Erebus (Other Keyword)

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Digital Photogrammetric Recording of HMS Erebus (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thierry Boyer.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada: 2016-2019 Underwater Archaeological Investigations" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The use of 3D digital recording methods is now commonplace in underwater archaeology and one of the more established and accessible methods is without a doubt digital photogrammetry. This technology has been used in conjunction with other techniques to...


HMS Erebus Material Culture: Reaching Out to Individuals in Shipwreck Historical Archaeology (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles Dagneau.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada: 2016-2019 Underwater Archaeological Investigations" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. The discoveries of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror promise long-waited answers to lingering mysteries of the 1845 Franklin Expedition. Archaeological study of the HMS Erebus wreck site (as well as initial exploration of the HMS Terror wreck) demonstrate the...


"Like winning the Stanley Cup": The Discovery of Sir John Franklin's HMS Erebus in the Canadian Arctic (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marc-André Bernier.

In September of 2014, the Prime Minister of Canada announced with great fanfare the discovery of one of the two lost ships of Sir John Franklin’s expedition that left England in 1845. The discovery in the Canadian Arctic of the ship eventually identified as HMS Erebus was the result of the most ambitious survey effort to locate Franklin’s vessels. Started in 2008, the search program, spearheaded by Parks Canada and the Government of Nunavut for underwater and terrestrial archaeology components...


Planes, Chains and Snowmobiles: A Decade of Parks Canada Underwater Archaeology in the Canadian Arctic (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marc-André Bernier.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada: 2016-2019 Underwater Archaeological Investigations" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. In 2008, Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team launched an Arctic search program, principally to locate the wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, the ships of Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition. Over the years the program blossomed to the point...


The Wreck of HMS Erebus: A Fieldwork and Research Update (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jonathan Moore.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada: 2016-2019 Underwater Archaeological Investigations" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. HMS Erebus is situated amongst islands and reefs in Wilmot and Crampton Bay, off the west side of the Adelaide Peninsula, Nunavut. Since the wreck’s discovery in 2014, Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team has completed a multi-year site...


The Wreck of HMS Terror (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ryan Harris.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site of Canada: 2016-2019 Underwater Archaeological Investigations" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. This paper will present a preliminary archaeological examination of the wreck of HMS Terror, discovered in September 2016, in the aptly (but coincidentally) named Terror Bay, along the southwestern shore of King William Island, Nunavut. To date, Parks...