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Unit Diving Supervisor: Gregg R. Gitschlag (409-766-3513) Location: Galveston, TX Website:
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Unit Diving Supervisor: Brian Degan (252-728-8704) Location: Beaufort, NC Website: Sub-unit: NMFS / Southeast Fisheries Science Center / Beaufort, NC
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Diving Unit Supervisor: Andrew David (850-234-6541 x208) Location: Panama City, FL Website:
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Diving Unit Supervisor: William Chris Long (907-481-1715) Location: Kodiak, AK Website: Sub-unit: NMFS/ Alaska Fisheries Science Center / Resource Assessment, Conservation, and...
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Diving Unit Supervisor: Julie Bursek (805-893-6422) Location: Santa Barbara, CA Website:
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Unit Diving Supervisor: John Bright (989-356-8805) Location: Alpena, MI Website:
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Unit Diving Supervisor: Raymond C. Boland (808-725-5716) Location: Honolulu, HI NMFS diving units in this location:  Coral Reef Ecosystem Program Ecosystem and Oceanography Division Fisheries Biology and Stock Assessment...
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Unit Diving Supervisor: Eric White (206-526-6917) Location: Seattle, WA Website:  
Students review the day's dive plans.
Basic page
This page is a repository for all NOAA diving forms.  Each of the form links below will take you to a page with basic instructions and a downloadable form. All forms are provided as pdf documents and should be downloaded...
Basic page
Objective: Prepare NOAA Divers and topside support personnel to safely conduct diving operations using tethered communications. Photo: Greg McFall/NOAA Click for...

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