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Arnold, R. Extremes In Human Breath Hold, Facial Immersion Bradycardia, (19985), Undersea Bio. Med. Res. 12(2),  183-190.

Bruijn, Rd. Richardson, M. & Schagatay, E. Oxygen-conserving effect of the diving response in the immersed human(2009), SPUMS, 39(4), 193-199.

Brylske, A. Free Diving: Breathless in the Aquatic World, Dive Training, March, 2002, 28-39.

Brylske, A. On One Breath, Dive Training, June, 2010, 40-48.

Burnett, T. & Palmer, K. Free Diving Records, Dive Training, March, 2002, 86-90.

Butler, F. Breath-Hold Diving: A Proposed 60 Second Rule, Alert Diver, Sept/Oct. 2004, 34-40.

Butler, F.  & Woakes, A. Heart Rate In Humans During Underwater Swimming With And Without Breath-Hold, Res. (1987), Physiol. 69,  387-399.

Courtney, B. Kiving The Tank Free Life, Sport Diver, April, 2002, 64-59.

Craig, C. Depth Limits Of Breath Hold Diving (An Example Of Fennology), (1968), Res. Physiol. 5,  14-22.

Davis, F. et. al. Carbon Dioxide Response And Breath Hold Times In Underwater Hockey Players, (1987), Undersea Biomed. Res. 14(6), 527-534.  

Davis, F. Acute pulmonary oedema in a hypertensive snorkel swimmer, (2005), SPUMS, 35(4), 2005.

Edmonds, C. Snorkel Diving: A Review, (1999), SPUMS, 29(4), 196-228.

Ferretti, G. et. al. Alveolar Gas Composition And Exchange During Deep Breath-Hold Diving And Dry Breath Holds In Elite Divers, (1991), J. Appl. Physiol.  794-802. 

Ferrigno, M. et. at. Electrocardiogram During Deep Breath-Hold Dives By Elite Divers, (1991), Undersea Biomed. Res. 18(2),  81-91.

Ferrigno, M. et. al. Simulated Breath-Hold Diving To 20 Meters: Cardiac Performance In Humans, (1987),  J. Appl. Physiol.  2160-2167.

Fitz-Clarke, J. Risk of decompression sickness in extreme human breath-hold diving, (2009), UHM, 39(2), 83-91.

Frink, S. Underwater Images on a Single Breath, Alert Diver, Winter, 2014, 100103.

Garbella, E. Piarulli, A. Fornai, E. Pingitore, A. Prediletto, R. Preliminary observations on the effect of hypoxic and hyperbaric stress on pulmonary gas exchange in breath-hold divers, SPUMS, 41(2), 2011, 97-100.

Heath, J. & Irwin, C. An Increase In Breath-Hold Time Appearing After Breath-Holding, (1968),Res. Physiol. 4,  73-77.

Honda, Y. et. al. Relative Contributions Of Chemical And Non-Chemical Drives To The Breath Holding Time In Breath-Hold Divers (Ama), J (1981), J. Physiol. 31,  181-186.

Hoover,  Suspended States, Sport Diver, 5(3), Spring, 1997,  37-42. 

Hong, S. et. al. Daily Diving Pattern Of Korean and Japanese Breath-Hold Divers (Ama). (1991), Undersea Biomed. Res. 18 (5-6),  433-443. 

Hurford, W. et. al. Splenic Contraction During Breath-Hold Diving In The Korean Ama, (1990), J. Appl. Phy.  932-936.

Hyatt, W. & Vann, R. Freediving, Alert Diver, Sept/Oct. 2003, 32-41.

Kong, S-K. Breath Hold Diving, in Bove, A. & Davis, J. (Ed.), DIVING MEDICINE, W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, PA. 1990,  59-68.   

Krack, M-R, The World of Competitive FreeDiving, Alert Diver, Fall, 2013, 88-89.

Kushwara, J. The Joy of Freediving for scuba veterans seeking a new thrill, Undercurrent, 22(3), March, 2007, 11-13.

Landrum, P. Freediving Freedom, Sources, Third Quarter, 2014, 56.

Landsberg,  Alveolar And Peripheral Venous Gas Changes During Breath-Hold Diving, (1982), S.A. Med. J. 62 (4 Dec),  902-904.

Landsberg,  Carbon Dioxide Changes In Hyperventilation And Breath Hold Diving, (1974), S.A. Med. J. 54 (5 Jan),  18-22.

Leith, D. Adaptations To Breath-Hold Diving: Respiratory And Circulatory Mechanics, Undersea Biomed. Res. (1989), 16(5),  345-354.

LeMaitre, et. al. Physiological responses to repeated apneas in underwater hockey players and controls, SPUMS (34), 407-414.

Lin, Y-C. Circulatory Functions During Immersion And Breath-Hold Dives In Humans, (1984), Undersea Biomed. Res. 11(2),  123-138.

Lin, Y-C. Physiological Limitations Of Humans As Breath Hold Divers, in Lin. Y-C. & Shida, K-K. (Ed.), MAN IN THE SEA (Vol. II), Best Publications, San Pedro, CA. 1990.  33-56. 

