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Last seen on: –L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Jun 24 2022
The Telegraph – QUICK CROSSWORD NO: 29,480 – Sep 28 2020

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The Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL) is a regional undersea research program within the School of Ocean and Earth Sciences and Technology (SOEST) at University of Hawaii at Manoa, in Honolulu. It is considered one of the more important of the independently run undersea research laboratories in the U.S. HURL operates two deep diving submersibles, the Pisces IV and Pisces V and specializes in supporting scientific ocean research and exploration. HURL is actively involved in monitoring deep-sea ecosystems, including coral habitats and fisheries, and conducts maritime archaeology research including documenting World War II wreckage from the Attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.

The Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory was founded in cooperation with U. S. government’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 1980. HURL became a regional center in NOAA’s National Undersea Research Program (NURP). The University of Hawaii had been donated the submersible Makali’i (formerly Star II), which launched HURL’s science dive program on July 14, 1981, with its first dive into the Oak Crater in Eniwetok Atoll. This three-month long expedition included scientists from the Defense Nuclear Agency, Lawrence Livermore Labs, and the Air Force Weapons Agency to conduct research on the effects of nuclear testing. Since 1981, they spent nearly 9,000 hours underwater around the Pacific Ocean. HURL has facilitated the long-term study of the Lo’ihi submarine volcano since 1987 and has analyzed its unique ecosystem and documented the growth of this new Hawaiian Island including investigation the collapse event in 1996. In 2005, they conducted a five-month expedition from Honolulu, Hawaii to New Zealand along the Tonga-Kermadec arc during which they conducted 78 submersible dives and explored 13 different active volcanoes, 12 of which had never been explored before. In 2011, HURL made the first two-sub dive into Lo’ihi’s pit crater for a National Geographic documentary and celebrated 1,000 dives with the Pisces submersibles.

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