Submerged, by D Lenihan
Submerged, adventures of America’s most elite underwater archeology Team
by Daniel Lenihan
Daniel Lenihan worked as a diver and park ranger for the US National Park Service since 1972. In 1980 he founded the US National Park Service Submerged Cultural Resources Unit (now SRC) for which he served as their Chief for 20 years. He lead underwater archaeological expeditions in dozens of National Parks, documenting submerged sites and mapping shipwrecks throughout US territories. He also co-authored a sea adventure novel with Gene Hackman, ‘Wake of the Perdido Star‘.
Also included are two National Geographic papers which Ley Kenyon used ihis research in conjunction with Lenihan’s book. They are entitled ‘Excavations of a Byzantine Shipwreck at Yassi Ada, Turkey‘ by Bass and van Doornick, and ‘Underwater Archeological Explorations in Turkey‘ by Bass and Fernald.
Hardback with dust jacket in protective cellophane cover. Mint condition.
Dedicated by the author on the title page: ‘John, Hope you enjoy these tales! Daniel Lenihan’
Central section of 16 pages of colour photographs.
2002, Newmarket Press, New York
288 pages, 165 mm x 216 mm (6.5 in x 8.5 in)
1 in stock
|Dimensions||30 × 20 × 4 cm|