The author, Alan Mountain, has been diving for over 30 years in numerous parts of the world and is a recognised conservationist.
This book covers all the basic elements of sport diving. Clearly and succinctly laid out, and thoughtfully utilising attractive illustrations, the reader is guided through the technicalities of diving, including basic principles using air and nitrox and divers’ sign language. In fact it contains a raft of authoritative and practical information. The Diver?s Handbook covers everything from the equipment to buy and the training courses to attend to basic health and safety. Options such as underwater photography, wreck diving and ice diving are covered and the marine environment is examined in detail. It even includes a historical overview of diving.
205 x 277 mms