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The NAUI Dive Team Report is a weekly podcast to inform the general public and divers on trends and issues affecting the sport. Topics covered in the report by host and NAUI Instructor Greg Martin will include dive safety, training, equipment and environmental awareness. Interviews with dive industry leaders and special guests.
 
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It is the mission of Gulf World Marine Institute Inc. (GWMI) to provide funding and operational assistance and services related to the rescue, rehabilitation and release back into their natural habitat of stranded marine mammals and sea turtles, as well as to facilitate scientific research and provide educational opportunities related to such work.…
 
It's a new year and it's time to check in with the NAUI training department to see what is new so this week podcast host, Greg Martin, checks in with NAUI Director of Training, Terence Tysall. Get the scoop on what's new!โดย NAUI: The Definition of Diving
 
During the 2017 Year In Review host Greg Martin takes us on a walk back through some of the highlights of this past years programs including looks at coral restoration, sharks and an underwater movie monster legend. If you have show ideas, please send them along to Greg, podcast@naui.org.
 
Neptune Warrior provides therapeutic scuba diving helps wounded veterans improve muscle strength, mobility, confidence, and psychological well-being. This week join host Greg Martin as he talks Neptune Warrior with founder, Rob Anderson. They discuss the program and how you can help support Neptune Warrior through tax deductible donations.…
 
The global numbers of sharks are dwindling dues to a number of problems. The PEW Charitable Trusts Global Shark Conservation is taking that concern to the world. Working with government leaders, scientists, fisheries experts, diplomats, and even survivors of shark attacks, Pew works to highlight the plight of sharks from overfishing and to urge cou…
 
On this episode of the NAUI Dive Team Report host Greg Martin is excited to have as his special guest actor, director, writer Ricou Browning. Browning has played an important part in bringing the underwater world to the masses through films like The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Thunderball, Flipper TV show and movies, Sea Hunt, 20,000 Leagues Un…
 
This week we go to outer space with a visit to the NASA Neutral Buoyancy Lab's interim Director of Dive Operations, Craig Shannon. Host Greg Martin gets to the bottom of things about how divers assist astronauts with their underwater training.
 
North Carolina's Rum Runner Dive Shop gets the spotlight this week as host Greg Martin talks about the business of a dive shop with manager Carolyn Wagner who also shares their partnership with Love a Sea Turtle. Join Greg for a lively discussion on keeping dive shos going.
 
NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries has launched a new Virtual Diving section on their website. It gives you the opportunity to see some of the santuaries in 360 degree virtual reality from the comfort of your home computer or smart phone. Join host Greg Martin for a fascinating conversation with Chiara Zuccarino-Crowe, the National Marine Sanctuari…
 
Once again this week host Greg Martin takes a look at one of the presentations that will happen at the DEMA Show. Tec Clark with be presenting on how to both Lead and Sell the Culture Change. It's important for the dive industry to change with the times and this presentation by Clark will help dive leaders have a better understanding on what change…
 
On this week's program host Greg Martin invites DUI's Dick Long to the show to talk about his recent NAUI Lifetime Achievement Award. Dick also talks about his ideas for the future of the dive industry, how artificial reefs can help sea life and what's new at DUI.
 
This week podcast host Greg Martin discusses freediving with Oregon Freediving Co.'s Dan Semrad II. They discuss why is freediving has become so popular and also talk about the seminars that Semrad will be giving at the DEMA show next month.
 
With DEMA just a month away, NAUI is getting ready for an ambitious slate of presentations including a couple by Dave Ochs. This weeks join host Greg Martin as he and Dave discuss what to expect from NAUI at this year's DEMA Show.
 
CSU Monterey Bay has a great dive program that takes student from basic to instructor and gives them a passion for working in our oceans. Join host Greg Martin on this week's NAUI Dive Team Report as he talks with the program's Diving Safety Officer, Frank Degnan.
 
On this week's report, host Greg Martin has a fascinating conversation with Yasmeen Smalley-Norman about her project to do 3-D photography of some of the worlds endangered coral species. Don't miss the article in NAUI Sources magazine and then follow up with the NAUI Dive Team Report!
 
NAUI Reps are the ambassadors that help this worldwide organization keep in touch with their members as well help to spread the importance of a NAUI education. This week host Greg Martin has a discussion with Jim Larsen, NAUI's Pacific Northwest rep about his history in diving and the importance of being a NAUI diver.…
 
On this week's podcast host Greg Martin talks to author/diver Jerry Shine about his new book called "A Year Underwater." It's a great look at twelve months of diving, fraternizing with marine life and answering the question, "What did you see down there!"
 
