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The Ohio Department of Natural Resources completed a study using SONAR side-scan and GPS technology to turn up possible locations for shipwrecks, according to Constance J. Livchak of the Geological Survey branch of ODNR.
Livchak, a former Lorain resident, said this was the first public use of the technologies in the lake, and it resulted in the discovery of several potential wrecks.
"It was a success," Livchak
``The trailways idea is to promote Lake Erie, hopefully without making people uncomfortable,'' said Constance Livchak, supervisor of the Division of Geologic Survey with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. ``It's not a boundary, where there's a box.
The Division of Geologic Survey is using sonar equipment to learn more about Ohio's wreck sites, Livchak
said during an exploration of a 1911 shipwreck off Kelleys Island.
Project Manager: Constance ...
Project Manager: Constance Livchak, Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Madison Messenger - Lake Erie shipwreck pilot study now report available for purchase
"Locating and identifying Lake Erie's cultural resources helps us preserve our maritime heritage," said Constance Livchak, supervisor of the Lake Erie Geology Group.
AIPG Ohio Section President: Constance Livchak
...AIPG Ohio Section President: Constance Livchak
April 2005 - St. John's Dam
,This mapping plays a critical role by providing us a physical framework from which we can better understand the biological and chemical changes that may occur as a result of the St. John's dam removal,, said Connie Livchak, geology program manager with the ODNR Lake Erie Geology Group.