Out of the Blue: Public Interpretation of Maritime Cultural Resources
For the assessment of maritime archaeology resources, particularly surveys which meet federal review standards, professional training and experience is a requirement. Training in Underwater Archaeology includes field data collection, interpretation, and site preservation. Various public education courses also provide knowledge of basic methods and experiential learning, emphasizing the preservation approach to artifacts and sites. Non-profit organizations e.
These public experiences emphasize basic non-intrusive methods. For the assessment of cultural heritage resources within a marine protected area which will meet state and federal review standards, professional experience is a requirement. Underwater archaeology generally falls under the definition of scientific diving, which receives certain exemptions from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA regulations which govern underwater work sites.
Universities and agencies which manage scientific divers have established diving programs and criteria which meet or exceed standards set by the American Academy of Underwater Sciences AAUS or similar agencies. Diving safety officers are familiar with the requirements of institutional safe diving practices. Government Underwater Archaeology is the recovery of information from submerged artifacts and underwater sites for the interpretation of past human cultures.
The vessel lies at the bottom of Lake Huron. NOAA ONMS Underwater Archaeology is the systematic documentation and recovery of information from submerged artifacts and underwater sites for the interpretation of past human cultures. Opportunities and Obligations Cultural and historic properties like underwater archaeological sites are non-renewable resources which often possess unique information about the past.
Out of the Blue
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