Liner, M. Ferrigno, M & Lundgren, C. Alveolar Gas Exchange During Simulated Breath-Hold Diving To 20 M, (1993), Undersea Biomed. Res. 20(1),  27-38.

Maas, T. & Sipperly, D. Freedive, Bluewater Freedivers, Ventura, CA. 1998, 152 pages.

Marabotti, C. Belardinelli, A. L'Abbate, A. Scalzine, A. Chiesa, F. Cialone, D. Passera, M. & Bedini, R. Cadiac function during breath-hold diving: An electrocardiographic study, (2008), UHM, 35(2), 83-90.

Masuda, Y. et. al. Attenuated Ventilatory Responses To Hypercapnea And Hypoxia In Assisted Breath-Hold Divers (Funado), J. (1982),  J. Physiol. 32,  327-336.  

Mckie, N. Freediving In Cyberspace, (2004), SPUMS, 34(2), 101-103.

Masuda, Y. et. al. The Ventilatory Responses To Hypoxia and Hypercapnia In The Ama, Ja (1981), J. Physiol. 31,  187-197. 

Milton, J. Supporting Free Diving, Dive Chronicles, 3(2), 2005, 61-64.

Moon, R. & Gray, L. Breath-hold diving and cerebral decompression illness, UHM, 37(1), 1-5, 2010.

Park, Y. Shiraki, K. & Kong, S. Energetics Of Breath-Hold Diving In Korean And Japanese Professional Divers, in Lin, Y-C. & Shida, K-K. MAN IN THE SEA (Vol II), Best Publications, San Pedro, CA. 1990, 73-86. 

Park, Y. et. al. (1983), Patterns Of Wet Suit Diving In Korean Women Breath-Hold Divers, Undersea Biomed. Res. 10(3),  203-215.

Pollack, N. (2008), Breath-hold diving: performance and safety, SPUMS, 38(2), 79-86.

Pollack, N. (2008), Breath-hold diving, Alert Diver, Sept/Oct. 52-55.

Qvist, J. et. al.(1993),  Arterial Blood Gas Tensions During Breath-Hold Diving In The Korean Ama, J. Appl. Physiol. 285-293.

Schagatay, E. (2009), Predicting performance in competitive apnea diving. Part 1: static apnoea, Diving & Hyperbaric Medicine, 39(2), 88-99.Part 2: dynamic apnea,  Diving & Hyperbaric Medicine, 40(1), 11-22;  Part 3: depth, SPUMS, 41(4), 216-228.

Schickel, K. How Low Can You Go? Scuba Times ADJ, Feb. 1998, 54-55.   

Sheard, P. Ocular tear bubble formation after breath-hold diving, (2008), UHM, 35(2), 79-82.

Shiraki, K. Diving Patterns Of Tsushima Male Breath-Hold Divers (Katsugi), (1985), Undersea Biomed. Res. 12(4),  439-452.

Shiraki, K. Elsner, R. Sagawa, S. Torii, R. Mohri, M. & Yamaguchi, H. (Letter) Heart Rate of Japanese Male AMA Divers During Breath-hold Dives: Diving Bradycardia or Exercise Tachycardia? (2002), UHM, 29(1), 59-62.

Simpson, G. Ferns, J. & Murat, S. (2003),Pulmonary effects of lung packing by buccal pumping in an elite breath-hold diver, SPUMS, 33(3), 122-126.

Sterba, J. & Lundgren, C. Breath-Hold Duration In Man And The Diving Response Induced By Face Immersion, (1988), Undersea Biomed. Res. 15(5),  361-375.

Snyderman, M. Freediving: Its More Than Just Holding Your Breath, Dive Training, June, 2011, 57-61.

Tamaki, H. Kohshi, K.  Ishitake, T.  & Wong, R. A survey of neurological decompression illness in commercial breath-hold divers (Ama) of Japan, UHM, 37(4), 209-217, 2010.

Tamaki, H. Kohshi, K. Sajima, S. Takeyama, J. Nakamura, T. Ando, H. & Ishitake, T. Repetitive breath-hold diving causes serious brain injury, UHM, 37(1), 7-11, 2010.

Theunissen, S. Sponsiello, N, Rozloznik, M. Germonpre, P. Guerrero, F. Cialoni, D. Balestra, C. (2013), Oxidative Stress in breath-hold divers after repetitive dives, SPUMS, 43(2), 63-66.

Tipton, M. The Relationship Between Maximum Breath Hold Time In Air And The Ventilatory Responses To Immersion In Cold Water, (1993), Eur. J. Appl. Physiol. 64,  426-429.

Wong, R.M.. (2006), Decompression sickness in breath hold Diving, SPUMS. 36(3), 139-144..   

Wong, G. (1999), Taravana Revisited: Decompression Illness After Breath Hold Diving, SPUMS. 29(3), 126-131. 

Wong, G. (2000), Breath-Hold Diving Can Cause Decompression Illness, SPUMS. 30(1), 2-6.


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