RMS Titanic and R.J. Walker were the subject of an evening of shipwreck mapping and surveying shop talk in late March at Stockton College in New Jersey. Marine technology experts, marine science students, divers and the public came together to share and review the latest sonar and marine technologies in this fascinating field.
Headlining the event was Dr. James Delgado, NOAA's Director of Maritime Heritage and Steve Nagiewicz, a Stockton alumnus, diver and a teacher at Atlantic City High School.
Delgado, was chief scientist on the first-ever archaeological mapping of Titanic. He is also responsible for administering NOAA's Congressionally and court-directed oversight of the iconic ship.