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Scientists solve mystery of US Civil War submarine

By | 2017-08-25T17:17:32+00:00 August 25, 2017|Maritime Archaeology, Search Inc., Shipwreck Discoveries|

The Hunley in preservation tank. Credit: Friends of the Hunley Researchers say they’ve solved one of the most enduring mysteries of the American Civil War: what caused the puzzling demise of the H.L. Hunley, [...]

New Map Reveals Ships Buried Below San Francisco

By | 2017-06-03T23:31:28+00:00 June 3, 2017|Books, California shipwrecks, Maritime Archaeology, Shipwreck Discoveries|

Cartographers are still putting the finishing touches on the new map, which will appear in the visitors’ center at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. MAP COURTESY SAN FRANCISCO MARITIME NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK [...]

Dr. James Delgado Joins SEARCH as Senior Vice President

By | 2017-04-27T01:49:30+00:00 April 27, 2017|Lectures, Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Search Inc., Shipwreck Discoveries, Speaking Engagements|

The quest to learn about the past continues in a new role After a seven-year long tenure at NOAA's National Marine Sanctuaries as Director of Maritime Heritage, in Maryland, Jim has taken up a position [...]

Haunting photos of Japanese mini-submarine sunk during Pearl Harbor attack

By | 2016-12-10T17:44:01+00:00 December 10, 2016|Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Shipwreck Expeditions, Technology, U.S. Navy|

Haunting photos of Japanese mini-submarine sunk during Pearl Harbor attack From the website: by Rob Verger The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released photographs of a Japanese mini-submarine that was sunk at the very beginning [...]

Watch Live: Searching for Japanese Midget Submarine in Pearl Harbor

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:25+00:00 December 4, 2016|Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Shipwreck Expeditions, Technology|

As part of the December 2016 expedition aboard NOAA's ship Okeanos Explorer, a team of scientists will examine the Japanese midget submarine sunk prior to the aerial attack by the crew of USS Ward [...]

James Delgado and Michel L’Hour: underwater cultural heritage needs more protection

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:26+00:00 September 21, 2016|Lectures, Maritime Archaeology, Speaking Engagements|

James Delgado and Michel L’Hour James Delgado and Michel L’Hour: underwater cultural heritage needs more protection From the UNESCO website: The two renowned archaeologists will speak at the UNESCO conference in Paris, Sept. [...]

(Videos) Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:26+00:00 August 22, 2016|Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Shipwreck Discoveries, Videos|

Video: Adventures of a Maritime Archaeologist, Courtesy Ocean Today - NOAA Jim gives a quick overview of maritime archaeology, the connection we have with ships and the sea, and the importance of preserving [...]

Video of shipwreck near Point Arena yields ‘twisted garden of steel’

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:26+00:00 August 22, 2016|California shipwrecks, Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Shipwreck Discoveries|

The SS Dorothy Wintermotes engine skylight. Ocean Exploration Trust - NOAA Media releases news about the Dorothy Wintermote shipwreck Jim, Dr. Robert Ballard and others have been surveying aboard Nautilus off the California [...]

Watch live satellite feed of Nautilus wreck expedition

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:26+00:00 August 19, 2016|Maritime Archaeology, Shipwreck Expeditions|

Features on an historic photo of USS Independence CVL 22 are captured in a three-dimensional (3D) low-resolution sonar image of the shipwreck in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The Coda Octopus Echoscope 3D sonar, [...]

(VIDEO) Jim talks to the Explorers Institute

By | 2016-12-05T22:22:26+00:00 August 18, 2016|Maritime Archaeology, NOAA, Shipwreck Expeditions, Videos|

Jim talks with the Explorers Institute while in San Francisco. Watch Jim's "fireside chat" with the Explorers Institute in San Francisco. (Note: there are intermittent audio difficulties) Check out more Explorers Institute videos [...]