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3 weeks ago
Rising Seas Swallowed Countless Archaeological Sites. Scientists Want Them Back | DiscoverMagazine.com

The sea took some of prehistory’s most important archaeological sites. Scientists want to take them back.

1 month ago
Florida Public Archaeology Network - Northwest Region

Archaeologists have long debated how and when people first populated the Americas, and now, modern developments in DNA testing are providing new clues to this mystery. Recently, the remains of two ... See more

1 month ago
The trouble with the curve: Reevaluating the Gulf of Mexico sea-level curve

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Quaternary InternationalVolume 525, 10 August 2019, Pages 103-113The trouble with the curve: Reevaluating the Gulf of Mexico sea-level curveAuthor links open overlay ... See more

2 months ago
Texas A&M research uncovers theories on the first Americans

Texas A&M University researchers say artifacts found in Idaho that are about 16,000 years old are a substantial discovery that indicates the first Americans may have entered by the Pacific

2 months ago
Timeline Photos

11 June 2019.
SPLASH archaeologists piece-plot artifacts in the Suwannee River and gain insight into the Archaic cultures that once inhabited the region.
#submergedprecontactarchaeology #underwater ... See more

2 months ago
Field photos

Photos throughout the years.

Photos throughout the years.

2 months ago
Florida Public Archaeology Network - Central Region

Great news about the museum at one of the SPLASH Project’s favorite Florida State Parks!

Wonderful news about the Silver River Museum in Ocala...
"This is the third building expansion the Felburn Foundation has done on the museum,” said Executive Director of the Felburn Foundation Guy ... See more

2 months ago
Timeline Photos

During July 2019, an international team of SPLASH archaeologists mapped a precontact quarry in the Gulf of Mexico that was likely submerged 5,000 years ago. #submergedprecontactarchaeology ... See more

2 months ago
Timeline Photos

This summer during a dig, SPLASH archaeologists discovered the first Paleoindian Point ever recovered in a controlled context during an underwater archaeological excavation in the Suwannee River,FL. ... See more

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