Local Pensacola News Journal article about our new underwater archaeology firm. https://www.pnj.com/story/money/business/2019/03/24/new-underwater-archaeology-firm-recon-offshore-goes-under-sea-new-business/3247789002/
Great summary article about Cultural Resource Management (CRM) on land. Can be applied to our work offshore in underwater archaeology for ports, harbors, dredging, offshore sand sourcing, offshore wind farms, pipelines, corridors, etc… the list goes on! http://theconversation.com/scientists-at-work-public-archaeologists-dig-before-the-construction-crews-do-58611
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Interesting development as it relates to the Goodwin Sands dredging project and underwater archaeology. https://www.forces.net/news/campaigners-battle-protect-resting-place-wartime-pilots
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