The International Journal of Diving History is a collection of scholarly papers on various aspects of diving history. It is published by the Society.
‘Inert Gas Narcosis and the High Pressure Nervous Syndrome (HPNS: How Hydrostatic Pressure and Partial Pressures Affect Consciousness during Deep Diving’, by Richard Vann.
‘The PA 61/II and the other Drägerwerk Twin-Hose Regulators used in Denmark’, by Sven Erik Jørgensen
‘Augustus Siebe’s Introduction to Russia’, by Alexander Sledkov.
‘Why was Diving Pursued in Nineteeth Century Guernsey?’, by Mick Peters
‘System Hans Hass – the development of Rolleimarin’, by Franz Rothbrust
‘Diving and The Royal Society of Arts’, by Peter Dick.
185 mm x 243 mm (approx. 7.25 in x 9.5 in)
Black and white, illustrated throughout.
Volume 5, October 2012