Before we take the plunge, let’s do a quick crash course on pressure.
In everyday terms, pressure is force exerted on an area. In our normal environment,
that’s air pressure. But as you descend under water, that pressure increases due
to the weight of the water above. Roughly, for every 10 meters (33 feet) you

Before we take the plunge, let’s do a quick crash course on pressure.
In everyday terms, pressure is force exerted on an area. In our normal environment,
that’s air pressure. But as you descend under water, that pressure increases due
to the weight of the water above. Roughly, for every 10 meters (33 feet) you

Before we take the plunge, let’s do a quick crash course on pressure. In everyday terms, pressure is force exerted on an area. In our normal environment, that’s air pressure. But as you descend under water, that pressure increases due to the weight of the water above. Roughly, for every 10 meters (33 feet) you