With stories, a few slides, and some humor, I love to share my fascination with why we explore, and why Exploration is not "Out There",
Follow the links below for articles on scientific projects Eric has participated in, and presentations he has given.
"The Flagler College Lecture Series begins Sept. 25 with Eric Smith, dive master and medic for NASA's High Lakes Expedition"
"Have you ever wondered what it would be like to dive for priceless treasures? On
Saturday, October 16, marine archaeological diver Eric Smith visits The Franklin
The Daily Life of the Divers in the Team of Franck Goddio
"Eric Wartenweiler Smith, ist ein Veteran archäologischen Taucher für das Europäische Institut für Unterwasserarchäologie, als Teil des Teams von legendären..."
Presentations by Eric
The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.
The Museum of Science and History,
Ft. Worth Texas
The North West Museum of Arts and Culture, Spokane Washington
The Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany
The Monterrey Planetarium, Monterrey, Mexico
The Explorers Club, Philadelphia and South Florida Chapters
Flagler College, St. Augustine Florida
North Idaho College, Coeur d'Alene , Idaho
The History of Diving Museum, Islamorada, Florida
Is this lost city a glimpse into the future?
"When CNN visited Goddio’s research vessel we asked diver Eric Wartenweiler Smith what it was like to work in this underwater world in the shadow of a bustling metropolis"
Sunken City's Treasures Revealed
"Just after a couple of dives, we discovered so many objects" said diver Eric Smith.
Spectacular finds of lost city revealed
Team diver Eric Smith described the site as "rich and amazing".
Titan’s Seas Get an Earthly Stand-In as Robot Explores Chilean Lake
Updated: 05/01/2013 11:40 am EDT
Heracleion Photos: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After 1,200 Years Under Sea
Raising Alexandria More than 2,000 years after Alexander the Great founded Alexandria, archaeologists are discovering its fabled remains
Flemington firm aids Amityville murder documentary
"Aqua Survey's Senior Archeological Diver Eric Wartenweiler Smith (left) and Bill Pfeiffer (right), president of the Long Island Diver's Association, prepare to deploy Aqua Survey's EM technology into the Amityville Canal."
Jacki Lyden interviews Diver Eric Smith aboard a research ship
A Vessel to Explore Vest-Pocket Science
An Article by Twain Braden."For Smith, whose background includes running ship-assist tugs and working as a commercial diver on numerous high-profile archaeological explorations, the dream was to find a boat he could use as a scientific research platform"
"A Different Kind of Catch" Article by Jonathan Green
"We are several miles from Key West diving from a wooden-hulled scientific research vessel. Her captain is Eric Smith"
Mission to the Andes, photos by Eric Wartenweiler Smith
"Smith is based in Key West but his search for the ancient traces of mankind have led him around the globe."
High Altitude Survey Experiment in Chile, by KATIE WORTH."Smith has a penchant for adventure: last month, he was a part of an Aqua Survey team that journeyed to Laos with technology to help find and get rid of unexploded ordinance left over from the Vietnam War"
The Spokesman Review
UNDERWATER EXPLORER DIVER ERIC SMITH WORKED WITH AN ARCHAEOLOGY; TEAM TO EXCAVATE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CITY
"My heart was pounding," Smith said. "I wanted to rush to the surface and scream,
Hooked on Adventure; Smith tracks down forgotten treasures
"Like many kids raised in the boundless wilderness of North Idaho, young Eric Smith spent his formative years fantasizing about exploring the world and living the life of an adventurer."