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Using Sonar Mosaics to Protect Cultural Heritage in Our Nation's Oldest Port: New Article in International Ocean Systems Magazine by LAMP Archaeologist

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SonarWiz.MAP + SBP software image showing one of the North Beach Railroad abutments along the Tolomato River and debris associated with its destruction during the mid-20th century.

LAMP archaeologist Brendan Burke just published an article in the July/August 2009 International Ocean Systems Magazine, "the Magazine for Ocean Professionals" (volume 13, number 4). The title of the article is Wreck Protection: Using Sonar Mosaics to Protect U.S. Cultural Heritage, and you can read it online by clicking here. Congratulations Brendan, for producing a great article that will spread news of LAMP's work here in St. Augustine to our colleagues in the broader marine science industry.

Comments (5)

nice work brendan.
good item for st augustine report.

problem for me with abutment. is it the black area offshore?

Brendan,

Heartiest congrats on the new publication! It's always a treat to read new research on Our Nation's Oldest Port by our chums at LAMP.

Well done, sir!

Best regards,

Davis

Just One word to characterize such a great post "WOW" that was a very interesting read

Great link and article Brendan, I have published a link to it on Twitter.

Brendan and Co. - Excelsior!

"Cap'n Seaweed"

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