You can use the knowledge from this course to take part in fieldwork on site with the Surveyor Day. The importance of sea-bed recording. This site operates as a living document where professionals are constantly adding and improving content. Safety on archaeological sites under water and on the foreshore. The regime in international waters. The remains represented a navigation hazard, and as they had been disturbed and damaged by the dredging operations, preservation in situ was not an option. The society maintains a register of all such adopted sites and since 2003 has provided an annual award to the person or group that has made the most significant contribution to maritime archaeology and research through the adoption process.
International and national laws relating to archaeology under water. Marine refers to the ocean, but we dive in lakes and rivers, too. This course will reintroduce participants to the various methods and techniques that can be used to survey an underwater site. As well as shipwrecks, adopted sites can include harbour works and buildings with nautical connections, coastal habitations, and other sea wrack of archaeological interest. WreckMap Britain is conducted in partnership with the SeaSearch and sponsored by , the Jubilee Trust and through the Foundation. Post-fieldwork photography and laser scanning.
Presenting, publicizing and publishing archaeological work -- Appendix 1. This theory course and accompanying Surveyor Day is the second and final component of the qualification. This two week event will be held will be held on the main campus of Northwestern Michigan College between June 13 th and June 26 th. We will walk you through an intertidal or dry archaeological project from the planning phase through to carrying out a field survey and publishing the results. The remains were transferred to , an estuarine lake near , where the brackish water should enable the timbers to stabilise while they are accessible to students for study and training purposes. Post-fieldwork treatment of survey work. Diving Into History The Diving into History Project, supported by the , ran from 2006 to 2008 and included outreach activities to the public and support for Adopt-a-Wreck groups.
Council for British Archaeology website. The second edition includes several new chapters covering topics such as photography, legislation and conservation. An introduction to foreshore and underwater archaeology. Planning the recording: what to record. A series of day-long specialty courses will be offered throughout the field school on topics such as: archaeological surveying, artifact typology, excavation, flint knapping, Native American settlement in northwest Michigan, using a total station and remotely operated vehicles.
Underwater cultural heritage and salvage law. Materials degradation and post-excavation deterioration. With Underwater Archaeology the Nautical Archaeology Society reveals the real underwater treasure - a rich cultural heritage that has helped shape the world in which we live. These credits should transfer to most major universities as anthropology or social science credits. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology Academic Press, London 5 2 : inside front cover. Site monitoring and protection -- 18. A champion of best practice in archaeology underwater and on the foreshore through its internationally acclaimed training scheme, outreach projects and the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology.
Kerri Finlayson at 231-348-6653 for help with the admissions process. Potential diving problems and solutions. Additional chapters reflect significant developments or new approaches, particularly with respect to project planning, safety on archaeological sites, historic research, monitoring and maintenance and geophysics. The importance of publicizing where and when. Its techniques combine the ones of archaeology with those of diving.
International and national laws relating to archaeology under water -- 8. Principles and procedures for first-aid for underwater finds. Specific focus will be given to improving the skill set required to use a total station in the field. It contains new chapters on geophysics, historical research, photography and video, monitoring and maintenance and conservation. At this meeting, the members of the Trust voted to change the name of the Trust to the Nautical Archaeology Society and to change the constitution the articles of association to reflect the change to a membership organisation. Jurisdiction - where do the laws apply?.
They are a registered charity based in the United Kingdom, but with strong links to like-minded organisations around the world. Handling material and keeping records. Basic principles — making the most of the clues. The remains were investigated by Wessex Archaeology and by Nigel Nayling of the University of Wales gave a construction date of soon after , probably in. The Nautical Archaeology Society is a non-government organisation formed to further interest in our underwater cultural heritage.
Principal risks to finds during and after recovery. Each of the course instructors are qualified professionals in their field of study and will be sharing their years of experience with you. Mosaics — photo or video. Presenting, publicizing and publishing archaeological work. Planning the recording: what to record. Recording decoration and surface detail.