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By Sheri L Arroyo

Even if looking for shipwrecks, new species, or misplaced civilizations below the waters' depths, deep sea divers use math to maintain themselves secure and alive. How Deep Sea Divers Use Math indicates how those underwater explorers use math to delve into the private oceans each day.

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Wet suit—A tight-fitting suit, usually made of a rubber-like material, that is worn by divers. To Learn More Read these books: Covert, Kim. Extreme Diving. : Capstone Press, 2005. Lindop, Laurie. Venturing the Deep Sea. Minneapolis: Twenty-first Century Books, 2006. html Oceans Alive! edu Key Internet search terms: deep sea diving, marine biology, scuba diving, submersible 31 Index Air pressure 12, 16, 17 Air tanks 4, 6, 16, 17, 24 Animals and plants 6, 22, 23, 26, 27 Antarctic research 26–27 Archaeology and archaeologists 20–21 Artifacts 20 Axial Volcano 18–19 Navy divers 24–25 NeMO (New Millennium Observatory) 18–19 Nitrogen 7 Bermuda 9 Body temperature 10, 11 Boscawen (ship) 20–21 Breathing and breathing equipment 4, 16–17, 24 Quadrat sampling 22–23 Coral reefs 6, 9 Depth gauge 12 Depth of ocean 4–5, 13, 14–15 Dry suits 25 Duration of dive 17 Ear pressure 12–13 Earth (planet) 4, 10, 12 Echosounders 15 Horizontal visibility 8, 9 Hypothermia 11 JIM suit 4, 5 Preparation for diving 6–7, 9, 17 Pressure gauge 16 Pressure of water 4, 12, 13, 17 Rumbleometer 18–19 Safety of diving 6, 7, 28 Scuba diving 4, 5, 6–7, 28 Sea floor 14, 15, 18 Sea level 12 Shipwrecks 20–21 Sound waves 14, 15 Southern Ocean 26–27 Square grid 20, 21 Submersibles 5 Sunlit zone 6 Temperature of water 8, 9, 10, 11, 25, 27 Underwater geology 18–19 Konar, Brenda 22, 23 Visibility, underwater 8–9, 26 Volcanoes 18–19 Lake Champlain 21 Learning to dive 28 Weight of water 12 Wet suits 4, 11, 25 Marine biology 22–23 Zones of ocean depth 4–5, 6 About the Author 32 Sheri L.

F, 3). 3. (L, 2). 4. (G, 4). The Boscawen was 70 feet long. Pages 22-23: Marine Biology: 1. 42 starfish (6 x 7 = 42). 2. 44 sea urchins (4 x 11 = 44). 3. 180 snails (9 x 20 = 180). Pages 24-25: Diving for the Navy: 1. They protect against scrapes and stings. They can be used with a hood, boots, and gloves. They provide some protection against body heat loss. 2. Dry suit. 3. Wet suit. 4. It doesn’t allow water in. Pages 26-27: Antarctic Research: 1. August. 2. 39 degrees colder (the difference between -58 degrees at Base #2 and -19 degrees at Base #3).

Lindop, Laurie. Venturing the Deep Sea. Minneapolis: Twenty-first Century Books, 2006. html Oceans Alive! edu Key Internet search terms: deep sea diving, marine biology, scuba diving, submersible 31 Index Air pressure 12, 16, 17 Air tanks 4, 6, 16, 17, 24 Animals and plants 6, 22, 23, 26, 27 Antarctic research 26–27 Archaeology and archaeologists 20–21 Artifacts 20 Axial Volcano 18–19 Navy divers 24–25 NeMO (New Millennium Observatory) 18–19 Nitrogen 7 Bermuda 9 Body temperature 10, 11 Boscawen (ship) 20–21 Breathing and breathing equipment 4, 16–17, 24 Quadrat sampling 22–23 Coral reefs 6, 9 Depth gauge 12 Depth of ocean 4–5, 13, 14–15 Dry suits 25 Duration of dive 17 Ear pressure 12–13 Earth (planet) 4, 10, 12 Echosounders 15 Horizontal visibility 8, 9 Hypothermia 11 JIM suit 4, 5 Preparation for diving 6–7, 9, 17 Pressure gauge 16 Pressure of water 4, 12, 13, 17 Rumbleometer 18–19 Safety of diving 6, 7, 28 Scuba diving 4, 5, 6–7, 28 Sea floor 14, 15, 18 Sea level 12 Shipwrecks 20–21 Sound waves 14, 15 Southern Ocean 26–27 Square grid 20, 21 Submersibles 5 Sunlit zone 6 Temperature of water 8, 9, 10, 11, 25, 27 Underwater geology 18–19 Konar, Brenda 22, 23 Visibility, underwater 8–9, 26 Volcanoes 18–19 Lake Champlain 21 Learning to dive 28 Weight of water 12 Wet suits 4, 11, 25 Marine biology 22–23 Zones of ocean depth 4–5, 6 About the Author 32 Sheri L.

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