Thunder Bay: Live Webcasts September 12

How do you find shipwrecks and underwater sites?  What tools do archaeologists use to find and then document these mysteries beneath the waves?  Join scientists live from Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary as they explore site in the waters of Lake Huron September 12, 2008.  Three live broadcasts highlight three field projects from the 2008 field season.  Half-hour broadcasts take place at 10:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm EST.  Viewers can submit questions for expedition scientists to answer during the programs. 

Learn more about the unique qualities of underwater sinkholes scientists are exploring in Thunder Bay. See the cutting edge technology archaeologists use to find shipwrecks and map new areas of Lake Huron bottom lands.  Meet divers documenting an undisturbed shipwreck over 200 feet below the surface in the cold, dark waters of Thunder Bay.

The live broadcasts will take you along on a voyage of discovery together with scientists studying shipwrecks, sinkholes, and underwater robots.  So tune in at or here at for more information about this expedition. 

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JASON Learning: A Partnership of Sea Research Foundation and National Geographic