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Scientific Diving Expertise

Embark on a journey of scientific exploration with Tritonia’s unparalleled expertise in scientific diving. Our diving initiatives serve as a cornerstone for groundbreaking research, sustaining a wide range of scientific disciplines in complex environments.

Operating as a National Facility and now as Tritonia Scientific Ltd., we contribute unique multidisciplinary datasets that enhance ocean observation systems globally. With a reach spanning the UK, Europe, and the world’s oceans, Tritonia’s scientific diving offers a unique lens into the intricate ecosystems of temperate, tropical, and polar conditions.

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Recent Research Highlights

Explore Tritonia’s recent research, where our scientific diving has played a pivotal role in groundbreaking studies. Diving-based exploration of UK kelp forests revealed insights into carbon assimilation and transfer under a warmer ocean climate, impacting marine ecosystems. In the Chagos Archipelago, photogrammetric techniques estimated coral bleaching levels, aiding conservation. Tritonia’s diving uncovered a new species of filamentous brown algae in the eastern Mediterranean. Underwater photogrammetry improved marine growth estimates on artificial habitats, crucial for future decommissioning efforts. These highlights showcase Tritonia’s commitment to advancing scientific understanding through innovative diving practices.

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News
Underwater 3D imaging helps give deeper understanding of seabed
15/08/2022
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3D Digital Imaging Tech to Map Scottish Seabed
08/08/2022

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Photogrammetry
Coastal Erosion - Machir Bay
Reconstruction of surface topography for monitoring erosion rates
Photogrammetry
Coral Reef Monitoring - Chagos Archipelago
Monitoring of coral accretion and erosion

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