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.
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.
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What: This document is the principle form used by the NDCSB to review and approve closed circuit rebreather (CCR) decompression dives. It is prepared by a UDS (or designee) and submitted to the respective LODO or SODO who...
A NOAA Diver using a closed circuit rebreather (CCR) recently experienced a persistent creep in their PO2 while diving and, after trying a diluent flush, decided to bail out to open circuit as a precaution and end...