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Two wrecks in a historic careenage
Van Slyke, A., Scott-Ireton, D., & Franklin, M. (2021). Two wrecks in a historic careenage: The case for identification of the Deadman’s Island and Town Point shipwrecks in Pensacola Bay, Florida. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/10572414.2021.1951069
The Ocean Decade Heritage Network
Trakadas, A., Firth, A., Gregory, D., Elkin, D., Guerin, U., Henderson, J., Kimura, J., Scott-Ireton, D., Shashoua, Y., Underwood, C., & Viduka, A. (2019). The Ocean Decade Heritage Network: Integrating Cultural Heritage Within the UN Decade of Ocean Science 2021–2030. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 14, 153-165. doi:10.1007/s11457-019-09241-0
The Flintlock Site (8JA1763)
Horrell, C. E., Scott-Ireton, D. A., Smith, R. C., Levy, J., & Knetsch, J. (2009). The Flintlock Site (8JA1763): An unusual underwater deposit in the Apalachicola River, Florida. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 4, 5-19. doi:10.1007/s11457-009-9041-6
Between the devil and the deep
Scott-Ireton, D. A. (Ed.). (2014). Between the devil and the deep: Meeting challenges in the public interpretation of maritime cultural heritage.
Review of Bridging the gap in maritime archaeology
Scott-Ireton, D. A. (2019). Review of Bridging the gap in maritime archaeology: Working with professional and public communities. Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, 6(3), 227-228. doi:10.1080/20518196.2019.1608642
Shared heritage
Scott-Ireton, D. A. (2008). Shared heritage: British shipwrecks in Florida. Shared Heritage: Joint Responsibilities in the Management of British Warships Overseas.
Shipwrecks and sports divers
Expressions of a dying tradition
As the sand settles
Scott-Ireton, D. A., & McKinnon, J. F. (2015). As the sand settles: Education and archaeological tourism on underwater cultural heritage. Public Archaeology, 14(3), 157-171. doi:10.1080/14655187.2016.1191925
Historical archaeology and public engagement
Deep thoughts
Scott-Ireton, D. A. (2017). Deep thoughts: A look at public access to deepwater sites through the Mardi Gras Shipwreck. Historical Archaeology, 51, 425-432. doi:10.1007/s41636-017-0046-y
Review of The Gulf of Mexico: A Maritime History by John S. Sledge
Scott-Ireton, D. (2020). Review of The Gulf of Mexico: A Maritime History by John S. Sledge. The Alabama Review, 73(4), 373-376. doi:10.1353/ala.2020.0039
Art-I-Facts
Scott-Ireton, D. (2017). Art-I-Facts: San Pedro. Dig into History, 19(3), 57-57.
Heritage awareness diving seminars
Scott-Ireton, D. (2011). Heritage awareness diving seminars: Teaching divers about protecting the underwater cultural environment. Sources: The Journal of Underwater Education, 23(3), 11-11.
Florida's mystery wreck
McKinnon, J. F., & Scott-Ireton, D. A. (2006). Florida’s mystery wreck. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 35(2), 187-194. doi:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2006.00113.x
Saipan’s Maritime Heritage Trail
McKinnon, J. F., & Scott-Breton, D. A. (2020). Saipan’s Maritime Heritage Trail. Warfare History Network.
Historic wrecks
Gribble, J., Parham, D., & Scott-Ireton, D. (2009). Historic wrecks: Risks or resources. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, 11(1), 16-28. doi:10.1179/135050309X12508566208326
Archaeological and biological examination of “The Mystery Wreck” (8MO143) off Vaca Key, Monroe County, Florida
Smith, R. C., Scott-Ireton, D., McKinnon, J., Beckwith, S., Altmeier, B., & MacLaughlin, L. (2006). Archaeological and biological examination of “The Mystery Wreck” (8MO143) off Vaca Key, Monroe County, Florida: A Report Submitted to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary in Fulfillment of a NOAA Maritime Heritage Program Mini-grant.
Lessons learned along the way
Lees, W. B., Scott-Ireton, D. A., & Miller, S. E. (2015). Lessons learned along the way: The Florida Public Archaeology Network after 10 years. Public Archaeology, 14(2), 92-114. doi:10.1080/14655187.2015.1112690
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