Submerged Resources Archaeological Damage Assessment Methods Class


Archaeological Damage Investigation & Assessment has scheduled an offering of its’ five-day Submerged Resources Archaeological Damage Assessment Methods Class in Houston, Texas, Monday, May 7, 2012 through Friday, May 11, 2012. The class will be hosted by Geoscience Earth and Marine Services.

This class is open to all professional archaeologists. (Law enforcement officers, prosecuting attorneys, and agency managers who have an interest in archaeological damage assessment may sit in on the class during the final two days with no tuition fee.)  The registration deadline for the class is close of business on Friday, April 13 2012.

Class Registration:
There is not a class registration form.
To register for the class, contact Martin McAllister (phone: 406-239-1874, email: and make arrangements for payment of the class tuition fee. If you have questions concerning class logistics, please contact Martin. The class tuition fee is $850.00. Arrangements for payment of the tuition fee must be made by the class registration deadline. The tuition fee can be paid by credit card (Visa or MasterCard), purchase order or check. (Credit cards will not be charged until after the class registration deadline or until after the class, depending upon the instructions of the credit card holder.) If necessary, an invoice for the class tuition fee can be emailed or faxed to the participant or their employer prior to the class.