German activity in cold water scientific diving


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jlaudien [ at ] awi-bremerhaven.de

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The goal of this presentation is to give a brief overview over the German activity in cold water scientific diving. First, we will outline the requirements for scientific diving under German legislation. Secondly, two locations where much of the cold water diving is performed will be described, Kongsfjord in Spitsbergen (Arctic) and Potter Cove at King George Island (Antarctic). Some examples of scientific projects will be presented.



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Cold water diving for science : American Academy of Underwater Sciences proceedings of the 21st Annual Scientific Diving Symposium ; September 19 - 23, 2001, Alaska Sealife Center, Seward, Alaska / Stephen C. Jewett, ed. Fairbanks, Alaska : Univ. of Alas.
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4747
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Bluhm, B. , Iken, K. , Laudien, J. and Lippert, H. (2001): German activity in cold water scientific diving , Cold water diving for science : American Academy of Underwater Sciences proceedings of the 21st Annual Scientific Diving Symposium ; September 19 - 23, 2001, Alaska Sealife Center, Seward, Alaska / Stephen C. Jewett, ed. Fairbanks, Alaska : Univ. of Alas .


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