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20th Century
Wiggo Eriksen

Monitoring Shipwrecks for Climate Change Indicators: A Surprising Link

Monitoring shipwrecks for climate change indicators is a fascinating and valuable area of research that offers insights into the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems. By examining bioindicator species, water chemistry, temperature, and the presence of invasive species, scientists

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15th Century
Wiggo Eriksen

The Golden Age Of Bergen: A Look At Maritime Trade in 1500s Norway

Norway and its capital city of Bergen have a long and storied history, and the 1500s were certainly no exception. During this time, maritime trade to and from the city of Bergen was flourishing, bringing in wealth and prosperity for

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Citizen Science
Wiggo Eriksen

How to get involved with Maritime Archeaology

Have you ever wanted to explore a shipwreck? or help to preserve maritime history? Maritime Archaeology might be the perfect hobby for you! It’s a lot of work, but it’s also a lot of fun. This article will tell you

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Citizen Science
Wiggo Eriksen

What Can Be Done About Looters Of Historic Shipwrecks?

Shipwreck looting is an increasing problem for both archaeologists and treasure hunters alike. With more and more of the world’s historic shipwrecks becoming sites for looting, UNESCO have set of guidelines just for preserving archeological resources from systematic plunder. Find

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