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Tag: scientific diving

the ‘S’ word : Standards

Re-hashing an oldie with some fresh perspective – Standards. We all hate to love them, and love to hate them;…

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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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New Paper | A Paradigm Shift for Human Exploration

Very pleased to share a newly published paper in the Marine Technology Society Journal (Vol. 50, Issue 1), entitles, “A…

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on world views, and ‘overviews’

Having spent the last twenty days  living and working within the surreal dimension of the island nation of the Solomons,…

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Exosuit Project: a Journey through Depth, Time, & Space

Below is a collation of feeds from my Blog mini-series hosted on National Geographic’s explorers Journal. Stay tuned as the project…

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Innovation | First Exosuit ADS training program

The J.F. White Contracting Company invites Lombardi to participate in the first training program on the Nuytco Research Ltd. Exosuit…

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Making Headlines | Ocean Space Habitat on Nat Geo

Having realized limitations in deep Mesophotic intervention from work in 2010, Lombardi teams up with Subsalve USA to develop a…

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TOTO Deep | Life on the Edge

A creative piece depicting ‘life on the edge’. Video presents a to-scale mosaic of the vertical wall in the Tongue…

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Past to Present | Jamestown Bridge Reefs

Lombardi’s commercial and scientific work collide. Following the demolition of the ‘old’ Jamestown Bridge, he participates in post-demo survey and…

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Past to Present | Antarctica K068

Lombardi provides dive support for Antarctica K068, a cooperative research project between researchers at the University of New Hampshire and…

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