This is the list of the ten most downloaded files from the Rubicon Research Repository in 2008.
10. Eatock, BC; Nishi, RY. Procedures for Doppler Ultrasonic Monitoring of Divers for Intravascular Bubbles. Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine (DCIEM™) Technical Report DCIEM-86-C-25 RRR ID: 7899
9. DCIEM. Defence Research and Development Canada Doppler Demonstration Tapes. 1986. RRR ID: 7900
8. Richardson, D; Menduno, M; Shreeves, K. (eds.) 1996. Proceedings of Rebreather Forum 2.0. Diving Science and Technology, Santa Ana, CA. RRR ID: 7555
7. Mitchell SJ, Doolette DJ, Wachholz CJ, Vann RD (eds.). 2005. Management of Mild or Marginal Decompression Illness in Remote Locations Workshop Proceedings. Durham NC: Divers Alert Network. 240 pages. RRR ID: 5523
6. Acott, CJ. (2001) 457 Equipment incident reports. South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society Journal 31(4) RRR ID: 7743
5. Pollock NW, Uguccioni DM, Dear GdeL, eds. Diabetes and recreational diving: guidelines for the future. Proceedings of the UHMS/ DAN 2005 June 19 Workshop. Durham, NC: Divers Alert Network; 2005. RRR ID: 5538
4. Vann RD, Pollock NW and Denoble PJ. Rebreather Fatality Investigation. In: NW Pollock and JM Godfrey (Eds.) The Diving for Science…2007, Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS), Twenty-sixth annual Scientific Diving Symposium, University of Miami, Miami, FL. RRR ID: 6997
3. Hamilton RW, R. Dunford, M.P. Spencer, and D. Richardson. 1994. Development and validation of no-stop decompression procedures for recreational diving : the DSAT recreational dive planner. : Hamilton Research. RRR ID: 4228
2. Acott CJ. 1999. Oxygen toxicity: A brief history of oxygen in diving. South Pacific Underwater Medicine Society Journal 29(3) RRR ID: 6014
and thanks to Cambridge University Press, number one appears 100 years after it was first published:
1. Boycott AE, Damant GCC, Haldane JS. The prevention of compressed air illness. J Hyg. 1908;8:342–443. RRR ID: 7489 NOTE: Permission was granted to The Rubicon Foundation, Inc and this paper should NOT be added to your own web site. Violation of this “trust” will make it harder for us to deal with this and other publishers going forward.