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Museums and Aquariums | Academia | Government and State Agencies
Businesses | Non-Profits| Foundations

Partnerships

Partnerships are a mainstay of the National Marine Sanctuary Program. We work together with educators, researchers, scientists, non-profit organizations, zoos, museums, aquariums, visitor centers, and people like you to get our messages out on the airwaves. Without these partnerships, all of the wonders of the underwater worlds within our sanctuaries would remain a mystery.

Museums and Aquariums

Some of our more visible museum and aquarium partners, who all proudly display exhibits and/or information about the cultural and natural resources of the Monitor National Marine Sanctuary, include:

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Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum

Greenpoint Monitor Museum 

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Hampton Roads Naval Museum

Jennette's Pier

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Nauticus

North Carolina Aquariums

North Carolina Maritime Museum logo Old Coast Guard Station logo

North Carolina Maritime Museums

Old Coast Guard Station

The Mariners' Museum logo

The Mariners' Museum



Academia

Researchers from a variety of universities and other research institutions regularly assist us in evaluating and exploring the reaches of our sanctuary and North Carolina's maritime cultural landscape. These include:

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Duke University

East Carolina University

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Florida Public Archaeology Network

Louisiana State University FACES Laboratory

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North Carolina Sea Grant

North Carolina State Center for Marine Sciences and Technology (CMAST)

Texas A and M University logo UNC Coastal Studies Institute logo

Texas A&M University: Nautical Archaeology

UNC Coastal Studies Institute

The University of Rhode Island logo University of Texas logo

University of Rhode Island

University of Texas: Applied Research Laboratory

University of West Florida logo Woods Hole Oceanographic logo

University of West Florida

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute



Government and State Agencies

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Bureau of Ocean Energy Management

Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement

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Mid-Atlantic Regional Council on Oceans

National Park Service Submerged Resources Center

North Carolina Natural and Cultural Resources logo North Carolina Estuarine logo

North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources

North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve (Hatteras and Beaufort, N.C.)

NC Department of Underwater Archaeology logo NOAA logo

North Carolina Office of State Archaeology

NOAA Ocean Explorer

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United Kingdom's Royal Navy

U.S. Coast Guard

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Naval History and Heritage Command

U.S. Navy Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit Two



Businesses

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2GRobotics

Advanced Underwater Surveys

Bass Pro logo Discovery Diving logo

Bass Pro Shops

Discovery Diving

ESRI logo Roanoke Dive Shop logo

ESRI

Roanoke Island Outfitters and Dive Center

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Rum Runner Dive Shop

SRI International

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Under Pressure Diving



Non-Profits

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Battle of the Atlantic Research and Expedition Group (BAREG)

Project Baseline

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Nautical Archaeology Society



Foundations

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And, where would we be without funding? The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation is one of our staunchest supporters created to assist the federally managed National Marine Sanctuary Program with education and outreach programs designed to preserve, protect and promote meaningful opportunities for public interaction with the nation's marine sanctuaries.

Another key supporter is the USS Monitor Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit organization created to address the long-term funding needs of the USS Monitor Center to include artifact treatment, exhibit revitalization, programs and more.


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