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archaeological sites in the Gulf of Mexico
Offshore Supply Vessel Oil and Gas Exploration
To increase protection of marine archaeological resources, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is proposing a requirement for oil and gas lessees and operators to submit an archaeological report with all plans for exploration or development on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) that propose seabed disturbance. Currently, an archaeological report is required only if...
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What Does Marine Archeology Have In Common With Oil and Gas Exploration?
From the end of the last Ice Age, when sea levels were about 200 feet lower than they are today, to more recent times during the past 400 years, the underwater floor of America’s Outer Continental Shelf tells many tales of our history that might not have otherwise been discovered without the impetus of oil...
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