Submerged Resources Center
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In 1976, the Submerged Cultural Resources Unit (known as SCRU) was formed and staffed by underwater archeologists, photographers, and service divers to provide the expertise required by managers of national parks with submerged lands. Renamed the Submerged Resources Center in 1999 to include natural resources, the core mission of the program has remained the same: to inventory and evaluate submerged resources in the National Park System and to assist other agencies, nationally and internationally, with underwater heritage resource issues. Former staff include archeologists Daniel J. Lenihan, Larry Murphy, Toni Carrell, Matthew Russell, and photographer John Brooks.
- Chief Dr. Dave Conlin (who replaced Larry Murphy when he retired in 2009).
- Noted underwater videographer Brett Seymour
- Senior underwater archeologist Bert Ho
- Underwater archeologist Jessica Keller
- Audio/Video production specialist Susanna Pershern
- Office administrator Desiree Sousha
- Underwater archeologist Jeneva Wright
- Nimz, J; Clark, T (2012). "Aquatic Research Opportunities with the National Park Service". In: Steller D, Lobel L, eds. Diving for Science 2012. Proceedings of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences 31st Symposium. ISBN 978-0-9800423-6-8. Retrieved 2013-09-22.
- Lenihan, Daniel (2002). Submerged: Adventures of America's Most Elite Underwater Archeology Team. New York: Newmarket Press. ISBN 1-55704-505-4.