Advances in Global Submerged Paleolandscapes Research
This collection contains the abstracts of the papers presented in the session entitled "Advances in Global Submerged Paleolandscapes Research" at the 86th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology.
Worldwide, there has been an increase in research focused on submerged paleolandscapes as a way to better understand these spaces within a cultural framework and with the intention of identifying evidence of human activity on these once subaerial places. This research tends to be interdisciplinary and technologically advanced and focuses on a wide range of methods to understand sometimes vast regions. We are interested in highlighting this research to the broader archaeological community in part to bring awareness to this maritime research and to bring together a community of scientists from across the globe that can share experiences and help to advance the discipline of maritime archaeological research.
Underwater Archaeology • Paleoindian and Paleoamerican • Coastal and Island Archaeology • Geoarchaeology • Landscape Archaeology • Archaic • Environment and Climate • Migration • Lithic Technology • Paleolithic
North America (Continent) • United States of America (Country) • USA (Country) • United Mexican States (Country) • Delaware (State / Territory) • Georgia (State / Territory) • Mississippi (State / Territory) • Tennessee (State / Territory) • North Carolina (State / Territory) • Kentucky (State / Territory)
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The SPLASHCOS Viewer: The First Online Atlas of Submerged Prehistoric Sites in Maritime Europe and the Mesolithic Site of Strande, Kiel Bay (2021)
The Walker Lake Landscape: Combining Geophysical Studies to Clarify Regional Change and the Archaeological Record (2021)
Where Is the Waterline? Integrating Terrestrial and Underwater Investigations in the Aucilla River, Florida (2021)