Case studies written primarily by Latin American and Caribbean archaeologists demonstrate exciting and cutting edge research, conservation, site preservation, and interpretation of underwater and maritime archaeology in the region.
About the Author :
Margaret E Leshikar Denton has contributed to Underwater and Maritime Archeology in Latin America and the Caribbean as an editor.
Margaret E. Leshikar-Denton serves with the Cayman Islands National Museum. Initiatives include research exhibitions, a shipwreck register, a maritime heritage trail, shipwreck preserves, and advocating legislation. She has worked in the Caribbean, Mexico, United States, Spain and Turkey. Chair of the SHA UNESCO Committee, and a research associate with Institute of Nautical Archaeology, she also serves on the ICOMOS-ICUCH and ACUA.
|Title:||Underwater and Maritime Archeology in Latin America and the Caribbean||Publisher:||Left Coast Press|
|Author:||Margaret E Leshikar Denton, Pilar Luna Erreguerena|
|No. of Pages:||316|
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