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Needs Assessment and Scoping Study for Sinking Ships as Diving Sites in Puget Sound

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Needs Assessment and Scoping Study for Sinking Ships as Diving Sites in Puget Sound; 2008; OFR; 2008-1020; Rubin, Steve; Grossman, Eric; Koontz, Lynne; Paulson, Anthony; Sexton, Natalie; Reisenbichler, Reg

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BACKGROUND There is growing interest in starting a program to sink ships in Puget Sound to create one or more underwater dive sites. Experience in other parts of the world has indicated that sunken vessels are highly popular with divers and could provide a basis for increased recreation and attraction of out-of-state divers with attendant economic benefits to the State. The Washington State legislature reviewed this possibility during the 2006 session and determined that more information is required before the legislature could determine if this activity is feasible or desirable. The legislature directed several State agencies to undertake a preliminary study of the feasibility. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW, [...]

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