It depends which set of table you use (US Navy, PADI, NAUI, etc.). The pressure groups do not translate from one table another; they all apply different values.
On the US Navy table the answer would be: Group J.Minor correction:
The NAUI tables used the US Navy values up to depths of 130 (the USN tables go to at least 310ft.), where they stopped. But other than a cosmetic reformatting, no data was changed. As stated above, but using the NAUI tables, Group K with a 34 minute surface interval moves you down to group J.
I'll check into what PADI did and provide more data later.
A diver and pressure Group G plans today of 17 m what is the maximum allowable bottom time to the recreational dive plan
Assuming we are using PADI tables and you haven't been making repetitive dives before this dive, after 34 minutes, you would be in group F
Pressure group F.
The final pressure group you would be in is M.
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A group, as a single entity, would be nominal.
a insider group in a insider pressure group and a outsider pressure group is an outsider group ;) done and dusted
yes, it is a pressure group.
Backlash - pressure group - was created in 2005.
Table PG BSAC D Bühlmann E DCIEM D NAUI H NASE H Old Navy H New Navy G PADI/DSAT RDP M SSI H
is N.G.O a pressure group?
According to NAUI's dive tables: 25 Minutes 17 Meters for 23 minutes: Group E 30 Minutes at surface: Still Group E (Would need 55 minutes to go to D) 25 Minutes is your adjusted maximum dive time for up to 18 meters.