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  • Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (AIMA) Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (AIMA)
    The Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (AIMA) is an incorporated, non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation of underwater cultural heritage, and promotion of maritime archaeology conducted in accordance with internationally accepted ethical standards. AIMA is an organisation for anyone interested in maritime archaeology. Our members are professional maritime archaeologists, SCUBA divers, historians, photographers, students, academics, historical archaeologists, conservation scientists - a whole range of people who are interested in this fascinating aspect of our heritage anywhere in the world. Based in Australia it has sponsored work throughout Australia, Asia and the Indian and Pacific Ocean regions.
    http://www.aima-underwater.org.au/
    (Added: Thu Feb 09 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Institute of Maritime History Institute of Maritime History
    IMH works all over the world to explore, study and preserve our maritime heritage. We’ve surveyed and excavated shipwrecks underwater, from the air, and on land in the US, the Caribbean, and Europe. Our researchers work in labs and archives as well as in the field. IMH members and volunteers work side by side, getting hands-on experiences. Incorporated in 1994, and with field operations now in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Virginia, IMH is engaged in the study and conservation of shipwrecks, historic waterfront structures and landscapes, and submerged prehistoric archaeological sites. Through archaeological research, IMH seeks to inform and engage the public about the history and culture of seafaring, marine industries, and traditional maritime lifeways. Tall Timbers, Maryland
    https://www.maritimehistory.org/
    (Added: Sun Jan 09 2022) - Report this link as bad!
  • Institute of Nautical Archaeology Institute of Nautical Archaeology
    The Institute of Nautical Archaeology conducts archaeological research to increase knowledge of the evolution of civilization through the location and excavation of underwater sites. The Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA) is a non-profit international research organization committed to locating, excavating, recording, preserving, and publishing archaeological sites of maritime significance—including wrecked and buried ships, submerged ruins, and their associated artifacts. Affiliated with Texas A&M University, INA conducts work around the globe on shipwrecks and submerged sites. INA's projects represent all historical periods and geographic regions, from the 14th-century B.C. Bronze Age shipwreck at Uluburun, Turkey to the 19th-century A.D. side-wheel steamboat Heroine in Red River, Oklahoma. College Station, Texas
    http://nauticalarch.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lost Treasures of the Seven Seas - Ocean Research Group Lost Treasures of the Seven Seas - Ocean Research Group
    The underwater lost treasures website, dedicated to all genuine treasure lovers, underwater archaeology and history re-discovered. New stories... New photos... More news... Shipwrecks and underwater treasures recovered all over the World.
    http://www.oceantreasures.org/
    (Added: Wed Oct 24 2007) - Report this link as bad!
  • Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust
    Britain's extensive underwater cultural heritage ranks amongst the richest in the world. MAST’s mission is to investigate our maritime past to protect our future. We exist to fill a long overdue void in our understanding of our nation’s rich maritime heritage, to ensure that there is a sustainable future for such sites, through archaeology, research, study and dissemination. Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, England UK
    http://www.thisismast.org/
    (Added: Thu Dec 12 2019) - Report this link as bad!
  • Maritime Archaeology Trust Maritime Archaeology Trust
    Leading the field in research, protection and preservation of marine cultural heritage. The Maritime Archaeology Trust is a registered charity with over 25 years' experience in research, investigations and pioneering techniques for the study of marine cultural heritage. Originating in the South of England as the Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology, we have grown from our regional roots to an internationally renowned authority on maritime archaeological issues and research. Our ethos is simple: to promote understanding and enjoyment of maritime heritage in an ever changing world. We believe that this can only be achieved by building strong partnerships with other heritage and marine organisations to together monitor and raise awareness of sites of archaeological significance. Southampton, England, UK
    https://maritimearchaeologytrust.org/
    (Added: Thu Dec 12 2019) - Report this link as bad!
  • MaritimeArchaeology.com MaritimeArchaeology.com
    Maritime archaeology straddles the social and earth sciences, drawing on multidisciplinary evidence to form a picture of the past. Archaeologists use geophysics to explore the ocean depths while robots dive deeper than ever to discover long lost sites. Radiocarbon dating, isotope analysis, and 3D recording are providing breakthroughs that leads us to revaluate what we know about the people in the past, as well as what we know about ourselves. Scientific data in hand, archaeologists are able to apply anthropological theory and interpretation to understand how cultures lived, interacted, and died. MaritimeArchaeology.com brings you this vibrant intersection of the sciences and how underwater research is pushing the boundaries of the unknown.
    http://www.maritimearchaeology.com/
    (Added: Thu Nov 21 2019) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nautical Archaeology Nautical Archaeology
    The Nautical Archaeology Program at Texas A&M University and the Centre for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation are pleased to welcome you to this site. This web page is designed as a point of departure for information on nautical archaeology activities at Texas A&M University (TAMU).
    http://nautarch.tamu.edu/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project
    The Rhode Island Marine Archaeology Project (RIMAP) was created in 1992 to include members of the diving and non-diving public in a professionally organized and directed effort to study Rhode Island's maritime history and marine archaeology. RIMAP is a federally approved 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization with an interest in the maritime history and marine archaeology of Narragansett Bay, the Sounds, the state's rivers and other inland waters, and how all of these connect Rhode Island to the wider world. Newport, Rhode Island
    https://www.rimap.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 19 2021) - Report this link as bad!
  • The Nautical Archaeology Society The Nautical Archaeology Society
    The Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) wants to allow everyone to benefit from the unique and fascinating resource that is the world's maritime heritage. It was fundamentally established 'to further research in nautical archaeology and publish the results'. NAS is a UK based charity and a limited company, but it also has strong links to other organisations around the world which work together collectively to promote the cause on a global scale. NAS is dedicated to advancing education on nautical archaeology to everyone –its members, the general public and across the global archaeological sector. Portsmouth, England, UK
    https://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/
    (Added: Wed Nov 19 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia
    Welcome to the website of the Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia (UASBC). The UASBC is a group of avocational archaeologists, historians and shipwreckwreck divers dedicated to researching, locating, identifying, surveying, and protecting the maritime heritage of the province of BC, Canada. The UASBC is committed to this task for the interest, education and benefit of all British Columbians. Below the surface of British Columbia's lakes, rivers, and coastal waters lies a fascinating history. Shipwrecks, villages and even a campsite covered by a rising ocean almost 10,000 years ago, provide a rich variety of sites for maritime archaeology. Whether you are a wreck diver, historian, archaeologist, or are simply fascinated by our underwater heritage in British Columbia, the UASBC invites you to join us on our next adventure! Vancouver BC Canada
    http://www.uasbc.com/
    (Added: Sun Dec 03 2017) - Report this link as bad!

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