Underwater Archaeologist, Ph.D.

The world of archaeology continues to inspire - and there is still so much to discover and preserve! 

By engaging with diverse multilingual audiences in science and education through a combination of research, technology and multimedia, we can inspire the value of cultural-environmental heritage. Carmen has made it her mission to keep bridging gaps between academia and the public – we all deserve access to knowledge!   

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Carmen is an Underwater Archaeologist with a PhD from the University of Southampton, and an AAUS/ESDP Scientific Diver. She has 10+ years of extensive experience conducting international maritime and terrestrial archaeological excavations/surveys, geoarchaeological and geophysical surveys, as well as photogrammetry, GIS, and museum/outreach projects (e.g. in the UK, US, Egypt, India, Oman, Spain, Albania, Montenegro, Croatia). 
She has collaborated with research institutions, governmental agencies, outreach organisations, and museums such as the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Western Australian Museum, and Mary Rose Museum. 

Currently she is developing 3D photogrammetric models for the Natural History Museum's collections and is an Expert Archaeologist & Presenter for Past Preservers for scientific/educational research and documentaries.


Archaeological Projects

For various snippets of archaeological projects scroll down, and for further information visit Resume page or LinkedIn

See also: Digital Archaeology | Academic Research | Recommended Research Platforms 

Cala Cativa II Shipwreck Excavation. Catalunya, Spain. Photography: D. Selmo.

Maritime Archaeological Survey of Oman CRM. Oman. Photography: S. Lopez. 

Albania 2016 Marine Science Expedition. Albania. Photography: S. Lopez.

Red Sea Roman Shipwreck Project. Egypt. Photography: Red Sea Project.

Roman harbor site in Zadar. Illyrian Coastal Exploration Program. International Centre for Underwater Archaeology. Croatia. Photography: L. Pape.

Photogrammetry and GIS Specialist. Natural History Museum.

Photogrammetry and GIS Specialist. Natural History Museum.

Archaeology Teaching & Outreach
at Alliance Middle Academy 8 school

Muziris Heritage Project: Pattanam Archaeological Research. 5th Season. India. Photography: Muziris Heritage Project.

Project Supervisor of Magnetometric Survey. Muziris Heritage Project: Pattanam Archaeological Research. 5th Season. India.

Muziris Heritage Project: Pattanam Archaeological Research. 5th Season. India.

Red Sea Roman Shipwreck Project. Egypt. Photography: Red Sea Project.

Archaeological/ Ecological Survey in Zadar. Illyrian Coastal Exploration Program. International Centre for Underwater Archaeology. Croatia.
Photography: Lee Pape.

UNESCO Manual | Underwater Cultural Heritage | Documentation | Documentation Programme (Rules 26 and 27) www.unesco.org | Red Sea Roman Shipwreck Survey Project. Egypt. Photography: Ziad Morsy.

Museum of Mirbat | Maritime Archaeological Survey of Oman | CRM. Oman. 

Albania 2016 Marine Science Expedition. Albania. Photography: S. Lopez.

Montenegrin Maritime Archaeological 
Research Project
. Montenegro. 
Photography: JD Hill. 

Muziris Heritage Project: Pattanam Archaeological Research. 5th Season. India.

Maritime & Experimental Archaeology, Viking Ship Museum. Denmark. Photography: H. Farr.

Albania 2016 Marine Science Expedition. Albania. Photography: P. Campbell.

Quseir al-Qadim Archaeological Site. Egypt. Photography: R. Thomas.

Noviodunum Archaeological Project. Romania. Photography: C. Moore.

Schooner Amanda Foreshore Maritime Archaeological Survey CRM. England. Photography: Q. Saint-Amand.

Schooner Amanda Foreshore Maritime Archaeological Survey CRM. England. Photography: R. Quick.

Maritime Archaeological Survey of Oman |  CRM. Photography: R. Bynoe

Geoarchaeological Survey: Wootton-Quarr | CRM. England.
Photography: C. Moore.

Wolvesey Palace Geophysical Surveys. England.
Photography: N. Holliday.

Archaeological Lab in Valparaiso. Chile. Photography: S. Lopez.

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