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Adults sit around tables and listen to a lecturer at the podium
July 19, 2018
Type: Media: Image

In 2018, FKNMS partnered with the Art and Historical Society of Key West to engage local divers to become citizen scientists. 

A diver holding a striped baton underwater over a portion of a shipwreck
July 19, 2018
Type: Media: Image

Florida Public Archaeology Network Archaeologist Jeff Moates demonstrates non-intrusive photo documentation on the USS Amesbury.

A child watched a diver inside an aquarium tank
August 13, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Meet the new OMAO Deputy Line Office Diving Officer.

A child watched a diver inside an aquarium tank
October 31, 2017
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Lt. Cmdr. Carl Rhodes dives at the Oregon Coast Aquarium as a volunteer.

An underwater platform used to mount cameras
July 23, 2018
Type: Media: Article

NOAA Divers in Connecticut are installing GoPro cameras to record fish activity around oyster cages.

A head shot of a SCUBA diver underwater
July 23, 2018
Type: Media: Image

Barry Smith, NOAA Unit Diving supervisor for the Milford Lab unit, during a project dive. 

A SCUBA diver near the edge of the ship deck
July 23, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Jerry Prezioso getting ready to enter the water.

An underwater platform used to mount cameras
July 23, 2018
Type: Media: Image

A T-Platform mounting system for cameras that record normal rock habitat. 

A diver holding twine underwater
July 23, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Mark Dixon unravels twine during a dive.

Diving Safety Recall text and NOAA logo
June 27, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Hollis and Oceanic diaphragm-style regulators purchased or serviced between October 1, 2017 and May 25, 2018 have been recalled by the manufacturer.

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