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Rare Spanish Shipwreck From 17th Century Uncovered Off Panama - National Geographic


National Geographic

Rare Spanish Shipwreck From 17th Century Uncovered Off Panama
National Geographic
The Encarnación is one of about 16 Spanish shipwrecks discovered in the Americas, says Jennifer McKinnon, a maritime archaeologist at East Carolina University who is not involved in the study. But nearly all the wrecks found to date have been heavily ...

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AHS students explore under water - Alpena News


AHS students explore under water
Alpena News
ALPENA - Alpena High School students in John Caplis' Shipwreck Alley classes spent the day in Plaza Pool learning the basics of snorkeling, scuba diving and practicing some marine archaeology techniques on the bottom of the pool. With help from several ...

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Primary kids snap up the Glasgow museum festival - Glasgow Evening Times


Primary kids snap up the Glasgow museum festival
Glasgow Evening Times
Kelvingrove will offer families the chance to take part in underwater archaeology alongside the Scottish Crannog Centre and youngsters will be able to make a special pendant made from bone, wood or leather to take home at GoMA. While parents and ...

Oregon Coast Aquarium Looks to Future, Honors Past - Oregon Coast Beach Connection


Oregon Coast Beach Connection

Oregon Coast Aquarium Looks to Future, Honors Past
Oregon Coast Beach Connection
Part Mystery. The evening's keynote address detailed the challenges of underwater archaeology in the Pacific Northwest through the first-hand experiences of Jerry Ostermiller, Director Emeritus of the Columbia River Maritime Museum and Maritime Historian.

Demystifying Science and Making it Accessible: Ichthyologist Mike Bruton on ... - Books LIVE (blog)


Books LIVE (blog)

Demystifying Science and Making it Accessible: Ichthyologist Mike Bruton on ...
Books LIVE (blog)
Talks by Hans Fricke on Jago, Emlyn Brown on Waratah, ' Woody' on naval clearance diving, Jaco Boshoff on maritime archaeology, Peter Sachs on salvage diving. Hardhat divers using helmets and air supplied by hand pumps from the 1870s. Hans and I ...

Celebrating <b>Maritime History</b> in Sag Harbor | The Sag Harbor Express

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Thu, 09/04/2014 - 11:50
The Joseph Labrozzi, Jr. men's whaleboat team capsizes while racing to the finish line against the John K. Ott team during HarborFest 2013. Photo by Michael Heller. By Stephen J. Kotz and Mara Certic. With the passage of ...

14 Days events, edition of Sept. 4 | Events - Shore News Today

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Tue, 09/02/2014 - 00:00
Junior keepers enjoy a nighttime climb for spectacular views of Atlantic City, construct their own lighthouse with craft materials, learn how to use a compass, and learn maritime history through multimedia instruction on select ...

members of congress fight for recognition of wa <b>maritime history</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 08/22/2014 - 18:08
The 13 mile stretch of coast would not be subject to the same regulations as a wilderness or wetland, but would hopefully attract those curious about maritime history. Rep. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, and Rep. Denny Heck ...
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