ForSEAdiscovery project conducted a series of underwater expeditions in shipwrecks around Finisterre (A Coruña)

13-19 September 2014. ForSEAdiscovery project researchers began their work in Finisterre, to analyze and determine the impact of the construction of the ships of the Spanish and Portuguese imperial fleets in the Early Modern Age, in the forests of the Iberian peninsula, and among many other issues trade relations sea ​​in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Published the book 'Historical GIS and the Study of global Trading Networks (1500-1800)' by Ana Crespo Solana

This book explores new methods and techniques for research about mechant networks and maritime routes of trade during the First Global Agethrough the use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a tool to visulize the formation of trading systems, database management, cartography and spatio-temporal analysis in Historical GIS.


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The ForSEAdiscovery project follows the spirit and the text of the  UNESCO Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage especially in the matters detailed in its Annex

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