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A NOAA Diver and an NPS Diver pose before a dive.
April 3, 2017
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The attendees of the Rebreathers and Scientific Diving Workshop pose for a picture
March 9, 2017
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The NOAA Diving Program participated in the first Rebreathers and Scientific Diving Workshop in 2015 to improve safety practices for scientific divers. A follow-up meeting will take place this summer.

The attendees of the Rebreathers and Scientific Diving Workshop pose for a picture
February 17, 2015
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Scuba cylinders stored on a rack
November 22, 2016
Media: Article

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

November 7, 2016
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
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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.

July 19, 2016
Media: Article

During a multi-day, high tempo mission, a diver ran out of air and was assisted to the surface by his dive buddies. 

July 19, 2016
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A habitat evaluation dive was interrupted by the unexpected appearance of a tug. 

July 19, 2016
Media: Article

A recent incident involved two divers that had surfaced from a dive, remaining afloat on the surface and undetected by topside support for 55 minutes. 

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