Diving Presentations

by

Larry “Harris” Taylor, Ph. D.

Diving Safety Coordinator

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Email:  divegeek

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PowerPoint  Presentations

These are the illustrations used in selected articles that appear on my web site. 

I hope that users remember that illustrations in a slide show are, by themselves, memory keys for the speaker and, as such, are inherently incomplete. A total presentation is the sum of the images projected and the comments of the presenter. Since the illustrations are only part of a complete package, the author assumes no liability for their use.

The presentations are given in the interests of sharing with the diving community and therefore, the use of these materials, in whole, or in-part, for commercial projects or products is specifically denied.

All rights retained.

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 Name  # Slides

           Size

Friday Night Review 

  107

         6. 7    M

The Primitive Brain

     8

         0.49   M

Reading Rivers

    31

         1.29   M

Why I Don't Train Kids

   64

         3.93   M

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 Name  # Slides

             Size

Friday Night Review 

  107

            7.0    M

The Primitive Brain       8

            0.54  M

Reading Rivers     31

            1.39  M

Why I Don't Train Kids    64

            4.06  M

Download Power Point Presentation  As A Zipped Archive

 Name

 Size

Friday Night Review 

6. 4    M

The Primitive Brain 0.36   M
Reading Rivers 1.16  M
Why I Don't Train Kids 3.59   M

For those without PowerPoint , a  free PowerPoint Viewer is available from Microsoft. 

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Use of these articles for personal or organizational profit is specifically denied.

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