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Scuba cylinders stored on a rack
November 22, 2016
Type: Media: Article

Is there a way to store scuba cylinders to maximize their longevity? Here are some tips from the NOAA Diving Center.

Scuba cylinders stored on a rack
November 21, 2016
Type: Media: Image

Scuba cylinders at the NOAA Diving Center. They are stored at a slight angle in order to increase their longevity.

November 7, 2016
Type: Media: Article

An experienced NOAA Diver describes the events that led to his recent out of air incident and discusses ways to prevent another incident. 

Diving Safety Recall
October 27, 2016
Type: Media: Article

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.

Diving Safety Recall
October 27, 2016
Type: Media: Image
August 30, 2016
Type: Media: Video

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[underwater exhalation]

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You're going to send your diver to the bow of...
the survey boat. - Roger.

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A NOAA Diver collects coral samples underwater
August 23, 2016
Type: Media: Article

At NOAA, we use different types of diving technologies to gather the data needed to learn more about our oceans. 

Two NOAA Divers seen from below descend to a depth of 300 feet.
September 27, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Brian Hauk and Reciprocity Diver Richard Pyle descend to a depth of 300 feet (an area also referred to as the twilight zone) on Pioneer Bank during research activities in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. They are using closed circuit rebreathers.

A NOAA Diver collects coral samples underwater
August 30, 2009
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Randy Kosaki collects black coral at Necker Island in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. He is wearing open circuit technical diving gear.

A boat heads to its diving location
August 10, 2016
Type: Media: Image

A boat launched from NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai speeds away to a diving location near the Hawaiian coast. 

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