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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 can paint a more comprehensive picture of the consequences of climate change on our oceans. This knowledge is crucial for developing effective strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change and preserve the health of our marine ecosystems.

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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 the townspeople. In this article, we’ll take a look at how maritime trade helped shape Bergen’s economy during this golden age!

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Shipwrecks 101 : How To Find Shipwrecks

Finding the wreck of a ship is the most difficult part of maritime archaeology. Shipwrecks may be found accidentally, while we are looking for something else, or via targeted missions to locate specific wrecks. We can find shipwrecks on land, underwater and at sea. This article gives a small introductory glimpse into this fascinating activity.

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FB391 Mustang Korsfjorden Norway 1944

10 November 1944 a Mustang P-51C III was shot down in Korsfjorden just south of Bergen. Flight Sergant Antoni B Ciundziewicki, Polish national, was the pilot that gave his life for our freedom this day in Norway.

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The Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage: In Situ Preservation as the First Option

The need for preserving underwater cultural heritage is increasing day by day due to various reasons. One such reason is that many cultural assets are being lost due to natural disasters like tsunamis and earthquakes. The First rule that UNESCO’s Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage of 2001 is conveing is In situ preservation. Preserving underwater heritage through in situ preservation shall be considered as the first option because this method has proved to be an effective way in protecting cultural assets form erosion caused by waves, currents and winds.

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Monitoring Shipwrecks for Climate Change Indicators: A Surprising Link

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

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