Oceanopportunity

Tag: #mesophotic

scientific diving – a value add

As my career has evolved, I’ve found myself involved in progressively more challenging environments to work in and under –…

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Oak Island | shedding some light on the value of discovery based science

I am first to admit that I stayed up late last night to take in another new episode of History…

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and…One More New Paper: standards of practice for Atmospheric Diving for science

Recently published: Lombardi, MR. (2016) Proposed Standards of Practice and Recommendations for Inclusion of Atmospheric Diving System (ADS) End-User Training…

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Another New Paper: variable depth capability for portable inflatable habitats

Recently published in cooperation with colleagues at NYU and URI: Piispanen, RA., Lombardi, MR., and Burleson, W. (2016). Variable Depth…

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a Deep & Dark Halloween

Just when you think another Halloween had passed us by with not much more happening other than the  ’round the…

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Slip us a few ones and we’ll show you…

https://onetoday.google.com/p/w5-gknjq?c=5452315131641856 A whole lot more of this: Portable inflatable habitat enabling extended human exploration deep within the mesophotic realm. Project…

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rub a dub dub, my ride in the sub

Among the ambitious field agenda for this expedition to continue fluorescence exploration in the Solomon Islands is carrying out the…

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from tektite to ‘tek-lite’

It’s all too easy to get ‘stuck’ in the day to day grind and lose sight of the bigger picture…

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unused real estate for tek – butt packs & plates

As I’m gearing up for a forthcoming scientific expedition, among the first things I grabbed – an essential part of…

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Exosuit ADS training a success

Just returned home from an exhilarating and informative week out in North Vancouver at Nuytco Research Ltd, where I participated…

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