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  • 1. Scuba Diving and Body Systems All you need to know about scuba diving in Key Largo, Florida Created By Hannah, Nick and Aaron
  • 2. The Science of Scuba
    • Nitrogen can harm your body severely
    • When you descend the pressure on your body greatly increases and equalizing your ears is a serious matter.
    • Breathing slowly and deeply continuously can keep you underwater longer.
    • When you ascend you rise NO FASTER than your own breathing bubbles
  • 3. Pictures
    • Scuba diver descending in the ocean
  • 4. Scuba History
    • People who scuba dived many years ago were trained to hold their own breath for 6 to 8 minutes, this was an average!
    • Dive suits used to cover your body from head to toe. Every country had there own models, especially in helmets.
  • 5. Jules Undersea Lodge
    • AN UNDERWATER HOTEL!
    • $350, per person, per night!
    • Holds up to 6 people for sleep
    • The unit contains a mixture of breathing gas that is forced through a tube from the surface
    • The lodge contains food, kitchen materials, movies and even a telephone!
  • 6. Pictures
    • The Undersea lodge
    • http://www.jul.com/frontpage.html
  • 7. The Undersea Lab
    • The undersea lab can hold up to 3 people and night, but only for scientists
    • The lab contains an observation dome and scientific microscopes and a laptop with a sound transmitter
    • Marine research is done in the lab and they can hold a web conferences with other research labs around the world
  • 8. How it Relates to the Body Systems
    • Scuba diving can only be safe if your diving smart
    • You can greatly damage your respiratory system by ascending to quickly, this is because the faster you go the more nitrogen enters your body pressing on your lungs.
    • These small air bubbles enter your blood stream and pierce the lungs, causing great damage.