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- Dive 88 – Night Dive
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- Product Review – Sea-Doo Explorer X
- Finally – For the Diver Who Has Everything
- Adapt . . . Improvise . . . Overcome
- Dive 84
Dr. Anderson holds doctorates in both Cardiovascular Biology and Microbiology. He is a Wilderness Paramedic (WEMT-P), Diving Medical Technician (DMT), Basic Life Support Instructor/Trainer, Advanced First Aid & Wilderness Emergency Care Instructor/Trainer, and PADI Master SCUBA Diver from Honolulu, Hawaii.
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