Join underwater archaeologists from Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary as they explore the shipwreck of the Montana, a wooden freighter from the late 1800s that burned and sank in Thunder Bay. Today, the shipwreck is one of over 200 shipwrecks in "Shipwreck Alley," an area of northern Lake Huron known for extreme weather and dangerous shoals. During the webcasts, viewers will be able to interact live with divers 70 ft (21 m) below the research vessel by submitting e-mail questions here on the Immersion Live webpage. All three webcasts will take place live from the wreck, exploring the maritime history and archaeology of the site, but each one will approach the wreck differently, looking at underwater research techniques, diving technology, and invasive species in the Great Lakes.

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