Diving news and announcements.
Hazard: The TUSA DC Solar Link IQ1204 diving computer can malfunction and display an incorrect reading to the diver, posing a drowning and injury hazard due to decompression sickness.
At NOAA, we use different types of diving technologies to gather the data needed to learn more about our oceans.
NOAA Diving Medical Officer LT Gary Montgomery describes a day on the Hi'ialakai during the Hawaiian Archipelago Reef Assessment and Monitoring Program (HARAMP) mission.
The NOAA Diving Center (NDC) welcomes new Executive Officer (XO) LT Faith Knighton. She began her tour of duty at NDC on August 1, 2016.
What do NOAA Divers do during their off time? NOAA Corps ENS Niki Norton and Phil Manougian, LCDR Sarah Duncan, and LT Zach Cress use their NOAA diving skills to volunteer!
Meet NOAA Diver Paula Ayotte and read her enthralling account of her encounter with a school of hammerhead sharks during a recent research trip.
On June 15, NOAA Divers concluded a research trip onboard the NOAA ship Hi’ialakai to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) and the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM).
NOAA Divers undertake a field project with volunteer organization, Diving With a Purpose (DWP), to identify an undocumented shipwreck on Elbow Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Last September, the NOAA Diving Program conducted non-invasive research on bubble formation in the hearts of NOAA Divers diving to a maximum depth of 300 ft.