Electronic diving data collection during Monitor expedition 2001

@article{Southerland2002ElectronicDD,
  title={Electronic diving data collection during Monitor expedition 2001},
  author={D. Southerland and D. L. Davidson},
  journal={OCEANS '02 MTS/IEEE},
  year={2002},
  volume={2},
  pages={908-912 vol.2}
}
The USS Monitor is a famous iron-clad ship that fought in the America Civil War and sunk during a storm off the coast of North Carolina in 1862. Since 1973, when its location was identified, several organizations have surveyed the wreck and recovered artifacts. In the summers of 2000 and 2001, the U.S. Navy participated with the National Oceanic and Aeronautics Association (NOAA) in a set of historical preservation dives on the Monitor. The U.S. Navy used recently modified Surface Supplied… Expand
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