Marine Archaeology Course

Learning Programs

Monterrey Shipwreck Bow
Monterrey Shipwreck Bow, Image courtesy NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program 2012

Marine Archaeology integrates geology, geophysics, and archaeology to delineate, identify, and assess inundated archaeological sites, such as shipwrecks and prehistoric sites. This course is sponsored by the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics (OSIG) Committee of the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) Houston Branch. 

The course is focused for geoscientists, engineers, and managers who actively work, contract, or plan marine site investigation programs for exploration and/or field development. The two-day comprehensive course covers the fundamentals of archaeology, the regulatory environments in the United States and around the world, the potential for unanticipated discoveries, data acquisition, interpretation, risk management, and project planning. Incorporating four case studies, the class helps illustrate the potential outcomes of an archaeological or geophysical survey.  Recognized experts in the field from a mix of energy, consulting, and service companies teach the class. 

The Marine Archaeology Course instructors are:
Kimberly Faulk, Geoscience Earth & Marine Services, a Forum Energy Technologies Company
Amanda Evans, Tesla Offshore
James Thomson, BP
Daniel J. Warren, C & C Technologies
  
For further information about the course please email: Kim Faulk, kim.faulk@f-e-t.com

For information about registration contact: Araceli Lopez, communications@suthouston.com  

Follow Us

UT3 Issue 6 2016 / 2017

UT3 is the online magazine of the Society for Underwater Technology. It is a new single authoritative source on subsea engineering for those that do not have time to look at the various subsea news sites.




SUT Houston on Facebook SUT Houston on Twitter SUT Houston on Linkedin