Caves differ from other overhead environments

Cave diving differs significantly from other forms of overhead environment diving.

  • Caves are fragile environments — much more so than most wrecks.
  • Cave diving involves penetration distances vastly greater than those experienced by wreck and ice divers.
  • Wreck diving generally takes place in colder water than cave diving. Ice diving takes place in substantially colder water. This may impact equipment configuration and technique.
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