Help us to outline the profile of scientific divers and the main methodologies they apply. Results of this survey will be public available to improve and update the training of scientific divers, to enhance international collaborations and increase safety at work.
Please fill the questionnaire within the 31th of January, 2019. It will take few minutes.
The following experts contributed to the formulation of the questionnaire and / or its dissemination:Massimo Ponti (University of Bologna, Reef Check Italia onlus and Italian Association of Scientific Divers, Italy)Carlo Cerrano (Polytechnic University of Marche, Reef Check Italia onlus and Italian Association of Scientific Divers, Italy)Eva Turicchia (University of Bologna, Reef Check Italia onlus and Italian Association of Scientific Divers, Italy)Leo Lai Chan (Sea Dweller Underwater Academy, State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution, City University of Hong Kong)Carlo Beltrame (Ca Foscari Unversity of Venice and Federazione Archeologi Subacquei, Italy)Pedro Neves and Paulo Diougo (Associacao Portuguesa de Mergulho Cientifico, Portugal)Piotr Bałazy (Institute of Oceanology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)Yiannos Mylonas (University of Cyprus)Giorgio Caramanna (GeoAqua, MA USA)Shimrit Perkol-Finkel (ECOncrete, Israel)Stefano Acunto (International School for Scientific Diving, Italy)Jouni Leinikki (Finnish Scientific Diving Steering Association, Finland)Alessandro Marroni and Massimo Pieri (DAN Europe)Pasquale Longobardi (Società Italiana di Medicina Subacquea e Iperbarica)
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