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Prof. Charles D. Beeker

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Phone: (812) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.edu
Indiana University
107 E 6Th Street
Bloomington , Indiana 47408
United States

Company Description: Indiana University is one of the oldest state universities in the Midwest and also one of the largest universities in the United States with more than 110,000...   more

Employment History

  • Underwater Researcher and Archaeologist
    Indiana University
  • Teacher
    Indiana University
  • Director of Office of Underwater Science
  • Director of Academic Diving and Underwater Science Programs
  • Researcher and Archeologist
  • Director of the Office
    Underwater Science Ltd
  • Director, Underwater Science and Academic Diving Program
    Indiana University Bloomington
  • Director of Academic Diving and Underwater Science Programs
    IU Bloomington's School of Health , Physical Education and Recreation
  • Director, Office of Underwater Science
    IU Bloomington's School of Health , Physical Education and Recreation

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee
189 Total References
Web References
Calendar : WGCL Radio, 24 April 2014 [cached]
Featured speaker will be Dr. Charles D. Beeker, noted Indiana University underwater researcher and archaeologist who has led dive teams in the discovery and exploration of historic shipwrecks off the coast of the U.S. and in the Caribbean, including investigations of the mysteries surrounding Columbus' arrival in the New World.
"When I first looked down and ..., 14 Dec 2007 [cached]
"When I first looked down and saw it, I couldn't believe everybody missed it for 300 years," said Charles Beeker, a scuba-diving archaeologist who teaches at Indiana University."I've been on thousands of wrecks and this is one of the first where it's been untouched by looters."Beeker said the wreckage has been aggressively sought by treasure hunters, including a group with a permit from the Dominican government to scour Catalina for remnants of the ship, which historians believe was scavenged of treasure and burned shortly after Kidd abandoned it.
"We believe this is a living museum," said Beeker, who has previously helped the Dominican government open underwater parks that feature cannons, jar fragments and other items recovered from early 18th-century shipwrecks.
Professor Charles Beeker is ..., 13 Mar 2015 [cached]
Professor Charles Beeker is the director of the school's Office of Underwater Science and Educational Resources (USER) and also a member of the Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Committee, part of NOAA. He has directed numerous shipwreck projects in the US and Caribbean and is a pioneer in preserving wreck sites as underwater museums. In addition to his extensive knowledge and experience in the history behind these submerged time capsules, he is also an accomplished diver.
According to Beeker, it is a unique example of 17th century ship construction.
News, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
Charles Beeker of IU said his team has been licensed to study the wreckage and convert the site into an underwater preserve for the public. It is remarkable that the wreck has remained undiscovered all these years given its location, just 70 feet off the coast of Catalina Island in the Dominican Republic in less than 10 feet of seawater. "I've been on literally thousands of shipwrecks in my career," Beeker said.
Charles Beeker is director ..., 20 May 2014 [cached]
Charles Beeker is director of IU's Office of Underwater Science and Academic Diving. He's currently in the Dominican Republic overseeing research that's part of his more than two decades of work in the region.
Beeker said explorer Barry Clifford's discovery of a shipwreck off adjacent Haiti's northern coast that could be the Santa Maria looks "very compelling.
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