Scientific diving: a general code of practice, Parts 64-996
Nicholas Coit Flemming, World Confederation of Underwater Activities, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
UNESCO Publishing, 1996 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
Compiled under the auspices of the World Underwater Federation, this code provides guidance on safe practice under varying experimental and environmental conditions, recommendations on administrative practices, insurance, terms of employment, medical and training standards, dive planning, safety with different breathing gases and systems and expedition planning. A detailed bibliography, addresses of experts and a number of other useful appendices close this valuable reference for legislators, diving officers, administrators, heads of laboratories and individual divers. The World Biodiversity Database Series on CD-ROM A unique computer-based information system comprising easy-to-understand, user-friendly interactive cd-roms for specialists and the general public. Provides an important thesaurus for scientific research, monitoring studies, nature conservation and environmental projects, as well as marine and agricultural activities. It has been elaborated by specialists and co-ordinated by the Expert-Center for Taxonomic Identification (ETI) of the University of Amsterdam and UNESCO.
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