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Deep end: What rapid change means for our seas - Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

Deep end: What rapid change means for our seas
Irish Examiner
Pelejero leads part of the ICM's marine biogeochemistry research, but his field is more specific: marine paleo-reconstruction. You might call it seabed archaeology; it uses drills to take samples from deep in the sediment at the bottom of the ocean ...

Time, Weather Taking A Toll On Historic Long Island Marsh Houses - CBS Local

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 08/08/2014 - 19:16

Time, Weather Taking A Toll On Historic Long Island Marsh Houses
CBS Local
The houses are part of maritime history that folklorist Nancy Solomon is trying to save. There were once 300 houses dotting Long Island's south shore, but time and mother nature have claimed most of them. Fewer than 20 remain. Since the 1700s fishermen ...

Science Images of the Week - Voice of America (blog)


Voice of America (blog)

Science Images of the Week
Voice of America (blog)
... is shown here climbing up to the deck of the world's largest solar-powered boat, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar, at Zea Harbor, in Athens, on Tuesday Aug. 5, 2014. The big sun-powered boat will help Beck and his colleagues with an underwater ...

Maritime Centre's storage centre to open for tours - Newcastle Herald

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 08/08/2014 - 09:24

Maritime Centre's storage centre to open for tours
Newcastle Herald
This huge shed is Newcastle's maritime history like you've never seen it. The popular Maritime Centre at Honeysuckle is a bit like the city's art gallery – it simply can't display all of its fascinating and valuable collection, so most of it gets ...

Maritime Centre's storage centre to open for tours - Newcastle Herald

Maritime History articles at Google News - Fri, 08/08/2014 - 08:09

Maritime Centre's storage centre to open for tours
Newcastle Herald
This huge shed is Newcastle's maritime history like you've never seen it. The popular Maritime Centre at Honeysuckle is a bit like the city's art gallery – it simply can't display all of its fascinating and valuable collection, so most of it gets ...

Archaeologists reveal Mary Rose-style shipwreck finds from The London on ... - Culture24


Archaeologists reveal Mary Rose-style shipwreck finds from The London on ...
Culture24
English Heritage and underwater excavators from Cotswold Archaeology introduced the spoils of three trenches from the ship to the public on the pier, clambering onto its deck to offer ingots, pewter spoons and coins recovered from a vessel made as one ...

Submerged Prehistoric Archaeologists | Underwater Archaeology <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 03/21/2014 - 09:46
... Programs for Underwater/Maritime Archaeology · University and College Programs for Maritime History · US Federal Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History Programs · US State Underwater Archaeology Programs ...

Marine Archaeologist | Underwater Archaeology and <b>Maritime</b> <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Mon, 03/17/2014 - 09:03
Must have a completed MA/MS degree or higher in Archaeology or Marine Archaeology, Maritime History, or similar; Possess/demonstrate interpersonal skills, effective verbal and written communication skills, writing skills, ...

New ejournal: International journal of <b>maritime history</b>, 11, 1999 <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 14:50
International Journal of maritime history Fully-refereed, this international scholarly journal has been published for the International Maritime Economic History Association since 1989. It publishes quarterly on a broad range of ...

Bonaire, A <b>Maritime History</b>, Spanish Affairs, La Habana, Gold <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Wed, 03/12/2014 - 05:38
San Cristobal de La Habana. 2011. 1595. Spanish Affairs. In Spain the long stay of their Indian fleet, which is thought now for certain cannot arrive before September next, and the default of their monthly provision of 260000 ...

Bonaire, A <b>Maritime History</b>, Sir R. Sidney, R. Whyte, Horses, Plague <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Wed, 03/12/2014 - 04:42
Siege of Zutphen. The Battle of Zutphen began on 22 September 1586, near the village of Warnsveld and the town of Zutphen, Netherlands, during the Eighty Years' War. Forces of the United Provinces of the Netherlands, ...

Research Associate in <b>Maritime</b> Archaeology | Underwater <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Mon, 03/10/2014 - 09:24
Update: Dear All, The Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the University of Ulster is advertising for a Research Associate in Maritime Archaeology (Fixed term until 30 June 2016). ... History Employment · Maritime Museums · University and College Programs for Underwater/Maritime Archaeology · University and College Programs for Maritime History · US Federal Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History Programs · US State Underwater Archaeology Programs ...

Cancellation of 2014 New Researchers Conference | British <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Mon, 03/10/2014 - 05:07
We regret that due to unforseen circumstances this year's conference for New Researchers in Maritime History has been cancelled. The next one will be in March 2015 at the Greenwich Maritime Institute, University of ...

Ancient India&#39;s <b>Maritime History</b> Sanskriti - Culture of India | Sanskriti <b>...</b>

Maritime History Blog Posts via Google - Sun, 03/09/2014 - 23:37
Please click on the images below to view in full: India's maritime history predates the birth of western civilisation. The world's first tidal dock is.

Oceanic climate change and <b>underwater archaeology</b> | Scubaverse <b>...</b>

Oceanic climate change and underwater archaeology. The identification of major environmental threats to cultural heritage and the built environment has been one of the core strands of our National Heritage Protection Plan ...

<b>Maritime Archaeology</b> Days About The Wreck | Great Morning at <b>...</b>

Maritime Archaeology Days About The Wreck. Bringing People to the Museum and the Museum Underwater. M.A.D. · About · The Project · The Team · The Wreck · Investigations · Post Excavation · Artefacts · Events.

Lost Egyptian City Discovered by <b>Underwater Archaeologist</b> After <b>...</b>

After 1200 Years, the lost Egyptian city of Heracleion is found underwater in an astounding discovery by French archeologist Franck Goddio.

<b>Maritime Archaeology</b>: Discovery of Heracleion | Abhishek Solutions

The discovery of Heracleion is a feat of Maritime Archaeology. Find out about this fascinating discovery in this article.

A project for low cost <b>marine archaeology</b> robots | Computational <b>...</b>

So, do you remember my old post about a turtle robot that could possibly be useful for archaeologists? Well, some researchers have just done it :D (Maybe they read my blog :P). My friend recently sent me an article describing ...

Ancient City Discovered <b>Underwater</b> Solves Enigma That Puzzled <b>...</b>

In cooperation with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities, Oxford's Centre for Maritime Archaeology and the Department of Antiquities of Egypt, Franck was able to locate, map and excavate several parts of the city.
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