Maritime Archaeology - peer-reviewed publications

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2008-2009

Anderson, R. (2008). Discovering New Ground – AIMA’s Mapping the Coast database project. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 32: 58–73.

Anderson, R. and Garcia, R. (2008). The discovery, identification and site formation processes of a weapon related to the landing of HSK Kormoran (1941) survivors at Quobba Station, Western Australia. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 32: 42–50.

Rodrigues, J. (2009). An amnesty assessed. Human impact on shipwreck sites: the Australian case. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 38(1): 153–162.

Rodrigues, J. (2009). Evidence in the private sphere: assessing the practicality of amnesties to record lost information. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 5(1): 92–109.

Souter, C. (2008). Book Review: Graeme Henderson, Unfinished Voyages: Western Australian Shipwrecks 1622–1850. The Great Circle (Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History) 30(1): 58-60.

  

2007-2008

Bigourdan, N. and McCarthy, M. (2007). Aboriginal watercraft depictions in Australia: on land and underwater. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 31: 1–10.

 

2006-2007

Anderson, R. (2006). The Convincing Ground: A case study in frontier and modern conflict. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 30: 137-147.

Souter, C., Paterson, A. and Hooks, S. (2006). Archaeological sites on Barrow Island and the Dampier Archipelago. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 30: 85-92.

Stanbury, M. and Kasi, K. (2006). Early non-pontilled bottles from the wreck of the Cumberland (1830), Western Australia. Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology 30: 25–49.

Stanbury, M. (2006). Book review. Before the Mast: Life and Death Aboard the Mary Rose (The Archaeology of the Mary Rose vol.4). Gardiner, J. (ed.), with Michael J. Allen, and 54 contributors. 732 pp. 544 black and white illustrations + 71 colour plates, 98 tables. Oxbow Books, Oxford. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 35(2): 341–343.

Van Duivenvoorde, W. (2006). Dutch Ministry of Finance Voilates Agreement on Submerged Cultural Heritage. Institute of Nautical Archaeology 33(1): 15-16.

Van Duivenvoorde, W. (2006). Just Released. Ships’ Fastenings: from Sewn Boat to Steamship by Michael McCarthy. INA Quarterly 33(3): 24-25.

Van Duivenvoorde, W. (2006). News & Notes: Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation Lecture Series. INA Quarterly 33(3): 27.

Van Duivenvoorde, W. (2007). Nautische Archäologie an der Texas A&M University aus der Sicht einer Studentin. Skyllus, Jahrgang 2003/4, Heft 1-2 : 16-20.

Van Duivenvoorde, W. and Pulak, C. (2007). Das Institute for Nautical Archaeology in der Türkei. Skyllus, Jahrgang 2003/4, Heft 1-2: 129-40.

 

2005-2006

Anderson, R., Harvey, P. & Philippou, C. (2006). Innovative approaches in Underwater Cultural Heritage Management. In M. Staniforth, and M. Nash (eds), Maritime Archaeology: Australian Approaches, The Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology: 137-150. Springer, New York.

Green, J.N. (2005). Revisiting the Great Basses Reef, Sri Lanka. In Bass, G.F. (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology: 183-186. Thames and Hudson, London.

Green, J.N. (2005). The Japanese Fleet in Truk Lagoon, Micronesia. In Bass G.F. (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology: 238-242. Thames and Hudson, London.

Green, J.N. (2005). Pursuing Southeast Asian wrecks: Ko Si chang, Thailand. In Bass, G.F. (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology: 136-138. Thames and Hudson, London.

Green, J.N. (2006). Collaboration within the region: exchanges of information and training in the convention. In Prott, L. (ed.), Finishing the Interrupted Voyage: Papers of the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Workshop on the 2001 Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage: 126-134. UNESCO, Bangkok and Institute of Art and Law, London.

Green, J.N. (2006). Nautical archaeology in Australia, the Indian Ocean and Asia In Staniforth, M. & Nash, M. (eds), Maritime Archaeology Australian Approaches: 97-110. Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology, Springer, New York.

Green, J.N. (2006). The Dutch down under: sailing blunders. In Peters, N. (ed.), The Dutch Down Under 1606-2006: 56-71. Wolters Kluwer, Sydney.

Green, J. (2006). Maritime Archaeology in Australasia: reviews and overviews. In Staniforth, M. and Nash, M. (eds), Maritime Archaeology. Australian Approaches: 97-109. The Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology, Springer, New York.

McCarthy, M. (2005). Dutch place names in Australia. In Peters, N. (ed.). The Dutch down Under, 1606-2006: 26-33. Wolters Kluwer, Sydney.

McCarthy, M. (2005). Preserving the heritage. In Allibone, T. & Davison, J. (eds), Beneath Southern Seas: the silent service: 210 217. University of Western Australia Press, Nedlands.

McCarthy, M. (2005). Ship’s Fastenings: from sewn boat to steamship. Texas A & M Press, College Station, USA.

McCarthy, M. (2006). Maritime Archaeology in Australasia: reviews and overviews. In Staniforth, M. and Nash, M. (eds), Maritime Archaeology. Australian Approaches: 1-11. The Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology, Springer, New York.Springer, New York.

Rodrigues, J. (2005). The archaeology of trade and exchange: 2005 AIMA Conference, Fremantle, Western Australia. Nautical Archaeology Society Newsletter 2: 10.

Rodrigues, J.A. (2005). Casks from the Mary Rose. In Gardiner, J. & Allen, M.J. (eds), Before the Mast, Life and Death aboard the Mary Rose. The Archaeology of the Mary Rose Series 4. The Mary Rose Trust Ltd, England.

Rodrigues, J.A. (2005). Staved buckets, tubs and a funnel. In Gardiner, J. & Allen, M.J. (eds), Before the mast, life and death aboard the Mary Rose. The Archaeology of the Mary Rose Series 4. The Mary Rose Trust Ltd, England.

Souter, C. (2005). Protecting Australia’s maritime heritage. H20PS Magazine 2.8: 28-31.

Souter, C. (2006). Cultural tourism and diver education. In Staniforth, M. & Nash, M. (eds), Maritime Archaeology: Australian Approaches: 163-176. The Plenum Series in Underwater Archaeology, Springer, New York.

van Duivenvoorde, W. (2005). Capturing curves and timber with a laser scanner: digital imaging of Batavia. INA Quarterly 32.3: 3-6.

van Duivenvoorde, W. (2006). Dutch Ministry of Finance violates agreement on submerged cultural heritage. INA Quarterly 33.1: 15-16.

van Duivenvoorde, W. (2005). Doppelte Standards. Zweifache Beplankung im niederländischen Schiffsbau des späten 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhunderts. Skyllus, Jahrgang 2002, Heft 2: 112-122.