This report details the study of remains of a historic wooden vessel located in Julian Bay on the Stockton Island.
A Submerged Cultural Resources Assessment of the Sunken Fleet of Operation Crossroads at Bikini and Kwajalein Atoll Lagoons.
Channel Islands National Park: A discussion of contemporary nineteenth century wooden shipbuilding practices.
This work lays a firm foundation for future research and protection of the submerged cultural resources of the Channel Islands.
Shipwrecks are one signature of the relationship between man and the ecosystem, demonstrated in the array of sunken vessels in this park.
8SL17: This publication questions the assumptions regarding the natural and cultural processes that affect data-set preservation.
Documentation of the Union blockade ship USS Housatonic, located outside of Charleston Harbor, SC.
In April 1996, the National Park Service led an assessment survey of a vessel purported to be the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley.
This report is the result of a comprehensive underwater research effort conducted at Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior.
Report on the submerged resources of Micronesia generated from the results of numerous underwater projects conducted by SRC in the 1980's.
Specific to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, this document should also be of interest to any scholar of the "Inlands Seas."
This report presents the results of an evaluation and preliminary mapping of Munleon, a WWI laker class vessel lost at Point Reyes in 1931.
This includes line drawings of the hulks of USS Arizona and USS Utah, the largest objects ever mapped underwater, at the time.
A comprehensive discussion of the remote sensing operations and submerged cultural resources of Yellowstone NP.
A study of the remains of a historic industrial mining site and a historic wooden steamboat downstream of the Glen Canyon Dam.
Last updated: December 19, 2016