Dr. Guy Meadows (left) and Chris Pinnow (right) of Michigan Technological University discuss sonar imagery with Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Research Coordinator John Bright (center). The image shown on the computer screen is from the site believed to be Choctaw. Acoustic data was collected via an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) operated by MTU during field operations in June, 2017. Source: Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary/NOAA.

Dr. Guy Meadows (left) and Chris Pinnow (right) of Michigan Technological University (MTU) discuss sonar imagery with Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary Research Coordinator John Bright (center). The image shown on the computer screen is from the site believed to be Choctaw. Acoustic data was collected via an AUV operated by MTU during field operations in June, 2017. Image courtesy of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary/NOAA. Download larger image (jpg, 7.0 MB)

 

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