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Underwater archaeology - Around the Arch
December 2011 Issue
Students in anthropology Professor Ervan Garrison’s underwater archaeology class spend some time training in the marine sciences pool to practice mapping, measuring and photographing a sunken boat. It is the first time for the course at UGA and requires students to make and sink a PVC grid, photograph and measure the boat and any artifacts found aboard, simulating an actual boat excavation.
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