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AAUS Pool Skills

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

AAUS Swim Test (must pass on first day of class, no swim aids allowed) 1)    400 yd swim in under 12 min. 2)    25 yd underwater swim (** practice this under supervision) 3)    10 min tread water 4)    25 yd swimmer transport -  Skin Skills (in pool, then ocean) 1)    Weight belt R&R= removal and replacement (surface and at depth – […]

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Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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Thursday, July 24th, 2014

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AAUS MLML/CSU Summer Intensive Research Diving Course

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

  See attached document for 2014 AAUS MLML/CSU Summer Intensive Research Diving Class information

CPR, First Aid and Oxygen administration certification Course

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

These are offered periodically, email for more details.

MS 273 Subtidal Marine Ecology

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

MS 273 Marine Ecology of the Gulf of California Algae (Padina concrescens, Sargassum sinicola) at Isla Sin Nombre Instructor: Diana Steller MLML DSO, Diana Steller Instructor: Jim Harvey Instructor: Ivano Aiello MS 273 Marine Ecology of the Gulf of California (Spring 2011) Photos MS 273: Marine Environmental Studies of the Gulf of California   4 Units A comparative […]

MS 272 Subtidal Ecology

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

A sunflower star, Pycnopodia helianthoides, is a large predatory sea star. Kelp Rockfish at Hopkins State Marine. MS 272: Subtidal Ecology   4 Units  The ecology of nearshore rocky subtidal populations and communities with emphasis on kelp forests. Lectures and discussions of original literature. Fieldwork with SCUBA including group projects on underwater research techniques and community analysis, and […]

MS 105

Friday, June 10th, 2011

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MS 105 student conducts a surveys at Hopkins off of the permanent transect. This course is designed to familiarize certified recreational divers with scientific diving techniques, and to qualify participants to dive under the auspices of MLML and the CSU and other AAUS institutions. The topics covered include diving physics, physiology, decompression, nitrox, night […]

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