Monday, October 16, 2017

A Day in the Ocean With Diving Atlantis

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Shades are different underwater as well. Shades are really only various wavelengths reflected by an object. Marine, dunes journey differently, and some wavelengths are filtered out by water sooner than the others. Lower power waves are absorbed first, so red vanishes first, then orange, then yellow. Green stays longer and blue the best, which is why things appear bluer the deeper you get. So long as the water is clear, that is. In murky water there is less light transmission and things have a tendency to look greenish-yellow.



Even under the best conditions, shades can only just be observed down to a range of somewhat over 100 feet. Below that things look black or gray. Just how colors are absorbed possesses an affect marine photography: a great light source becomes necessary for vivid pictures.

But delay, there’s more. Or fairly, less. See, the water surface is reflective and can act a bit like a mirror. At high noon, with the sun being right overhead, that is number big deal and just about all of the sun’s light enters the water. Nevertheless, early and late in the morning when the sun’s rays hit the water at low angles, virtually all light is reflected away and does not make it to the water. So be aware that it could get black prior to you imagine.

Sound travels even faster in water than in the air, about four times as fast. Looks also travels further in the water. (For this reason the army is so concerned about having silent submarines.) And sound marine is afflicted with water temperature, pressure, and salinity. Interesting results can be produced by this when underwater sound matches two sheets of water with different conditions.

All this ensures that our hearing, which is designed to interpret sound in the air, can simply get confused marine. Our mind detects the supply, and to some extent the distance, of an audio by the distinction between its appearance in the right and left ear. With underwater sound so much faster, our brain can’t process way easily, and underwater sound usually results in to be all over a diver.

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