“152-year-old shipwreck found on Lake Huron Chicago Tribune Trotter, 72, who lives in the Detroit suburb of Canton, Michigan, has found more than 100 shipwrecks on the Great Lakes over the last four decades.”
“Exploring shipwrecks in the Gulf of Finland Red Bull (International) Lying on the seabed at a depth of 60m lay the undisturbed remains of the Pallada, one of the first battleships to go down during the First World War almost exactly 100 years ago.”
“Dunes shipwreck named nature preserve Post-Tribune For more on the J.D. Marshall Nature Preserve at the Indiana Dunes State Park, go to www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2980.htm, and click on the link for the PDF on the preserve.”
Porter Co. shipwreck site poised to be state's first underwater preserve nwitimes.com The wreck was discovered in 1979 by an early explorer of Lake Michigan shipwrecks, Molnar said.
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Our own Dr. Kira Kaufmann was instrumental in the research and documentation of these wrecks.
After 25 years since its first official survey, the historic shipwreck and archaeological site, the J. D. Marshall will be designated the very first Underwater Preserve in the Southern Lake Michigan basin. Shipwrecks, like the wrecks of the J. D. Marshall, which happened over one hundred years ago, are memorials to Indiana’s maritime history. The site was re-surveyed in 2011 and efforts have been in motion since to provide conservation with public access to the site.
Shipwrecks Could Qualify Lake Minnetonka as a National Maritime Historical ... Patch.com “You can have shipwrecks as part of a historical district, it doesn't have to be just shipwrecks,” Merriman said.
Probably having heard the recent media hoopla about the Sevengill sharks at La Jolla Cove, Eli Martinez, editor of Shark Diver Magazine, came to La Jolla Cove earlier this month, to dive with them--an.
Discovering the thrill of scuba diving can be life changing. There's just something so electrifying about breathing underwater and exploring the unknown! Without the diving equipment available today, however, recreational ...
“A warming, more acidic ocean. Grounded ships and heavy fishing nets. Coral reefs face a lot of threats from humans. For these tiny animals that build their own limestone homes underwater, oil spills may add insult to injury.”
“Improving the limitations of current scuba diving system, designer Adam Wendel has come up with a futuristic device named the “Immersed Senses” that changes the way the diver sees, hears, and breathes underwater, allowing them to become a part of....”
“This Fish Gave The World's Best Side Eye To A Scuba Diver Huffington Post This awesome photo from Australia's Great Barrier Reef shows a scuba diver and a tropical fish with the same expression of surprise.”
“Shipwreck site dedicated as state's first underwater preserve nwitimes.com CHESTERTON | Indiana officials dedicated the state's first ever underwater preserve at the Indiana Dunes State Park Monday at the site of the shipwreck of the J.D.”
Youths explore Lake Michigan shipwreck with underwater robots Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The remotely operated underwater vehicles, or ROVs, were put into the lake during Discovery World's seventh annual "Eyes in the Deep" shipwreck exploration...
The most celebrated shipwreck is that of Keith Tibbetts, a 330 foot Russian Brigadier Type II frigate that was sunk in 1996 by the Cayman Islands government as an artificial reef and recreational dive site attraction.
Google Recruits Divers, Developers for Underwater Street View PC Magazine SAN FRANCISCO—Google and the Catlin Seaview Survey want you to strap on a scuba tank and start snapping underwater pictures with your Android phone to help save the world's...
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