Oceans of Opportunity

Day: February 1, 2009

today’s worst undersea threat | carbon dioxide

Since the start of the 21st century, rebreathers have become the accepted norm for pursuing more routine expeditious intervention of the ocean. This technology is quite simple, as it basically recycles the diver’s exhalations, removing poisonous CO2, then monitoring the gas, and providing some means to add oxygen that has been metabolized by the diver.…

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