Ongoing Environmental Studies - Archaeological Resource Protection – All Regions

Archaeological Resource Protection Studies to evaluate the locations of archaeological sites, evaluate the historic significance, and protect the sites from damage by offshore energy activities.

 Study Name 

Study Number 

Battle of the Atlantic Expedition 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 AT-10-04
Developing Protocols for Reconstructing Submerged Paleocultural Landscapes and Identifying Ancient Native American AT-12-01
Atlantic OCS Cultural Resources Survey and Archaeological Inventory Geographic Information System AT-12-x10

Analyzing the Potential Impacts to Cultural Resources at Significant Sand Extraction Areas

GM-12-04

A Comparative Analysis of an Oil Spill on the Biota Inhabiting Several Gulf of Mexico Shipwrecks: Project Management

GM-13-03a

A Comparative Analysis of an Oil Spill on the Biota Inhabiting Several Gulf of Mexico Shipwrecks: Archaeological Analysis GM-13-03b
A Comparative Analysis of an Oil Spill on the Biota Inhabiting Several Gulf of Mexico Shipwrecks: Microbial Analysis GM-13-03c
Testing and Assessment of the Effects of an Oil Spill on Coastal Archaeological Sites GM-14-04
Archaeological and Biological Assessment of Submerged Landforms off the Pacific Coast PC-14-04