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Diving: Topside

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A Diver photographs a school of hammerhead sharks
June 24, 2016
Media: Article

Meet NOAA Diver Paula Ayotte and read her enthralling account of her encounter with a school of hammerhead sharks during a recent research trip.

A NOAA Diver lays reels out a measuring tape underwater
June 22, 2016
Media: Article

On June 15, NOAA Divers concluded a research trip onboard the NOAA ship Hi’ialakai to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) and the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM).

A volunteer diver documents information at an underwater shipwreck site.
June 15, 2016
Media: Article

NOAA Divers undertake a field project with volunteer organization, Diving With a Purpose (DWP), to identify an undocumented shipwreck on Elbow Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

A laptop screen showing a heart ultrasound image
January 15, 2016
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.

New Nitrox scuba diving bottles on a NOAA Diving Center cart
October 30, 2015
Media: Article

This PO2 level is currently the standard in the military and other federal, civilian and the vast majority of academic diving programs.

NOAA diver collecting a new species of sea horse and dragonet fish inside a plastic bag
October 22, 2015
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.

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