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Institutions of higher learning, or sections thereof, engaged in teaching and research into marine archaeology.
Organized body of people aimed at the advancement, exchange of information, or group activities in the field of submarine archaeology.
Underwater archaeological preserves, where divers can view wrecks or other underwater remains of human activity.
Only those sites which present the archaeology of one or more shipwrecks will be listed in Science/Social_Sciences/Archaeology/Topics/Underwater/Shipwrecks/

Sites that present the history of one or more shipwrecks belong in Society/History/By_Topic/Maritime/Ships

Sites that contain MAINLY locations and descriptions of shipwrecks should be submitted to Recreation/Outdoors/Scuba_Diving/Wreck_Diving/

Sites that offer artifacts, books, or graphics (maps, etc) for sale should be submitted to the most appropriate shopping or business categories such as Shopping/Antiques_and_Collectibles/Artifacts/Treasure/

The scientific study of the material remains of sunken maritime vessels.
The scientific study of the material remains of submerged human habitations and other man-made structures, both those originally on land but now under water and those created at the water's edge and partly submerged, such as ports.
Sites describing the methodology and technology employed in underwater archaeology and allied scientific disciplines that contribute to the dating or evaluation of objects discovered in archaeological investigation.
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