The Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology (AJMA)
The AJMA is AIMA's primary annual publication. It began in 1978 as the Australian Maritime Archaeology Association Newsletter and evolved quickly into a respected peer-reviewed journal. In 1980, after only four volumes, it was renamed Bulletin of the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, commonly referred to as the AIMA Bulletin.
In 2017, after another three decades, the journal was redesigned and renamed the Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology to better reflect the geographical span of its core readership. Whilst comprising contributions of broad scope on all aspects of maritime archaeology anywhere in the world, its primary focus is the maritime archaeology and cultural heritage of Australia, New Zealand and the Southwest Pacific Islands (Oceania), Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean region. Today, the AJMA is the primary conduit for maritime archaeology research output for these regions.