Partners in Research and Preservation for the Battle of the Atlantic: A Case Study in Programmatic Synergy
Author(s): David W Alberg
ABSTRACT: Conducting long-term broad-scope projects have become increasingly difficult in ever-shrinking federal budgets and a slow economy. This reality has necessitated an all-inclusive approach, partnering with a wide range of institutions to achieve an end. Since the Battle of the Atlantic Project began in 2008, NOAAs Office of National Marine Sanctuaries has partnered with several internal line offices: Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Office of Coast Survey, Office of Marine and Aviation Operations, and the National Centers for Coastal and Ocean Science. Federal interagency partnerships with BOEM, National Parks Service and the U.S. Navy, as well as partnerships with the State of North Carolina have been integral to successful operations. Academic Programs, NGOs and volunteer groups have all come together to participate and contribute to this important aspect of Maritime Heritage.
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Partners in Research and Preservation for the Battle of the Atlantic: A Case Study in Programmatic Synergy. David W Alberg. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Seattle, Washington. 2015 ( tDAR id: 433772)
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