A group of maritime archeologists studying sea levels in the Black Sea have uncovered over 40 shipwrecks this year as a “complete bonus.” The Black Sea Maritime Archeology Project has been trawling the seabed to understand how quickly the water level rose after the last Ice Age, 20,000 years ago. But their surveys ended up uncovering dozen
The Aralkum desert was once the Aral Sea. Only 50 years ago, the Aral Sea was the world’s fourth largest lake, between the borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The sea was home to a fishing industry that produced 50,000 tons of fish and fed over 100,000 people. Today, there is a toxic and hostile man-made desert in its place. …
Six Navy divers from the experimental dive unit at the Naval Support Activity Panama City, emerged from a decompression chamber Tuesday after a 15-day trial. They've been testing new equipment that will make it easier and less expensive to perform underwater recovery missions.
Researchers investigating the mysterious Oak Island, located on the south shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, have made a startling announcement regarding the discovery of a Roman ceremonial sword and what is believed to be a Roman shipwreck, radically...
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