James P. DelgadoJames Preston Delgado, Ph.D. (born January 11, 1958) is a maritime archaeologist, historian, maritime preservation expert, author, television host, and explorer.
Delgado is a maritime archaeologist who has spent nearly four decades in underwater exploration. A veteran of over 100 shipwreck investigations around the world, his work has included , USS Independence (CVL-22), USS Conestoga (1861), , , ''Sub Marine Explorer'', the buried Gold Rush ships of San Francisco, the atomic bomb test fleet at Bikini Atoll, the slave ship Clotilda, and Khubilai Khan's legendary lost fleet.
Dr. Delgado's long career has included heading a major maritime museum, leading both the National Park Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s maritime heritage programs, giving numerous academic and public presentations, teaching at several universities, and sharing his expertise in hundreds of televisions documentaries as well as answering global media calls on shipwreck-related stories. He also pioneered the standards and guidelines for the U.S. government’s [https://www.nps.gov/history/index.htm National Park Service’s National Historic Landmark Studies] to preserve maritime shipwrecks and cultural land sites as designated, protected areas. In addition, he is the author of over 200 academic articles, and more than 33 books. He also edited the first [https://www.amazon.ca/Encyclopedia-Underwater-Maritime-Archaeology-Executive/dp/0300074271 encyclopaedia of underwater and maritime archaeology].
A native of San Jose, California, the son of firefighter and a homemaker, he grew up next to San Francisco Bay, with summer visits to his grandparents’ home on Puget Sound in Washington that alternated with his other grandparent's summer home on California's Clear Lake. From an early age, he was drawn to both the water and to the past. Provided by Wikipedia
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Submerged cultural resource assessment : Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, and Point Reyes National Seashore /
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Submerged cultural resources assessment : Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, and Point Reyes National Seashore /
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