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SUJET : the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology

the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 15 Déc 2004 17:02 #84

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L’antenne du GRAN en Polynésie vient de recevoir le Bulletin 2004 volume 28 de « the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology » dont le sommaire est :

Whaling and colonial trade evidence on the shipwreck Cheviot (1827—1854), R. Anderson ;
The role of risk in shaping the maritime cultural landscape and shipwreck patterning : A case study application in the Gippsland region, Victoria, B. Duncan ;
Collection management for shipwreck relics : amnesty artefacts significance assessment Victoria 2003 interim report, C. Philippou ;
Pathways and pitfalls on die road to the implementation of the UNESCO Convention on Underwater Cultural Heritage—the Asian perspective, J.N. Green ;
The effectiveness of interpretation on diver attitudes and awareness of underwater shipwreck values—SS Yongala, a case study, B. Jewell ;
Artefacts from Broome’s World War Two flying boat wreck sites: a survey of data collected 1979—2001, Silvano Jung ;
Historic aircraft wrecks as archaeological sites, M. McCarthy ;
The Australian-built schooner Alert (1846—1854), M. Nash ;
The role of geo-politics in cultural site formation : A case study from the Northern Territory, Nathan Richards ;
The Lancier pocket watch: Revelation through conservation and research, E. Schindelholz ;
Plane sailing: The archaeology of aircraft losses over water in NSW, Australia, T. Smith ;
Stone anchors (composite type) from the Saurashtra coast, India : an indicator of ancient ports and sea routes, A.S. Gaur, Sundaresh & S. Tripati ;
Ground penetrating radar survey of Batavia’s Graveyard: the shipwreck victims, A. O’Neill ;
Tayleur, a victim of technological innovation, E. Kieran.

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