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By John H. Jameson Jr. (auth.), Della A. Scott-Ireton (eds.)

In growing interpretive techniques for maritime websites, archaeologists and source managers usually are required to imagine creatively to beat demanding situations and difficulties. those matters contain studying websites in inaccessible destinations and intensely deep water, permitting and controlling entry to fragile websites and limited components, tracking customer habit, making info attention-grabbing to a large viewers, and developing possibilities for public engagement, between different issues. assembly demanding situations offers state-of-the-art interpretation and public schooling innovations for maritime assets, either on land and underwater, with emphasis on fixing the original difficulties usually linked to offering those fragile, limited-access websites as background points of interest and on constructing potent visitation and civic engagement possibilities. The examples provided preferably can function types for source managers, archaeologists engaged in interpretation, and location directors. This quantity brings jointly a various staff of history execs to debate matters they’ve encountered and to give rules and case experiences for adapting, improvising, and overcoming them.

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Although scuba divers visit the shipwreck under licence, the site is in an exposed offshore location, making the prevailing diving conditions difficult. It is therefore unlikely that the numbers of visitors will ever total more than a few 100 divers per year. These levels will not make a meaningful impression on the local region’s visitor figures, acknowledging that the Stirling Castle’s story is also told in 6 Stirling Caste is a 70-gun warship built in 1678 at Deptford, one of 20 third-rate vessels ordered by Samuel Pepys to regenerate the English Navy, found in 1979 by sport divers in the Goodwin Sands off Kent, UK.

For others, facility tours and accompanying discussions allow for UAB staff to illustrate how submerged cultural heritage is directly associated with something that a particular visitor already values within their frame of reference. The result is that each tour is customized to the particular visiting audience and addresses individualized subject matter. Post-visit verbal and written feedback from visitors indicates their reception of a more complete understanding of issues pertaining to submerged cultural heritage and many communicate a renewed appreciation for the Branch’s mission.

The Economics of Recreational Diving If government is driven by the social and economic value of the historic environment, a calculation of the value of UK recreational diving, which is focused on the thousands of wrecks around the coast, predominantly from the two world wars, would be helpful. According to information published in Charting Progress 29 (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs [DEFRA] 2010), an estimated 270,000 recreational divers are in the UK, with 70 % of their activity focused on the coast.

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