3D Recording and Interpretation for Maritime Archaeology.
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McCarthy, John K.
van Duivenvoorde, Wendy
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The need for a volume focused on the use of 3D technologies in maritime archaeology has become increasingly apparent to practitioners in the field. This is due to an exponential increase in the application of several distinct 3D recording, analysis and interpretation techniques which have emerged and become part of the maritime archaeologist’s toolbox in recent years. In November of 2016, a workshop on this theme was hosted by the UNESCO UNITWIN Network for Underwater Archaeology and Flinders University, Maritime Archaeology Program, in Adelaide, South Australia. The UNITWIN Network (2018) is a UNESCO twinning network of universities involved in education and research of maritime and underwater archaeology. The criteria for full membership requires that each university must offer a dedicated degree in maritime or underwater archaeology. Membership (full and associate members) of the Network currently stands at 30 universities worldwide and the network continues to grow.....
Series;NrCoastal Research Library; 31
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationMcCarthy, J.D., Benjamin, J., Winton, T. and van Duivenvoorde, W. (eds) (2019) 3D Recording and Interpretation for Maritime Archaeology. Cham, Switzerland, Springer Open, 237pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-03635-5
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