Amelia Research & Recovery, LLC
Note: Amelia Research & Recovery, LLC will not link its website to any other website containing any type of adult or offensive material.
Amelia Research & Recovery is always looking for new links to add to our website. Although we have no hard and fast rules on what links can and cannot be added to our links page, we do try to keep our outside links within our general industry and the issues surrounding it.
We encourage you to submit your website link to our links page using the online form below. Once we receive it, our Webmaster will visit your website, categorize it and add it to our links page (which may take several days).
In return, of course, we ask that you add an "In kind" link to our website from yours. The link URL is http://www.ameliaresearch.com and a simple text link is sufficient.
However, if you would like to add a "Banner" or Graphic link to your website in support of Amelia Research & Recovery, please contact our Webmaster here and we'll develop a custom graphic to be placed on your website.
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UNESCO Final Draft of Convention for the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage
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Internet Archaeology Journal
An excellent Online Archaeological Journal covering a variety of topics
Institute of Nautical Archaeology
A leader in Nautical Archaeology
The Professional Shipwreck Explorers Association, Inc. A Not-for-Profit Trade Association.
Amelia Island Museum of History
Experience history exclusively through the narrations of docents, walking tour guides, lectures and instructors who revive 4,000 years of Amelia Island's astonishingly impressive history, personalized by museum artifacts and the Victorian seaport architecture of Fernandina Beach.
The Robert S. Friedman Field Station (FFS) of Suffolk University is located at Cobscook Bay in Edmunds, Maine. Cobscook Bay is part of the lower Bay of Fundy system and is noted for its great tidal fluctuation and its abundance of boreal coastal marine life. The laboratory is a 40-acre camping field station accommodating approximately 50 persons in residence. Student, faculty and staff housing is in small cabins requiring sleeping bags. A central Comfort Station provides shower and lavatory facilities. Meals are prepared by a kitchen staff and are served in a dining facility. Classroom and laboratory facilities support the instructional program, supplemented by a circulating sea water system and two 13' Boston Whalers. The station is operated seasonally with a full summer offering of courses and as needed for special course-related field studies.