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|Web Page:||http://serapisproject.org; http://www.personal.psu.edu/users/m/c/mct154/|
|List Affiliations:||Reviewer for H-Maritime
|Interests:||American History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Maritime History / Studies
Dr. Tuttle has over twenty years of experience in maritime history and archaeology conducting Phase I, II, and III archaeological survey, testing, and mitigation projects. He has completed documentary research in various state archives associated with maritime issues and histories. Consultation with multiple State Historic Preservation Offices as well as numerous Federal agencies such as the Army Corps of Engineers has resulted in a solid understanding of both state and federal regulations and requirements.
Having participated in well over one hundred and fifty archaeological projects Dr. Tuttle’s experience ranges from remote sensing survey to full shipwreck site recordation. In particular Dr. Tuttle has completed numerous remote sensing and diving projects in locations throughout the United States. Environments encountered during these investigations varied from rivers such as the Piscataqua, Savannah, Niagara, Red, Tennessee and White, to lakes such as Champlain, Michigan and Tahoe as well as the open water of the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific. Temporally he has investigated potential shipwreck sites ranging from late fifteenth century through to modern twentieth century vessels. Dr. Tuttle’s has deep experience participating in remote sensing and diver investigations in various river, lake and ocean environments. In addition to deep experience in American waters Dr. Tuttle has conducted research in Madagascar, Ghana, the Dominican Republic and the Marshall Islands with the intent of helping local organizations and government agencies to locate and protect their underwater cultural resources. Dr. Tuttle’s experience in a wide range of projects gives him a thorough understanding of the particular needs associated with conducting maritime cultural resources investigations and developing protection strategies.
Dr. Tuttle also has six years of university and college level teaching experience, regularly presents at conferences and various interested historic and archaeological societies and is an effective public speaker.