If you are planning to attend the DEMA show and join in some of the programs that NAUI is presenting, you'll want to check the NAUI website and see if you need to register in advance. NAUI's Communication Coordinator, Angie Cowan, talks with host Greg Martin about the program schedule and some of the important programs being offered this year. The …
 
If you've never had the opportunity to scuba dive in vintage gear from the 50's and 60's you should definitely give it a try. During a recent event at the History of Diving Museum in Florida divers were given just that chance and were assisted by a pair from NAUI Headquarter's. Terence Tysall and Jim Gunderson talk about their involvement with the …
 
Did you know there was an international beauty pageant with the intention of bringing light to ocean conservation? Join podcast host Greg Martin this week as he talks to Scuba Queen USA, Brittany Novicks about how she got involed in the pageant and what the pageant means to the contestants who all are at least certified divers!…
 
The recent death of NAUI's long-time Director of Training, Randy Shaw, has left a big hole in the dive industry. This week Greg, along with the help of some of the other people that knew and worked with Randy, pay a special tribute to him.
 
WIth the DEMA show only a few months away host Greg Martin talks with NAUI's Communcations Coordinator, Angie Cowan about what you can expect at this years' show. Join Angie and Greg as they hit some of the highlights at the annual Orlando show.
 
On this weeks podcast, host Greg Martin checks in with NAUI's Executive Director, Dallas Edmiston on some of the new and exciting things happening at NAUI and a brief peek at what's in-store for this year's DEMA Show.
 
Diving with a full face mask has a lot of benefits for divers. Now, Ocean Technology Systems has released a new full face mask that both very effective and quite affordable. Join podcast host, Greg Martin as he discusses the new OTS Full Spectrum Mask with OTS rep Andy Nelson. Who know's, you just might be in the market for a new mask after listeni…
 
Local dive shops fall under the small business banner and as such must continue to be creative when it comes to creating and keeping customers. Underwater Adventures in Baton Rouge, LA has been serving local divers for nearly 30 years and owner Mark Smith shares some tips with scuba shop owners. Join podcast host Greg Martin for this insightful int…
 
This week on the podcast we take a look at the Louisville Dive Center, a local dive shop and some of the ways you can help increase and retain your customer base. Join Greg as he discusses social media and word of mouth with new NAUI Midwest Region Manager, Chris Scott who has been a part of the Louisville Dive Center for years.…
 
The name Cousteau has been synonymous with the dive industry since the early days and that name continues as the grandson of scuba pioneer, Jacques Cousteau continues to advocate for the Earth's oceans. From coral reef and sea turtle to mangrove restoration projects, join host Greg Martin for an in-depth talk with Fabien Cousteau.…
 
The shark has long been considered the terror of the deep and has been hunted to almost extinction. One diminuitive diver has made shark education her mission. Join host Greg Martin this week as he has an eye-opening conversation with Hawaii's, Ocean Ramsey. You'll never look at sharks in the water the same way!…
 
Training is critical in scuba diving and it's important to have the best and latest training programs in place. NAUI Training is the featured topic of this week's podcast as host Greg Martin talks with the new NAUI Director of Training, Terrence Tysall.
 
The history of diving goes back some 4000 years and a lot of that rich history is captured and displayed at the History of Diving Museum in the Florida Keys. On this week's program, host Greg Martin talks with the museums' executive director, Lisa Mongelia about how the museum came about and what you can expect to see there. Join Greg & Lisa for a …
 
This week we chat with the owner/manager of the Long Beach Scuba Show that runs this weekend. The show is bigger and better than ever and includes the relaunch of the NAUI IQ. Mark and host Greg Martin talk about the history of the show and what to expect this year.
 
Every been crusing the bottom and come across an octopus and as you watched him you realized he was watching you with just as much intensity? What is going on in the mind of an octopus? We know they are intelligent but just how far does that go? Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea and the Deep Origins of Consciousness is a wonderful new book by autho…
 
The NAUI Green Diver Initiative is working with the Center for Open Exploration on the Gasp–Our Beads of Tampa Bay. What does that all mean? Check out this weeks podcast as host Greg Martin talks with NAUI's Angie Cowan as they discuss plastic beads and water clean up.
 
This week, host Greg Martin takes a few minutes and talks with Glen Egstrom, one of NAUI's Hall of Honor divers who talks about the early days of the dive industry and helping guide NAUI to what it is today. Join Greg and Glen for a look back!
 
This week host Greg Martin goes military with the Navy Experimental Diving Unit. Greg has a conversation with Navy Chief Petty Officer Teague Mangiaracina about what NEDU does and how that affects the general diving industry.
 
On this week's program, host Greg Martin gets virtual! We dive into the virtual reality of the new video game Infinite Scuba with developer, Kathy Flood. Greg & Kathy talk about how the game game about and how it's a game about diving developed BY divers!
 
An AH-HA moment in a coral lab may be the answer to seeing our coral reefs being restored. Dr. David Vaugh has spent is career working to improve the underwater world and his discovery may just be the key to restoring reefs! Greg Martin discuss the AH-HA moment with Dr. Vaughn.
 
Protecting our water heritage is a prime directive for NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries. On this week's show host Greg Martin discusses a couple of proposed Marine Sanctuaries, the Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Marine Sanctuary and the Mallows Bay/Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary.
 
Many people wouldn't think the National Parks Service would have much to do with scuba diving but according to Deputy Chief, Brett Seymour, the NPS Submerged Resources Center is very active in protecting dive sites around the U.S. Listen as host Greg Martin talks with Seymour about this interesting arm of the Parks Service.…
 
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