The Rubicon Research Repository (RRR) is a collection of physiology publications. Digitization of documents increases their accessibility and facilitates collaboration. Wikipedia, an Internet-based and user-edited encyclopedia, does not greatly differ from Encyclopaedia Britannica in the accuracy of articles . Wikipedia was one of two end sites most commonly providing correct answers to Google searches on unfamiliar medical topics . We utilize our collection of documents and images through Wikipedia, to increase the accuracy and reliability of articles related to environmental physiology and medicine. Since Wikipedia is a likely source of information, it has increased RRR traffic making our resources more widely available .
 Giles J. Internet encyclopaedias go head to head. Nature. 2005 Dec 15;438(7070):900-1.
 Johnson PT, Chen JK, Eng J, Makary MA, Fishman EK. A comparison of world wide web resources for identifying medical information. Acad Radiol. 2008 Sep;15(9):1165-72.
 Li JH, Hobbs GW. The Use of Wikipedia for Increasing Awareness About Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Undersea and Hyperbar Med 2009; 36(4): 253 RRR ID: 8232
In addition to providing proper references to existing articles, below are articles that have been created by our team.
* Aerospace Medical Association
* Divers Alert Network
* National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology
* Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory
* Rubicon Foundation, Inc.
* South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society
* Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society
* United States Navy Experimental Diving Unit
* Michael C. Barnette
* Albert R. Behnke
* George F. Bond
* Albert A. Buhlmann
* William Paul Fife
* Steve Lewis (diver)
* Willard Franklyn Searle
* Charles Wesley Shilling
* Arne Zetterstrom
* Florida’s Shipwrecks
* Isobaric counterdiffusion
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Australian In-water Recompression Table
Hawaiian In-water Recompression Table
Pyle In-water Recompression Table
Clipperton In-water Recompression Tables
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Professor AA Buhlmann
First published as: Vollm, Ernst B.; Gotte, Georg (1994). “Leading diving researcher dies unexpectedly: Albert A Buhlmann, 1923 – 1994″. Pressure, newsletter of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society 23 (3): 1-3. ISSN 0889-0242. Bret C Gilliam
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