Monday, 18th October 2021

Nic Flemming has recently completed a book with this title, subtitled 'The Memoir of a Paraplegic Ocean Scientist', sponsored by the Honor Frost Foundation. It will be published by Sidestone Press on 16 December 2021.

Saturday, 1st May 2021

This two-day meeting hosted by the Society of Antiquaries of London will take place on 6th and 7th May 2021. Details are available on the Society of Antiquaries website

Sunday, 20th December 2020

This online conference included a session on Submerged Landscape Archaeology and the Deep Past of Australia, which took place on Wednesday 9th December 2020

Tuesday, 8th December 2020

Details of the conference programme and the link to register as a participant can be found at https://baltic.earth/EMS2/, The conference will take place from 13.00 to 18.00 Central European Time on 16th and 17th December.

Sunday, 6th December 2020

A new study has appeared in Antiquity journal by James Walker, Vince Gaffney and other members of the ERC-funded Lost Frontiers Project

Monday, 7th September 2020

SPLASHCOS received an honorary mention in the award of the annual European Archaeological Heritage Prize at the recent meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

Thursday, 9th July 2020

New underwater sites have recently been discovered on the continental shelf offshore of the Dampier Archipelago in NW Australia.

Monday, 13th April 2020

Two volumes have now been published on the archaeological work arising from the SPLASHCOS initiative: The Archaeology of Europe's Drowned Landscapes, published by Springer as an open access volume, and Oceans of Archaeology, published by the Jutland Archaeological Society.

Wednesday, 27th November 2019

SPLASHCOS members were invited to a discussion workshop at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC on June 11–12, with USA archaeologists engaged in underwater research, representatives of Native tribal organisations, and Federal agencies.

Monday, 5th November 2018

The Australian Research Council (ARC) is funding a new three-year project (2017-2020), the Deep History of Sea Country, dedicated to mapping submerged landscapes and the search for underwater archaeology off the coast of Western Australia.