Robert J. Walker
Mapping the History and Archaeology of this U.S. Coast Survey Steamship, sunk by collision off the Atlantic City, NJ, shoreline on June 21st 1860. The Walker was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. This project was a collaboration or Community Archaeology Project with NOAA's Office of Maritime Heritage, Stockton University and NJ Wreck Divers. This project resulted in Local and National news coverage, several peer-reviewed articles and a book.
Hidden History of Maritime New Jersey
Stories about iconic and historic NJ Shipwrecks from the Revolutionary War to Present.
Revolutionary War Shipwrecks
Sonar mapping some of the oldest known shipwrecks in NJ. The Battle of Chestnut Neck 1778
Using Technology to understand shipwrecks and the people who sailed on them and why?
Understanding our oceans and atmosphere and how we interact with them. We explore the subjects of; Oceanography-Marine Biology-Geology-Meteorology...and more.
The Science of how people affect the Environment. Populations-human health-pollution-global warming-weather-ecology.
Using side scan sonar to track migrating marine life-Horseshoe Crabs