SECONN 2020 Webinars


SECONN 2020 Webinars

SECONN is encouraging everyone to stay safe in this time, but also wants to continue encouraging you to learn more about the great world of scuba diving. Each of the webinars will last approximately 45 minutes with a following Q&A. All of the webinars will be held on the Demio platform (unless noted otherwise). A link will be provided for you to access the webinars, once there, simply add your name, email, and click register.
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If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions to help us make this endeavor the best webinar series around, please email Ryan – President@seconndivers.org. Cheers!

Susannah Snowden-Smith

Tuesday, October 27
@ 7:30PM EST

“Insiders Guide To Cayman:
Everything you ever wanted to know about diving and photographing in the Cayman Islands but didn’t know who to ask”

Dr. Anjani Ganase

Thursday, November 5th
@ 7:30PM EST

Bringing Tobago’s coral reefs online: The Maritime Ocean Collection

Tyler Phelps

Tuesday, November 10th
@ 7:30PM EST

Exploration and Ecology of Twilight Zone Fishes

Dr. David Charash

Tuesday, November 24th
@ 7:30PM EST

Previous Webinars

Please note not all previous recordings are available.

Jeff Milisen

Jeff Milisen

Follow the Tentacles: Epipelagic Cephalopods and the Animals that Eat Them.

Dr. Jason Krumholz

Dr. Jason Krumholz

Artificial Reefs for Diving, Fishing, and Conservation: A Scientific Perspective

Dr. David Charash

Dr. David Charash

Cardiac Health and Diving

Weldon Wade

Weldon Wade

Diving in Bermuda

Richie Kohler

Richie Kohler

Shadow Divers

Dan Orr

Dan Orr

Does Scuba Diving Have a Retirement Age?
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Scuba Diving Safety: Risk Versus Reward

Faith Ortins

Faith Ortins

Exploring the Polar Regions: Above and Below the Water

Jennifer Idol

Jennifer Idol

Lens of Adventure

Robert Turpin

Robert Turpin

The USS Oriskany

Erik Rosenstein

Erik Rosenstein

Caves and Cave Diving the Yucatan Peninsula – Past, Present, and Future

Neal W. Pollock, PhD

Neal W. Pollock, PhD

Thoughtful Management of Decompression Stress

Rustin Cassway

Rustin Cassway

The Octavian Project

Becky Kagan Schott

Becky Kagan Schott

Stories Behind the Shot

Dr. John Littlefield

Dr. John Littlefield

Underwater Archaeology in Turkey

Josie Iselin

Josie Iselin

The Curious World of Seaweed

Jill Heinerth

Jill Heinerth

The Explorer’s Mindset

Andrew Martinez

Andrew Martinez

New England Fish ID and the Marine Life App

Matt Meier

Matt Meier

The Solomon Islands: World War II History and Pristine Reefs

SECONN 2020 Webinars

SECONN is encouraging everyone to stay safe in this time, but also wants to continue encouraging you to learn more about the great world of scuba diving. Each of the webinars will last approximately 45 minutes with a following Q&A.

This series is set up so that you will only need to register once; all of the webinars will be held on the Demio platform. A link will be provided for you to access the webinars, once there, simply add your name, email, and click register.

We are working on a way to allow viewing the previous webinars; once we have a solution, we will send an email out with information.

If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions to help us make this endeavor the best webinar series around, please email Ryan – President@seconndivers.org. Cheers!


Alex Fogg

Rescheduled Date TBA

Artificial Reefs and Lionfish: Their role in Ecotourism

Robert Turpin

Wednesday, April 20 @ 7pm

The USS Oriskany


Erik Rosenstein

Monday, April 27 @ 7pm

Caves and Cave Diving the Yucatan Peninsula – Past, Present and Future

Neal W. Pollock, PhD

Wednesday, April 29 @ 7pm

Thoughtful Management of Decompression Stress


Dan Orr

Friday, May 1 @ 7pm

Scuba Diving Safety: Risk Versus Reward

Rustin Cassway

Tuesday, May 5 @ 7pm

The Octavian Project


Becky Kagan Schott

Wednesday, May 6 @ 7pm

Stories Behind the Shot


If you are interested in presenting for a future webinar, please reach out to Ryan, President@seconndivers.org

Previous Webinars

Jeff Milisen

Monday, March 30 @ 7pm

Follow the Tentacles: Epipelagic Cephalopods and the Animals that Eat them.

Jason Krumholz

Wednesday, April 1 @ 7pm

Artificial Reefs For Diving, Fishing, and Conservation: A Scientific Perspective


Dr. David Charash

Thursday, April 2 @ 7pm

Cardiac Health and Diving

Weldon Wade

Monday, April 6 @ 7pm

Diving in Bermuda: Shipwrecks and Reefs


Richie Kohler

Tuesday, April 7 @ 7pm

Shadow Divers

Dan Orr

Thursday, April 9 @ 7pm

Does Scuba Diving Have a Retirement Age?


Faith Ortins

Monday, April 13 @ 7pm

Exploring the Polar Regions: Above and Below the Water

Jennifer Idol

Wednesday, April 15 @ 7pm

Lens of Adventure