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61. KiwiCareers - Diver / Print Page
work such as marine biology or oceanography; photography and as PADI (ProfessionalAssociation for diving Instructors) and SSI (scuba School International
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Divers work underwater on a variety of tasks such as construction work, rescuing property from wrecked ships, commercial seafood gathering, photography, exploration or police work. They may work close to shore (inshore), out at sea (offshore), and in lakes or rivers.
A diver collecting samples for observation
He Whakamarama
Ko ta te Kairukuruku kaupapa he mahi i nga momo mahinga i te wai pera i te mahi hangahanga, te tiki rawa mai i nga kaipuke kua toromi, te kohikohi mataitai, te tango whakaahua, te mahi hopara, nga kaupapa pirihimana ranei. Tera ka mahi tata ki te akau, ki waho atu ranei i te moana, i roto hoki i nga roto me nga awa. "Hara mai e tama, rukuhia nga paua a Tangaroa" Alternative Titles
  • Scientific Diver
  • Construction Diver
  • Media Diver
  • Police Diver
  • Aquaculture Diver
  • Seafood Diver

Tasks and Duties
A diver may do any of the following:
  • register with the Department of Labour before going out on a diving expedition
  • film or take photographs underwater
  • check the diving equipment
  • inspect, build and repair structures using underwater tools and equipment

62. BluePoint - Fisheries
Marine Plankton Ecology and Biological oceanography NGDC/WDC scuba, scuba World Widescuba Links by Levo Professional Association of diving Instructors PADI
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67. TAMU Oceanography - Gyre
divingquality air not normally available. equipment belonging to the Department ofOceanography (for which scuba operations involve all the hazards of swimming

Gyre index
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R/V Gyre Cruise Planning Manual
  • Introduction
  • Operations Personnel Located at College Station, TX
  • Logistics
  • Ship Specifications
  • Deck Machinery and Auxiliary Equipment
  • Safety Related Operations
  • General Information
  • Research Instrumentation
  • Use of Chartered Ships on Research Projects
  • Appendices
    • Appendix I/Information Concerning Radiosotope Work on Board R/V GYRE
    • Appendix II/Ship Time Request (NSF 831)
    • Appendix III/Technician Daily Rates and Equipment Charges
    • Appendix IV/Pre-Cruise Plan
    • Appendix V/Foreign Clearance Request
    • Appendix VI/Cruise Prospectus
    • Appendix VII/Dive Request Form
    Welcome aboard the R/V GYRE! This manual has been prepared to assist the scientific party in preparing for a cruise, carrying out the research in harmony with the ship's crew and technical staff, and completing necessary follow-up procedures. Considerable flexibility is given to the Chief Scientist in the execution of the research, but major deviations from the basic procedures contained herein should be discussed with the marine staff. Although these guidelines are specifically for GYRE, similar procedures are in effect at other institutions for all ships in the UNOLS fleet.

professors that are knowledgeable in an area of oceanography. has had a good traditionof safe, fun diving. endeavors to run a successful University scuba Club
A MANUAL FOR THE SUCCESSFUL OPERATION OF A UNIVERSITY DIVING CLUB By Paul Johnston Originally Written: April 1987 Contents Read First! Why? Officers and Elections Election Time ... Read Last! A MANUAL FOR THE SUCCESSFUL OPERATION OF
Why Why was this written? Because I have had a long-time love of the University Scuba Club at the University of Texas at Austin. Having first been a member since maybe 1966, and for certain, 1967 and holding various offices in the club, I've seen the club go through numerous growth cycles, from large to small to zero and struggle back up the growth curve again. The University Scuba Club will be 35 years old come February 1999. It has as valid a purpose to exist today as it did when it was formed. It serves a common meeting ground for divers to maintain their interest in scuba diving while at The University (We all know that there is only one real University of Texas and it is at Austin! ). The University Scuba Club deserves to continue to exist. I have met many valued friends and acquaintances over the years. It will take a new officer almost his full term, depending how much or how little help he or she gets, to learn how to effectively run the club's various activities. Consider this manual a summary of various observations made over the years. An officer of any university dive club can use this to get a "year ahead running start" when he is elected. This manual was originally written in April 1987 and presented to the club at that time. Since then, it has been revised several times.

