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November 2016

“The NEVA has since been the stuff of legend, lore of the sea. People have been looking for the wreck site and survivor’s camp for two centuries with little progress. Over the last few years, however, David McMahan, a retired Alaska State Archaeologist who has been interested in the NEVA for years, has mounted a more successful search. The initial work was a partnership of...

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In May, 2014, Sean Adams was the keynote speaker at the Vancouver Maritime Museum speaking about the Yukon Gold Rush Steamboat Survey he participated in. He discussed recent field work on the shipwrecks of the Yukon gold rush.   Sean spoke about shipwrecks of the Yukon Gold Rush Speaker: Sean Adams, Archeological Surveyor and member of the Yukon Gold Rush Steamboat Survey.   Sean reported on the Survey’s 2013 field season.  The Survey...

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As UAVs begin to make their way into everyday usage, it makes sense that they have practical applications in golf, too. Here’s some eye in the sky views of golf courses we’ve filmed for TheHoleGolfer.com. (Storey Creek Golf Club) It will be interesting to see the uses golfers dream up for their personal improvement. It’s alluring to see your swing from above but being able to see...

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