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You might enjoy this fossil slideshow. Just some very neat fossils.
I found a paper on the Padre Island and Emanuel Point shipwrecks. Simplified, the hypothesis is that the pattern of ceramics on a wreck site can help you determine something about the type of ship was involved. There were however some other details that you might find interesting, for example the following illustrations on early salvage techniques.
I suspect that there will be differences between deep and shallow water wrecks and some other factors.
|Dragging for a Wreck.|
Source: Arnold, 1979.
|Salvage Divers Following Chain Down To Wreck.|
Source: Arnold, 1979
Arnold III, J. Barto, 1979. Documentary Sources for the Wreck of the New Spain Fleet of 1554, David McDonald, translator. Texas Antiquities Committee Publication, No. 8, Austin.
You might find the study of the wreck sites, ceramics, etc. interesting.
Here is the link.
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Promoting interest in Florida archaeology.