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DBPacific
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Location:
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Occupation:
Broke College Student

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DBPacific

Nassau Grouper, Female, from Oregon, USA

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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Oregon, USA
    Occupation:
    Broke College Student
    Certification Agencies:
    SSI, PADI, AAUS
    Dive History:
    Certified SSI OW, AOW and PADI Rescue in Australia. Getting certified AAUS Scientific in OR, USA. It's cold here
    Certification History:
    SSI: OW, AOW
    PADI: Rescue
    Not gonna bother with the specialties
    AAUS: TBD Scientific
    Certification Level:
    PADI Rescue
    # of Logged Dives:
    50 - 99
    Dive Classification:
    New To Diving
    Years Certified:
    Less Than One Year
    To my sister's annoyance, I grew up watching and rewatching The Blue Planet and have had the dream of becoming a marine biologist for as long as I could remember. I started undergrad in 2016 as a marine biology major and started research almost immediately. Was certified to dive in Australia during a study abroad semester and managed to dive the Great Barrier Reef, the S.S. Yongala, and did enough shore dives I could give directions to spots based on coral formations. In the States so far it looks like I'll be sticking to cold water dives in the PNW or East Coast. I'm very much a newbie diver and am usually pretty lost on rigs, gear specs, and insomnia makes it hard to remember details sometimes, so sorry and thanks in advance when I ask very simple questions.

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    Small bubbles small troubles. Hopefully.