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OVERVIEW This course is to provide the diver with the skills and knowledge needed to minimize the risks of diving at night. (May be for skin or scuba divers.) ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS Coverage is to include planning and preparation, night diving equipment, procedures, problems, hazards, navigation and buddy system techniques. PREREQUISITES FOR ENTERING THE COURSE Age. Minimum is 15 years. (Junior certification for ages 12 - 14 years is allowed. See “Policies Applying to All Courses”: Age, Junior Certification.”) Certification: NAUI Scuba Diver certification or the equivalent is required. The instructor is to ensure adequate student knowledge and capability before any open water training and shall use skill or other evaluations to do so.
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70. Heriot-Watt University - Orkney Campus
Bergersen, H, A Risk Assessment on scuba diving. Duncan, A monitoring programme forrecreational diving in Scapa Flow K, A guide to satellite oceanography and its
Home Contact Us ICIT Student Dissertation List Dissertation List indexed alphabetically by author ICIT Information Home Page About ICIT MSc Courses Dive Unit ... Staff Members ICIT Research Work Research Projects PhD Research Orkney Renewable Energy Forum I NCO-DC Publications Student Information Student ESF Funding Student Opinions of ICIT Student Activities Dissertation List ... Links Name Title Year Type Abdollahi, P Water quality and its assessment in British estuaries. MRM Abrams, N A Feasibility Study of a UK Marine Energy Centre in Orkney. MRM Adamson, J The suitability of the coastal zone management concept to small island communities: a case study on North Ronaldsay. MRM ALLEN, Martin D

71. Best General Boating Pages On The Web
PWCs, paddling, water skiing, scuba diving, builders, parts every boater shouldknow (diving flags, waterway Scripps Institute of oceanography, Woods Hole
T hese are some of the best Web pages that concern boating in general. There should be enough here to keep you busy and entertained for weeks if not months! And since these sites will change as their creators add new features, revisit your favorites now and again to see what's new. And be sure to keep an eye on the "What's New" page here where you'll find new boating Web pages as they become available.
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Don Robertson's Marine Marketplace
A "veritable cornucopia" of information for the boater of whatever persuasion. As the name suggests, there are manufacturers' links (including wooden boats, airboats and submersibles and engines), used boats for sale, and links to new boat dealers and brokers. But that's just the beginning. There's also excellent information on marine surveys, associations (including one-design), boat shows, charters and rentals, Coast Guard sites, equipment and parts, marinas, marine art and photography, marine museums, stores and nautical books, surveyors, model and radio-controlled boats, online magazines, rowing and paddling links, instruction, sailmakers, stolen boats, research and design, windsurfing, and more than 1,000 yacht clubs. There's probably more but I'm exhausted already!

72. Andreas B. Rechnitzer PhD
for the Scripps Institution of oceanography Birch Aquarium. on his personal scientificscuba diving appears in Committee, Association of diving Contractors and
Andreas B. Rechnitzer, PhD
Science 1968, Distinguished Service 1989, Sports/Education 1999 Dr. Rechnitzer has accumulated 50 years of distinguished service to the sports diving community: * Began snorkel skin diving in 1942 . Was among the very first to scuba dive,1949 using the third Aqualung sold in the U.S. by Rene Bussoz. He pioneered the application of scuba diving to scientific investigations. * He has continues to promote the use of scientific scuba in his
* He successfully testified in Washington, DC OSHA hearings to protect scientific divers from the regulations designed for commercial diver safety. * Served as volunteer President-Adjoint (with Jacques Yves Cousteau), World Underwater Federation (CMAS), 1961-67 and president, CMAS Scientific Committee, 1966-67. His participation in this organization helped establish the first international scuba safety program and initiated effort to establish national and international reciprocity for "C" card holders. His diver safety training experience and concerns was extended to deep submergence during his civilian tenure as the U. S. Navy Coordinator for Deep Submergence. With Dr. Jacques Piccard he established a new world record dive to 18,150 feet (1959) and then directed the worlds record manned dive by Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard to 35,800 feet, (1960).

73. (43)College Of William Mary Virginia Institute Of Marine Science School Of Marin
Introduction Eligibility Training safety Manual diving Pictures Training Organizational Links PSD Team Links Team Affiliations To download a copy of the safety Manual v3.5 in Microsoft Word format, click HERE (90Kb) DRT PUBLIC safety

