How do we best survey and monitor underwater wrecks and waterlogged munitions (including the SS Richard Montgomery)?

Background

The grow and level up the economy strategic priority is at the heart of the government’s agenda to spread opportunity across the UK. Transport has a crucial role to play, whether it be through improving connectivity across the United Kingdom and growing the economy by enhancing the transport network, on time and on budget. DfT has a number of specific interests in this space, notably our infrastructure projects, Places for Growth and our apprenticeships and skills work.

Next steps

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Source

This question was published as part of the set of ARIs in this document:

DFT-Areas of research interest 2023 GOV UK

Related UKRI funded projects


  • Digital Network for Nautical Archaeology

    Ships were both complex machines and also the embodiment of the aspirations, ambitions and hopes of the maritime communities which built and sailed them. Understanding and interpreting the archaeological remains of such ...

    Funded by: AHRC

    Lead research organisation: University of Wales Trinity St David

    Why might this be relevant?

    The project focuses on the use of digital tools for nautical archaeology, which could be applied to survey and monitor underwater wrecks and waterlogged munitions.