AMAP2 - Characterising the Potential for Wrecks

SeaZone Solutions Limited, University of Southampton, 2012

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The 'AMAP2 - Characterising the Potential for Wrecks' project (AMAP2), commissioned by English Heritage in October 2009 and completed in July 2011, is a collaborative project between SeaZone and the University of Southampton (UoS) which sought to improve the management of the marine historic environment by enhancing our understanding of the relationship between shipwrecks and their surrounding environment. This has been undertaken through the refinement of baseline data for marine spatial planning and the development of a characterisation of the environmental variables affecting the potential for wrecks to survive on the seabed. The project has provided English Heritage with an evidence base for the assessment of the potential for different marine environments to harbour unrecorded wrecks.

The project follows on from Refining areas of Maritime Archaeological Potential for Shipwrecks (AMAP1)