An underwater physiologist with deep roots in the commercial and scientific diving industries, in the late 1980’s he suddenly found himself without a challenge. “They had pretty much learned how to do what they needed to and so weren’t doing much in the way of physiological studies,” says Hamilton.
Ghostly graveyard of 60 perfectly preserved ancient shipwrecks is found by climatel scientists at the bottom of the Black Sea By Harry Pettit For Mailonline 09:42 19 Sep 2017, updated 18:05 19 Sep 2017
Understanding the importance of underwater archaeology: An abstract The sea level has influenced humans since the beginning. The action associated with the rise of body water (glacial- interglacial climatic cycle) changed the paleography of the continental shelf which means that one-time marine environments now can be populate it by human (even for prehistoric human occupation). […]