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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. 

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.

Medical Research Team on board the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
September 21, 2015
Type: Media: Image

The NOAA Diving Program partnered with Dr. Neal Pollock (center) to gather data on bubble formation in the hearts of divers conducting deep mixed gas dives on board the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai during a September 2015 expedition. Working with him on this project were: Leah Potts (left) and Dr. Denise Blake (right). 

A laptop screen showing a heart ultrasound image
September 21, 2015
Type: Media: Image

Dr. Denise Blake performs a heart ultrasound scan on a NOAA diver after a deep dive. Dr. Blake assisted Dr. Neal Pollock during the NOAA Diving Program research performed on NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai on bubble formation in the hearts of divers conducting deep mixed gas dives. 

NOAA diver using a diver operated stereo video camera
June 17, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Diver Ray Boland operating a stereo video system to measure fish sizes in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM). The system captures two synchronized images that measure moving objects with a high degree of accuracy. 

June 8, 2015
Type: Media: Article

NOAA Ship Hi’ialakai returned June 8 from a 21-day mission to monitor and help recover monk seals and pick up marine debris.

NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai aerial view
March 27, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai aerial view

NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division team aboard the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
February 19, 2015
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division (CRED) team members pose for a photo before a diving safety meeting aboard the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai, near Johnston Atoll. 

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