Robert Ballard and his crew have been exploring the waters off the tiny atoll of Nikumaroro in the South Pacific, where some believe Earhart and her navigator landed.
On the eve of what would have been her 122nd birthday, Robert Ballard, who discovered the Titanic wreckage, said he would embark on a search for Earhart.
The analysis is based on bone measurements, not DNA testing.
A new witness has emerged to tell his story surrounding Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan's mysterious disappearance.
The woman thought to be Earhart isn't facing the camera, but her characteristics match up.
The expedition to find the remains of pilot Amelia Earhart and co-pilot Fred Noonan will begin on June 24.
Four forensic dogs could help solve the mysterious 1937 disappearance of Earhart, who was attempting to fly around the world.
Evidence suggests that the pilot who disappeared in 1937, made a forced landing on a coral reef in the Pacific.