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A diver works near surveying equipment
June 6, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Matt Lawerence works near equipment used to map a shipwreck at Molasses Reef in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. The tripod shown is holding the baseline. 

Diver swimming over the remains of a ship
June 6, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Brenda documenting the remains of what is believed to be the Slobodna at Molasses Reef in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. 

Topside Newsletter Title Header
May 25, 2018
Type: Media: Article

In this issue: SEP Updates, NOAA Dive Log Goes Live, New UDS, Highlights from the NDCSB Annual Meeting  

The log in page of the NOAA Dive Log website
May 23, 2018
Type: Media: Image

The home page of the NOAA Dive Log. It was launched on May 11, 2018 to replace the NOAA Dive Management System.

Five divers sit inside an inflatable boat in preparation for their dive
April 1, 2018
Type: Media: Image

Ensign Brian Caldwell provides a pre-dive brief to Ensign Anna Hallingstad, Lt. Rosemary Abbitt and James Scott while Ensign Brianna Pacheco rests after her last dive.

Two divers measure and document the size of queen conches on the sea floor
April 16, 2018
Type: Media: Image

NOAA divers Dr. Ron Hill (left) and Dr. Jennifer Leo measure queen conch while diving in Buck Island Reef National Monument off St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. 

NOAA Diving Control and Safety Board members
April 9, 2018
Type: Media: Image

The members of the NOAA Diving Control and Safety Board during their 2018 Annual Meeting.

Pie chart of types of dives in 2016
January 9, 2017
Type: Media: Image

Trypes of dives conducted in 2016 by NOAA Divers.

Three men examining the inside of a SCUBA regulator
April 10, 2018
Type: Media: Image

During the 2018 NDCSB Annual Meeting, NDCSB members (from left to right) Ray Boland, Joe Hoyt, and Andy David examined the new demand levers designed by Mares.

March 6, 2018
Type: Media: Document

Mares S.p.A. has designed a new demand lever for the Abyss 22, 52X and all DR 2nd stages. 

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