (Single House)
8226 S 103rd St, (North Side, 82nd and Giles, LaVista)
8529 104th St, (South Side, 85th and Giles, LaVista)

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No more tanks?

Oct
06

An interesting article that may change the way we dive. New materials are being developed that absorb and release oxygen directly from water. That means you wouldn't need your scuba tank anymore. Just a small regulator with a tiny amount of this material. Think of the possibilities!

http://www.gizmag.com/crystalline-material-absorb-oxygen-denmark/34064/

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Cozumel Pictures & Trip Report

Aug
31

Click on the link for some amazing underwater photography and a trip report by Jim Lyle who is a regular contributor on the forum at www.scubadiving.com. This is why I love Cozumel!

http://diver.net/bbs/posts003/88872.shtml

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Divi Flamingo Beach Resort in Bonaire Will Undergo Multi-Million Dollar Upgrade

Aug
15

The Greater Omaha SCUBA Club may have to plan a return trip once the upgrade is done.

Divi Resorts recently announced that it would undertake a top-to-bottom refresh of its Bonaire property, Divi Flamingo Beach Resort.

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GO SCUBA Club Regency Lake Cleanup

Jul
14

Members of the Greater Omaha SCUBA club partnered with a couple local Girl Scout troops for a lake cleanup and received some press coverage.

http://www.omaha.com/news/metro/scouts-divers-pitch-in-to-rid-regency-la...

http://www.wowt.com/video?videoid=2884074

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Caribbean coral reefs 'could vanish in 20 years'

Jul
03

Data from more than 35,000 surveys suggests that habitats have declined by more than 50% since the 1970s.

The report's authors believe that over-fishing and disease is mainly to blame.

They say the trend could continue if nothing is done, but with protection the reefs could bounce back.

http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-28113331

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