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Underwater in America's National Parks

Yellowstone National Park

Photo by Brett Seymour

An NPS Diver examines dormant geothermal spires in Yellowstone Lake believed by geologists to be 11-13,000 years old. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.

National Park of American Samoa

Photo by Brett Seymour

The vibrant reef lies just inches below the surface at Ofu Beach, American Samoa. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.

American Memorial Park, Saipan

Photo by Louis Lamar

NPS Photographer Brett Seymour films a Japanese Aichi E13A WWII torpedo bomber, also know as a “Jake”, in Tanapag Lagoon, Saipan. 

Photo by Louis Lamar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

American Memorial Park, Saipan

Photo by Brett Seymour

An American WWII M4 Sherman tank rests silently in the shallows of Tanapag Lagoon, Saipan. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.

Isle Royale National Park

Photo by Brett Seymour

NPS Archeologist Dave Conlin explores the prop of the SS Henry Chisholm resting at 145’ in the frigid waters of Lake Superior. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.


Dry Tortugas National Park

Photo by Brett Seymour

A baby loggerhead hatchling struggles for open water in the shadow of Fort Jefferson. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.

Channel Islands National Park

Photo by Brett Seymour

The vivid garibaldi swims among the kelp forest off Anacapa Island. 

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.


World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument

Photo by Brett Seymour

NPS Diver Susanna Pershern investigates the 14” guns of the USS Arizona, Pearl Harbor Hawaii.  

Photo by Brett Seymour, NPS Submerged Resources Center.


Underwater in America's National Parks