Dive Slate Articles

The Restoration Revolution

By Matt Dozier

Gearing up for the largest coral restoration project ever in the Florida Keys
Studying Deep Reefs and Deep Divers

By Payal S. Razdan, MPH, EMT

Rediscovering History Preserved by the Sea

By Sabrina Belloni

An expedition uncovers aircraft lost in 1944.
DAN Member Profile: Deano Cook

By Michael Menduno

Giving Back

By Ingrid A. Carlson, M.D.

How diving led to saving children's eyesight
Deano Cook Bonus Photo Gallery

Kelp Paddies

By Richard Herrmann

Islands of life adrift in the open sea
Patent Foramen Ovale and Fitness to Dive

By Petar J. Denoble, M.D., D.Sc.

The DAN Board of Directors

By Brian Harper

Committed to safe diving
DAN Member Profile: Georgienne Bradley

By Terry Ward

Returning to Diving

By Connie Crowther

Getting back underwater after complex breast cancer surgery
Remembering the Andrea Doria

By Michael Menduno

Cashes Ledge

By Evan Kovacs

The Yellowstone of the North Atlantic
Shooting The Click Effect

By Sandy Smolan

DAN Member Profile: Bonnie Toth

By Maurine Shimlock

Thanks to Scuba, the World Really is My Oyster

By Cody Unser

Exploring the Heart of Bell Island

By Jill Heinerth


By Lad Akins

Managing the invasion
Elevating the Standard of Care

By Nicole Berland

DAN Member Profile: Stephanie Arne

By Wendy McDowell

Bell Island Photo Gallery

By Jill Heinerth

Sunscreen Pollution

By Craig Downs, Ph.D.

A serious and increasingly clear threat to coral
Twenty-Two Ancient Shipwrecks Found in Greece

By John Stella

Trinidad’s Leatherbacks

By Michael Patrick O’Neill

DAN Member Profile: John Thompson

By Tim Cothren

Back to Britannic

By Michael C. Barnette

At the Boundary of Creation

By Megan Cook

Overfishing Aids Sponges, Hurts Corals on Caribbean Reefs

By Joseph R. Pawlik, Ph.D.

DAN Member Profile: Michele Hall

By Hillary Viders, Ph.D.

Racing Extinction

By Stephen Frink

Director Louie Psihoyos takes on the biggest story of his career — and our lives.
Onward and Downward

By Matt Dozier

Ian Koblick's big idea to save marine archaeology
DAN Member Profile: Chuck Nicklin

By Allison Vitsky Sallmon

Year of the Military Diver

By Hillary Viders, Ph.D.

The Once and Future Promise of National Marine Sanctuaries

By Jason M. Patlis, president and CEO, National Marine Sanctuary Foundation

Nominations for new sanctuaries are now being accepted.
An Uncertain Future for Kemp’s Ridley Turtles

By Melissa Gaskill

Conservation Success in Indonesia

By Mark Erdmann, Ph.D.

Raja Ampat creates a true hope spot for sharks and rays.
Flying After Diving

By Petar Denoble, M.D., D.Sc.

Should the recommendations be reviewed?
DAN Member Profile: Ken Kamler, M.D.

By Jenna Wiley

Shark Identification Quiz

Test your shark identification IQ.
Do You Know DAN?

Test your knowledge
Raja Ampat Photo Gallery

Stephen Frink

Sweet Siren Smells of Coral and Seaweed

By Naomi Lubick

DAN Member Profile: Jon Landau

By Stephen Frink

Hidden in Plane Sight

By Dennis D. Burns, Esq., and Ruth Yu, M.D., Ph.D.

Crown-of-Thorns and Favorable Disturbance

By Ethan Daniels

Shark: An Icon on the Rise

By Austin Gallagher

Coral Restoration Expands Internationally

By Tim Grollimund

DAN Member Profile: Bob Talbot

By Michael Menduno

California’s New Parks under the Sea

By David Helvarg

A Journey of Education and Adventure

By Yoland Bosiger

My year as a Rolex Our World–Underwater scholar
SCUBAnauts: Rising to the Challenge

By Matt Dozier