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Underwater Archaeology

Dr. Frederick Hanselmann, Faculty & Director 

Department of Marine Ecosystems and Society,
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science,
University of Miami

Dr. Frederick Hanselmann shares his experiences, and the tools and techniques he uses to explore and investigate historic shipwrecks in marine environments around Florida and the Caribbean.

Recorded Webinar:

Select Supplemental Content:

[VIDEO SHORT]  University of Miami – Exploring Shipwrecks in the Caribbean
[VIDEO SHORT]  National Geographic – Exploring Ancient Spring in Texas
[READING]  The Dear Surprise – So You Want My Job: Underwater Archaeologist
[READING]  Atlas Obscura – How a Secret Map Brought Down a Pirate Alliance on the Irish Coast
[RESOURCE LIBRARY]  NOAA Ocean Exploration & Research – Marine Archaeology
[RESOURCE LIBRARY]  NOAA National Center for Coastal Ocean Science – Living Shipwrecks 3D
[REFERENCE]  NOAA Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary – Shipwreck Trail

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Ocean Expert Exchange is a live educational webinar series featuring experts in marine science and technology, many of whom have participated in expeditions onboard R/V ANGARI. The 30-minute live events welcome audiences of all ages and include a presentation on the speaker’s area of expertise followed by Q&A with participants. The series is co-hosted by ANGARI Foundation and the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute’s Scientist in Every Florida School program.

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