Books, Proceedings & CDs

T&R Bulletin [8-1] - Guidelines for Marine Forensic Investigations
Various Authors (2012)


The Guidelines for Marine Forensics Investigations, developed by a variety of maritime experts including engineers, architects, historians, anthropologists, filmmakers, and hydrodynamicists, 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. 
ISBN: 978-0-939773-91-6 ♦ CD-ROM ♦ 1 lb

Purchase CD  List: $100.00 Members: $50.00 ♦ Students: $35.00


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A Chronology of Boating on the Navesink River
A Chronology of Boating on the Navesink River
by Hendrik F. van Hemmen (2010)


In this baby coffee table book, SNAME Fellow Rik van Hemmen describes the chronology of boating on the Navesink River. The book is a tour through time of a small river in New Jersey both in pictures and in words, but also provides a vivid picture of how people interact with the water depending on their economic circumstances, their geographical location or their available resources.
The book reinforces that naval architecture is deeply woven into a society's structure and that naval architects cannot ignore humanity's connection with the water, just like architects cannot ignore humanity's connection with the land. Naval architecture exists in canoes, aircraft carriers and tankers alike, and while the aircraft carriers may provide the bread and butter, the canoes provide the next generation of naval architects.
100 pages ♦ ISBN 978-1-4507-5192-6 ♦ Soft Cover ♦ 1 lb

Purchase Book  List: $35.00 ♦ Members: $30.00 Students: $30.00


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