Sunday, January 23, 2005


Journal of Marine Archaeology & Technology (JMAT)


Published by the Marine Archaeology Committee of the Marine Technology Society

The Marine Archaeology Committee of the Marine Technology Society islaunching a new journal entitled the Journal of Marine Archaeology &Technology.

The journal will be an on-line publication, published twice ayear. Submissions will be reviewed by the editorial board and focus onapplied research, not archeological theory.

We are now accepting articles for inclusion in the inaugural issue of JMAT scheduled for May of 2005.

Topics for consideration include, but are not limited to:

- General underwater archaeological exploration and excavation

- Conservation of marine archaeological material

- Deep-water exploration and excavation projects

- Deep-water exploration and excavation technology

- Archaeological survey techniques and mapping technologies

Ayse Devrim Atauz, Ph.D. Department of Oceanography Geological Section Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77843 . (979)458-3577

Dr. John Broadwater, Program Manager of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Maritime Heritage Program and Manager of the MonitorNational Marine Sanctuary.

Dr. Jack Iron, Chief of the Social Sciences Unit of the Minerals ManagementService (MMS).

Laura A. Landry, President, L. A. Landry & Associates, Inc., Hitchcock,Texas. Independent consulting marine archaeologist providing survey planningand interpretation of high resolution geophysical data in the Gulf ofMexico.

Dottie Gibbens, recently retired after 20 years of service with the ArmyCorps of Engineers in Mobile, Alabama as their chief marine archaeologist.

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