Binder 7: Photographs and Images

 

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Creation Date

12-1-1981

Keywords

Biology, Marine Biology--Research, Coral reefs and islands--Caribbean Sea, Environmental laboratories, Marine biologists, Saturation diving

Type

Image

Date

December 1981

Abstract

Photograph of a diver, wearing a life vest, in the lock-out chamber of Hydrolab, an underwater laboratory located on the seafloor which allowed scientists to live and work underwater for extended periods of time. The lock-out chamber is an underwater airlock which allowed divers to enter and exit Hydrolab. At the time of the photograph, Hydrolab was located at a depth of approximately 50 feet in Salt River submarine canyon, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Description

2 x 2 inches cardboard projector slide with Kodachrome 35mm photographic film in the center of the slide to produce an image

Subject: geographic

Virgin Islands of the United States -- Saint Croix

Genre

Slides (Photography)

Format

jpeg

Holding Location

University of South Florida

Physical Collection

Dr. John Ogden Caribbean and Coral Reef collection

Keywords

Biology, Marine Biology--Research, Coral reefs and islands--Caribbean Sea, Environmental laboratories, Marine biologists, Saturation diving

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