74. Sources - Smithsonian Institution
salt water (fsw) on compressed air with open circuit scuba. can be traced to the originaldiving program at the Scripps Institution of oceanography in 1952.
Sources - The Journal of Underwater Education International publication of the National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) The Smithsonian Institution
Scientific Diving Program by Michael A. Lang, NAUI #5879IT The Scientific Diving Program
The Smithsonian Institution is, among 44 other research institutions and universities, an organizational member of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS). The academy represents approximately 3000 diving scientists nationwide, and promulgates national, peer-reviewed standards for the certification and operation of scientific diving programs. These standards apply to institutions with scientific diving programs that are in turn responsible for the training and certification of their research staff. The Smithsonian is also a NAUI Accredited Educational Institution and a corporate sponsor of the Divers Alert Network, DAN. Regulations:
Certifications and Operations
Future Projects
Michael Lang, NAUI #5879IT is the Scientific Diving Officer at the Smithsonian Institution, where he is responsible for operational aspects of science projects involving underwater data or specimen collection using scuba. He directs one of the nations largest civilian scientific diving programs,authorizing over 175 scientific divers per year. Michael was a staff biologist at San Diego State University for eight years prior to his arrival at the Smithsonian Institution in 1990, and in the course of thousands of dives has focused his own research on the ecology and systematic of shallow-water benthic octopods. his efforts in diving safety research have resulted in several symposium and workshop proceedings on cold water diving, dive computers, biomechanics of safe ascents, and repetitive diving physiological aspects.He received the 1991 DAN/Rolex Diver award, a 1993 NAUI Outstanding Service Award and a 1995 AAUS Dedicated Service award.

75. Links
regarding the use of breathing gases and scuba cylinders. Order NOAA and NAVY divingmanuals from the US Government Printing Office (see oceanography ).

Dive Boats
Equipment Magazines Other ... Travel
Training and Education
National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) - Quality education National Association of Scuba Diving Schools (NASDS) - Features integration of equipment, skills and knowledge Technical Diving International (TDI) - Use Mixed Gases for deep exposures, and Nitrox for reduced ongassing at moderate depths National Association for Cave Diving (NACD) - Learn penetration diving the right way Cave Diving Section of the National Speleological Society (NSS/CDS) - Dedicated to preserve and protect the fragile cave environment Divers Alert Network (DAN) - Dive safety information and oxygen training Handicapped Scuba Association (HSA) - They'll train divers and their buddies to deal with physical limitations Verband Deutscher Sporttaucher e.V. (VDST) - In Europe, diving clubs successfully keep people involved with diving! Confederation Mondiale des Activites Subaquatiques (CMAS) - Supports international agency cooperation, and standardization of dive training Professional Scuba Inspector (PSI) - Everything you ought to know about visual cylinder inspection Scuba Tank Explosion - a must-see page with photos of the accident scene of Chris Hawkins Lifeguard Systems, Inc.

76. - Diving Books, Underwater Photography Books And Information Abo
oceanography, geophysics, solar energy and radiation. References and Appendix arealso included. Targeted Audience Technical diver, commercial diver, diving

77. Course Overviews
history of oceanography (people and equipment under water). limitedvisibilitydiving techniques and emergency procedures. Master scuba Diver.
PADI Open Water Diver
The PADI Open Water Diver course teaches student divers the foundational knowledge and skills they need to dive with a buddy, independent of supervision. Classroom, pool and open water sessions are included in this adventure. Open Water Divers are qualified to:
  • Dive with a buddy independent of supervision while applying the knowledge and skills they learn in this course, within the limits of their training and experience. Obtain air fills, scuba equipment and other services. Plan, conduct and log open water no stop (no decompression) dives when properly equipped and when accompanied by a buddy in conditions with which they have training and/or experience.
    Continue their dive training with a specialty dive (Adventure Dive), in the PADI Advanced Open Water program or in PADI Specialty courses.
Course Fee
Scuba Diver Course
The Scuba Diver course is a subcourse within the Open Water Diver course that teaches student divers the foundational knowledge and skills they need to dive under the supervision of a certified divemaster, assistant instructor or instructor. PADI Scuba Divers are qualified to:

in the areas of basic oceanography, marine biology Certificate, Boating License, Scubaqualifications Resuscitation • Skindiving and diving Science • Boating
MARINE INDUSTRY - MARINE COXSWAIN - 2 UNIT KLA: Technological and Applied Studies UAI: Nil Vocational Board Endorsed Course Duration: 1 year TAFE Delivered Offered at: Coffs Harbour TAFE Campus, Maclean TAFE Campus
What will I be doing in this course? This course is for students seeking work as a general purpose hand in the Marine Industry. Modules include: During this course, students will: How will I be assessed? You will have TAFE examinations, practical examinations and "on the job" assessment. How will this course help me in the future? Students may achieve the Maritime Operations Certificate I AQF. Successful completion of the course will also provide the following: Careers relevant to this course include commercial charter operations, diving, eco tourism, commercial fishing, National Parks and Wildlife careers, water police, NSW Waterways, Merchant Marine. What will it cost?

79. Last Updated 27 August 2002
His website cautions divers to Keep diving on a regular basis. Use modern, good scubagear. dive master from the Washington School of oceanography, rates the

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