Fall 2016 - In this edition of Monitor E-Notes: Sanctuary News and Events, learn about this summer's Battle of the Atlantic Expedition where researchers explored U-576 and SS Bluefields for the first time. Read the story of Louis Segal, a 92-year-young Merchant Seaman and WWII Veteran who joined the researchers to give a personal perspective on the expedition. Educators discover and download our latest free curriculum, Maritime Archaeology: Discovering and Exploring Shipwrecks. In this edition, you will also learn more about our ANCHOR Program and the numerous outreach events we supported throughout the summer and fall. And you won't want to miss the article explaining the deeply personal connection some Monitor artifacts have to the crew. This month, you will also meet Joe Hoyt, one of our maritime archaeologists.
Summer 2016 - In this edition of Monitor E-Notes: Sanctuary News and Events, read how avocational divers helped in the mapping of F.W. Abrams and see which dive shops are now ANCHOR certified. In addition, read about the conservation efforts made this summer to further preserve the Monitor's turret. Learn more about Mallows Bay and the sanctuary nomination process, checkout our upcoming outreach events, download a copy of the new Earth is Blue magazine and meet one of our staff, Will Sassorossi, a Maritime Archaeologist. This edition also features our North Carolina Shipwreck Photo Contest, so be sure to learn how to submit your photos.
Spring 2016 - In this edition of Monitor E-Notes: Sanctuary News and Events, read about new technology used to map the Monitor and see some beautiful underwater images of this iconic shipwreck. In addition, read about our newly chosen "Volunteer of the Year." This edition also features: 10 ways to get into your sanctuary, a spotlight on sanctuary staff member, Tane Casserley, happenings in education and outreach, and a look at our new shipwreck website launched on April 1.
Summer 2015 - In the inaugural edition of Monitor E-Notes: Sanctuary News and Events, read about our new ANCHOR Program that was recently launched to promote ethical diving on shipwrecks. Learn how NOAA and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) collaborated to conduct an archaeological survey within the Maryland Wind Energy Area... and so much more.