Ever wonder how maritime archaeologists and oceanographers plan and execute surveys of the ocean floor to discover significant submerged cultural resources? Join Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary’s Phil Hartmeyer on a journey from historical research to shipwreck discovery as he delves into the approach, equipment, and process of locating lost treasures of our maritime past.
Phil Hartmeyer is a maritime archaeologist and unit diving supervisor with Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary contracted by Cardinal Point Captains, joining the research team in 2014. Phil conducts archaeological and historical research to characterize, interpret, and protect sanctuary cultural resources using advanced digital imaging techniques, marine remote sensing, and scientific diving. He is also the TBNMS field coordinator for the mooring buoy program, National Register of Historic Places program, GIS specialist, and a USCG-licensed 50-ton master captain. He has a Bachelors of Arts in Archaeology from Saint Mary’s College of California and a Masters in Maritime Studies from East Carolina University.
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