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[8-1] - Guidelines for Marine Forensic Investigations

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The Guidelines for Marine Forensics Investigations, developed by a variety of maritime experts including engineers, architects, historians, anthropologists, filmmakers, and hydrodynamicists, it is intended to be used by professional and amateur investigators in the field of marine forensics investigations. The detailed manual showcases information gleaned from diving and marine forensic analysis conducted on historic shipwrecks including specific examples from the Titanic, Britannic, Edmund Fitzgerald, Lusitania, Andrea Doria, and Bismarck and many others.

Written by leading experts in the burgeoning field of marine forensics investigations, authors include Guidelines for Marine Forensics Investigations editor Sean Kery, Senior Hydrodyamicist and Vice Chairman of the Marine Forensics Committee, and world-renowned naval architect William Garzke, Chairman of the Marine Forensics Committee of SNAME and Symposium Chairman. Expert in passenger ship design, Philip Sims, Naval Marine Engineer Principal Leader, CSC and Titanic” director and deep sea underwater explorer and inventor of autonomous underwater 3-D cameras, James Cameron also contributed to the development of the guidelines as well as Paul Henri Nargeolet, who has been the chief investigator of the Titanic wreck and developer of techniques in deep ocean exploration.