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Posted on: October 15, 2014

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by Timur K

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Hanifaru Bay, in the Context of Marine Conservation

Continuing my analysis on the conservation of Manta Rays, in this article I will shift my focus a little bit onto the Maldives and why conservation of Mantas in the Maldives is a different ball game.


Posted on: February 17, 2014

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by Timur K

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The Economics of Conservation Part 2

A continuation of my thoughts on the impact diving has on local communities and environments.


Posted on: September 13, 2013

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by Timur K

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Channel Diving in the Maldives

Channel dives are very common in dive regions that are covered in Atolls. The Maldives is a perfect example of a destination where this challenging yet rewarding dive type occurs. This is an overview on what channel dives are and some best practices on diving them.


Posted on: May 27, 2013

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by Timur K

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My Best Dive Ever Was With A Snorkel

A story about the best 'diving' experience I've had, and why it's important to look around, even after the dive is over.