SPLASH archaeologists have extensive excavation experience of submerged precontact archaeological sites. Our research is oriented around theoretical and methodological techniques which promotes a more holistic study of past cultures.
Thorough knowledge of geological processes is important to understand where submerged sites are located and how they may have been protected.
Local Sea-level reconstructions are paramount to understanding where the coastlines were as the glaciers melted after the last glacial period. It also assists in locating where freshwater sources were by determining terrestrial water table depths.