MAHS Now Meets Bi-Monthly - You're invited!
Dave Shaw will be presenting a talk and demonstration of 3-D Photogrammetry for underwater archaeology. Dave says to bring your smartphone if you wish to try it for yourself.
The image to the right is of barrel casts from the Pickles Reef site, in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, taken by Corey Malcom of the Key West Maritime Historical Society.
Join us, Tuesday, February 14, at 7:30 PM at McLean High School. The public is invited.
Over the final weekend in June, MAHS returned to Pickles Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary for its annual Field School and ongoing survey and mapping of shipwreck features.
Images from the weekend of work can be found on the MAHS Projects page.
2016 Pool Session Photos
MAHS held the pool session for the 2016 Introduction to Underwater Archaeology Course on April 30. Photos can be seen here. Special thanks this year to Blu Water Scuba in Mabassas for the use of their pool.
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