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Temperature varies from seasons and weather conditions. For example, in Spring, you’ll find a mix of warm weather and sometimes rain.
Visibility depends on weather, and what beach your at, because some have toxic waste, seaweed, or plankton.
Currents can change the conditions for your dive. You may get pulled out. You should also know what to do if you get caught in a current, because you can overexert yourself.
Bottom composition is basically what’s on the bottom. A bottom with a high amount of coral means you should stay away from the bottom so as not to affect the vegetation.
Aquatic life is basically fish, sharks, starfish and such.
Sunlight depends on the toxicity also. Toxicity can make your sight extremely limited. It also depends on weather conditions.
Part IIProblem Management
Preventing Problems To prevent problems you can… 1. Relax while you dive 2. Keep watch on your air supply 3. Diving within your limitations
Signaling Usually a diver will alert you if he has a problem such as being unable to breathe
There are many problems… That you can have while diving, such as running out of air. The best option if you’re out of air is to use your buddy’s emergency breathing tube.
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In … the weather is …. Sometimes it is …. In … the weather is …. Sometimes it is ….
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Currents are produced by forces acting upon the water. Surface ocean currents are formed by winds that cause the water to move in the direction that the.
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