Поздравляем Александра Жижико и Виктора Симонова из Минска, они успешно прошли обучение пещерному дайвингу, курс IANTD Introductory Cave! 529 минут – время проведенное под водой плюс множество сухих прогонов, теоретических лекций и много новых навыков. Спасибо за усердие и огромное желание учится! Наслаждайтесь погружениями в пещеры!
Поздравляем Александра и Виктора из Минска успешно прошедших обучение пещерному дайвингу, курс IANTD Introductory Cave
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 26/03/2020
Поздравляем Игоря Бабичева, он успешно прошел обучение пещерному дайвингу, курс IANTD Introductory Cave
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 25/12/2019
обучение пещерному дайвингу
Great week of IANTD Introductory Cave training and two days fan diving for Nikola UA and Hanter Halk with Andrew Stanishevski.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 01/02/2019
photo by Tom St. Jorge
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Maria has successfully completed the IANTD Cavern Diver and Tec Sidemount Diver instructor courses under the guidance of IT Kelvin Davidson (DC Third Dimension, Tulum, Mexico). Four years of hard work on the road to a dream to become a training instructor in the overhead environment made her one of the best students. Congratulations to Maria and her teachers, as well as all the participants of the seminar with a successful pass and wish them the good students, safe and fun diving!
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 07/09/2017
In many coastal caves there is a fresh layer on top of a dense layer of salt water. One could expect mixing of salt and fresh water in a cave and the formation of a layer of water of medium salinity. Instead, imagine the relationship between salt and fresh water as an oil-water relationship – they never mix because of different densities.
In most cases, the so-called halocline is formed at the junction. The glycolin usually has clear boundaries (a few centimeters in width), but it can be more blurred and spread over several meters. Cave divers can see the boundary of the halocline because of the refraction of light due to the different density of water. It can look like a mirror surface, a false bottom or a surface of water, and when you touch the halocline begins to blur. The unique chemical composition of this layer of water is discussed in more detail in subsequent publications.
With the help of reconnaissance, accurate geodesy and cartography, cave divers have brought many new knowledge to the scientific community. Without this information, it would be much more difficult to model the flow regimes for better understanding them. Cave divers can help hydrological research by measuring the speed of water flow, and help to investigate the quality of groundwater, noting the color of water, temperature, depth of the halocline, and making water sampling.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 30/06/2017
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 15/06/2017
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