Researchers now creating new 3-D images of historical shipwrecks
Marine archaeologists are diving deep into Lake Huron's past by creating 3-D images of the many shipwrecks resting far below the surface, giving researchers and the public a far more detailed look at these hidden historical treasures than traditional photos or video can provide.
Protecting the Great Lakes and their rich maritime history through research, education and resource protection. The sanctuary works to ensure that future generations can enjoy these underwater treasures.
Following a multi-year public process, the sanctuary has expanded from 448 square miles to 4,300 square miles. Read more here.
Learn more about the process of sanctuary expansion and access related documentshere.
Join the Huron Pines 2016 AmeriCorps Team!
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary is STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS as a Huron Pines AmeriCorps host site for an Education and Outreach Specialist. The application deadline has been extended and will remain open until the position is filled.
Applications and full position description available at: