If you google underwater habitat this is what you get

The moonpool of underwater habitat Hydrolab
Moonpool of Hydrolab

Google underwater base or underwater habitat and you will arrive on our fantastic page. Here you can learn many things that are related to the underwater world from underwater hotels to yellow submarine.

Surely one of the most complicated areas of an underwater habitat for human occupation is the underwater habitat entrance. It is the local water-air interface, vulnerable to changes in pressure by tidal movements on the surface of the sea. Its hatches have to bare potential pressure differences between the habitat interior and the surrounding water. No object that is only a little bigger than the greatest diameter of the entrance can be brought into the underwater habitat. It is constantly wet and humid and the only gateway for medical assistance. But to see in detail let’s have a look at the different sections of the underwater habitat entrance complex. Continue reading “If you google underwater habitat this is what you get”

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21. Sualt? Bilim ve Teknoloji Toplant?s?

16-17 Kas?m 2018 tarihleri aras?nda, “Kemer Deniz Bilimleri Haftas? 2018” kapsam?nda düzenlenecek olan 21. Sualt? Bilim ve Teknoloji Toplant?s?’nda, “Deniz ara?t?rmalar?nda kullanmak üzere ?nsanl? Sualt? ?stasyonlar?” ba?l?kl? konu alt?nda Mart taraf?ndan sözlü sunum yap?lacak.

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HUNUC

The following article was published by CalamarPark on Wikipedia in German. Feel free to correct grammar mistakes of this translation and publish it on Wikipedia in English. The illustration has also been made available by CalamarPark and is accessible on Wikimedia under the Creative Commons Licence [CC BY-SA 4.0].

HUNUC (abbreviation for Habitat of the University of Natal Underwater Club) was South Africas first underwater laboratory. However, the facility was destroyed shortly after its positioning due to conceptual errors and bad weather conditions. Continue reading “HUNUC”

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Underwater Navigation

The danger of excursion divers getting lost have always been a major concern in underwater habitats. According to their webpage the Dive Tracker consists of a sender and a tracker. From a distance of up to 4000ft (?1300m) divers can easily track the direction of the sender’s signal and return to their safe location. Costs: from 1200USD per set. (Homepage Dive Tracker).

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