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Results: January 1996 to December 2014 > Underwater Archaeology

1-11 of 11 results

December 1, 2014

Farewell to the Knorr

Research ship and crew made oceanographic history

September 11, 2014

High-tech Dives on an Ancient Wreck

Archaeologists return to Antikythera with advanced ocean technology

September 11, 2014

The Exosuit Comes Aboard

Cutting-edge diving apparatus gets first archaeological mission

April 12, 2012

The Quest to Map Titanic

Shipwreck drove advances in deep-sea imaging technology

September 2, 2010

A Titanic Tale

A former Alvin pilot recalls his 1986 dives on the shipwreck

December 18, 2009

Shipwrecks Offer Clues to Ancient Cultures

Modern deep-sea vehicles expand vistas to see into the past

August 14, 2009

Noah's Not-so-big Flood

New evidence rebuts controversial theory of Black Sea deluge

April 15, 2008

DNA in Shipwrecked Jars Reveals Clues to Ancient World

New tool offers a way to find out what past civilizations were shipping and trading

January 29, 2008

WHOI Ship Hunts for Revolutionary War Wreck

A research vessel joins the search for John Paul Jones's famous ship

April 1, 1997

"What a Year!"

WHOI's Deep Submergence Lab Brings Together Four Technologies to Serve Three Diverse Expeditions

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