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Asian Diver Magazine

By Divers, For Divers

With articles drawn from the world’s best underwater journalists, photographers and academics specialising in the vast region of Asia, Asian Diver magazine was created for the serious diver who understands the challenging lure of the deep blue. Twenty years on, Asian Diver has become a brand recognised internationally for its penetrating and unique insights into the world’s richest dive regions. Featuring content that helps boost the industry, the magazine promotes continuing education and increases knowledge and awareness of the sport. Aimed at industry leaders that include dive agencies, equipment manufacturers, dive operators and especially those working on the ground – our intrepid instructors and dive leaders – the magazine strives to create a community committed to preserving and developing this well-loved sport the world over.

 

Announcement

Dear Readers,

In 2015, the new and improved Asian Diver will offer 4 issues (quarterly).

ISSUE 1/2015 - January 
ISSUE 2/2015 - April
ISSUE 3/2015 - July 
ISSUE 4/2015 - October 

For all active subscription, subscribers will receive the same number of
issues according to payment made.

Asian Diver Magazine
By Divers, For Divers
With articles drawn from the world's best underwater journalists, photographers and academics specialising in the vast region of Asia, Asian Diver magazine was created for the serious diver who understands the challenging lure of the deep blue. 

Twenty-two years on, Asian Diver has become a brand recognised internationally for its penetrating and unique insights into the world's richest dive regions. Featuring content that helps boost the industry, the magazine promotes continuing education and increases knowledge and awareness of the sport. 

Aimed at industry leaders that include dive agencies, equipment manufacturers, dive operators and especially those working on the ground - our intrepid instructors and dive leaders - the magazine strives to create a community committed to preserving and developing this well-loved sport the world over.

Thank you for your support.

For all subscription enquiries, please write in to subasiangeocom 
To subscribe, please download the form for the 2015 NEW pricing.

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May 2015

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FUN FACT FRIDAY === Dolphins use echolocation to find food and navigate – a na...

by Asian Diver

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Dolphins use echolocation to find food and navigate – a natural version of radar.

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Spinner dolphins surface off the waters of Guam to catch a breath: The spinner dolphin (Stenella longirostris) is a small dolphin found in offshore tropical waters around the world, considered Data Deficient on the IUCN Red List.
Photo credit: Tim Rock

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Issue 2/2015 No 137

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May 2015

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FUN FACT FRIDAY === Dolphins have acute eyesight both in and out of water. The...

by Asian Diver

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Dolphins have acute eyesight both in and out of water. They hear frequencies 10 times the upper limit of adult humans.

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Mediterranea Sea, Nizza: The striped dolphin (Stenella coeruleoalba) is an extensively studied dolphin found in temperate and tropical waters of all the world's oceans, fortunately considered Least Concern on the IUCN Red List.
Photo credit: Greg Lecoeur

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Issue 2/2015 No 137

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May 2015

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FUN FACT FRIDAY === Dolphins have several highly developed forms of communicat...

by Asian Diver

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Dolphins have several highly developed forms of communication – a “signature whistle” that allows other individuals to recognise them.

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Dusky dolphins, Lagenorhynchus obscurus off Kaikoura, New Zeakand: The dusky dolphin prefers cool currents and inshore waters, but can also be found offshore. Their status on the IUCN Red List is Data Deficient.
Photo credit: Tobias Friedrich

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Get your copy of Asian Diver now!

Issue 2/2015 No 137

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#dolphins #asian #diver #AsianDiver #best #onlydivemagazineyouneed