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A Member Night
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August 1, 2019 – A Member Night

Evan Bozanic 1173

Rebreathers in Diving, Aviation, and Submarines

ACLA member 1173, Evan Bozanic

Evan Bozanic 1173 has been diving since he was 11. He set his first world record in diving at the age of 11, becoming the youngest person to dive in Antarctica. In addition, he has built his own rebreather and conducted scientific research while diving.

Evan with the awesome Kevin Lee, ACLA member 1163
in Antarctica

Rebreather diving systems have many advantages to standard open-circuit systems (or SCUBA). Rebreathers offer higher gas efficiency together with silent and bubble-free diving. Moreover, instead of cold and dry gas found in open-circuit systems the diver takes advantage of a warm and humid breathing gas. Stealth (through silent, bubble-free diving) can be beneficial for scientists exploring a range of natural ecological research areas.

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