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Scuba Diving under a local pier, some interesting a peculiar sights underwater.
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Scuba Diving under a local pier, some interesting a peculiar sights underwater.
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The natural gas seeps are from a big oil reservoir underneath the sea floor. Most of the reservoir was extracted in the 40s-60s so it is no longer financially viable to drill here, yet we still get little seeps here and there. Still a cool sight and can smell it a bit of it on the surface.


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RE: Scuba Diving under a local pier, some interesting a peculiar sights underwater.
Try walking on the SoCal beaches that don't get regular sweeping for half a mile or so, tar balls are a regular hazard- marine seeps all over the place.
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