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NOAA Divers during a Safety Stop near Swains Island, American Samoa
February 19, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Divers from the Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center on a safety stop near Swains Island in American Samoa during a Rapid Assessment and Monitoring Program mission.

NOAA Diving Program flow chart
October 22, 2015
Type: Media: Image

Governance for the NOAA Diving Program resides in the NOAA Diving Control and Safety Board (NDCSB). 

NOAA Diving Program flow chart
October 22, 2015
Type: Media: Image

The NOAA Diving Control and Safety Board (NDCSB) is the governing body of the NOAA Diving Program.

PMNM divers during rebreather training, 2013
February 6, 2013
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Divers from the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM) training to use the Megalodon Closed Circuit Rebreather (CCR) in 2013.

NOAA Diver using a glue gun to reattach a piece of coral
April 7, 2015
Type: Media: Image

A biologist from the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary uses a glue gun to reattach a piece of living coral broken loose when a boat went aground on the shallow coral reef.

Green sea turtle in the NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
December 28, 2006
Type: Media: Image

Green sea turtle in the NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

NOAA Marine archaeologist Hans Van Tilburg examines the remains of shipwreck Dunnottar Castle
July 1, 2006
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Marine archaeologist Hans Van Tilburg examining the iron plate where one of the steel masts penetrated through the deck of the Dunnottar Castle. The three-masted, full-rigged ship was carrying coal from Sydney, Australia, to Wilmington, California.

200-year old wooden-hulled vessel discovered during a NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer mission in the Gulf of Mexico
Type: Media: Image

This historic wooden-hulled vessel, believed to have sunk as long as 200 years ago, was discovered during a NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer mission in the Gulf of Mexico.

Type: Media: Document

Submit this form to the NOAA Diving Center (NDC) via facsimile or e-mail. The NDC fax number is (206) 526-6506. The NDC support desk e-mail address is Support.NDC@noaa.gov.

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