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NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai aerial view
January 22, 2016
Type: Media: Article

Hawaii-based NOAA ship demonstrated "outstanding teamwork, safety of personnel, and mission dedication."

A laptop screen showing a heart ultrasound image
January 15, 2016
Type: Media: Article

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.

NOAA Teacher at Sea aboard NOAA ship launch
December 3, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Teacher at Sea Sandra Camp aboard one of NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai's launches.

A NOAA Diving Center instructor demonstrates how to operate a hyperbaric chamber
November 17, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diving Center instructor Zach Hileman demonstrates how to use the hyperbaric chamber on the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai to students taking a Diver Medical Technician (DMT) course.

November 11, 2015
Type: Media: Video

A NOAA Diver using a Closed Circuit Rebreather during a decompression stop. He is performing light exercise by bending and extending his arms and legs. 

New seahorse species collected by scientists
November 8, 2015
Type: Media: Image

A new species of seahorse collected by NOAA scientists at 300 feet on Pioneer Bank inside Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument during a mission aboard NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai.

NOAA diver collecting a new species of sea horse and dragonet fish inside a plastic bag
October 22, 2015
Type: Media: Article

Last September, NOAA Divers dove to the deepest depths any NOAA Diver has yet reached, down to a maximum of 300 feet, to survey areas around the North Western Hawaiian Islands.

NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai aerial view
September 30, 2015
Type: Media: Article

NOAA Ship Hi‘ialakai conducted a 28-day research expedition in September to explore the deep reefs within Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, recording marine life never before seen.

Medical Research Team on board the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
September 30, 2015
Type: Media: Article

Study will help inform decisions on how to plan and conduct decompression diving.

NOAA diver collecting a new species of sea horse and dragonet fish inside a plastic bag
September 27, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Randy Kosaki collects new species of sea horse and dragonet fish during a closed circuit rebreather (CCR) dive down to a maximum depth of 300 feet in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. 

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