AIMA Bulletin Vol 40 (2016)


Table of Contents

K. Edwards, N. Bigourdan, I. McCann and D. Cooper
3DMAPPR: community-based underwater archaeological photogrammetry program in Perth, Western Australia

M. Price, J.T. Raupp, K. Keogh and J. Burns
Managing a sigh of relief: the wreck of USNS Mission San Miguel

M. McCarthy
Military-related studies by the Department of Maritime Archaeology at the Western Australian Museum: an overview after 45 years

I.D. MacLeod
Refining conservation treatments for iron shipwrecks: lessons learned from experiences with the USS Monitor (1862) and the SS Xantho (1872)

K. Browne
World War II Graveyard of the Pacific: Palau

F. Stankiewicz, J. Kowlessar, A. Kahn, J. Benjamin and P. Baggaley
Cultural resource and acoustic survey of the Australian ketch John Robb


R. Mack and R. Hawarden

The use of historical images to date archaeological sites. An answer to ‘A response to the article, ‘A possible pre-Tasman canoe landing site, or tauranga waka, in Golden Bay, South Island, New Zealand’, by Rüdiger Mack and Rosanne Hawarden’ published in the Bulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology (2015), 39: 131–138