Going, Going, Gone: Underwater Cultural Resources in Decline
Seen from the vastness of space, Earth is a pale blue planet with high white clouds and water covering nearly three-quarters of its surface. Global civilizations emerged on the margins of its vast seas. Watercraft allowed humankind to explore the earth and played a major part in the rise and fall of great empires. Underwater archaeological sites reflect the diversity of human cultures and endeavors, as well as the earth’s environments.
- Going, Going, Gone: Underwater Cultural Resources in Decline
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- International Handbook of Historical Archaeology
- pp 105-139
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- Springer New York
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- Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
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