CHAIRMAN. Dr. JEAN-BERNAT MEMET (France)
ISCUA COORDINATOR. JAVIER RODRÍGUEZ PANDOZI (IBEAM, Spain)
Keynote DR. DAVID GREGORY (Denmark). In situ Preservation of Marine Archaeological Sites: Out of sight but not out of mind.
Dr. JAMES HUNTER (Australia). The Barque Sou-th Australian: Discovery, Documentation and Management of South Australia’s oldest known shipwreck.
ANGELOS MANGLIS (Greece): Responsible accessibility as the better protection and preservation of Underwater Cultural Heritage. An ongoing effort in Greece.
Dr. RAFIK KELLAF (Algeria): Preventive protection and management of underwater archaeological sites. Algeria as a case.
NICHOLAS C. BUDSBERG (USA): Continuing Conversations of Conservation in-situ and the Highbourne Cay Shipwreck, Bahamas.
NAYDEN L. PRAHOV (Bulgary): Conservation Challenges before the Submerged Heritage of Nesebar on the Western Black Sea Coast.
GIULIA TONIATO (Italy): Protection of Coastal Archaeological Sites.
KIERAN HOSTY (Australia): The battle for HMAS Perth - Saving a wrecked Second World War cruiser from illegal salvors.
CARLOS DEL CAIRO (Colombia): Community Skills Stren-gthening for the Conservation of a Coastal and Underwater Cultural Landscape in Bocachica, Cartagena de indias.
FLAVIA PUOTI (Italy): In situ conservation of can-nonc in marine enviornment: cathodic protection, cleaning treatment and coverage with geotextiles.
ANDRÉS ZUCCOLOTTO (Mexico): Preliminary studies for the decrease in the attack of Teredo Navalis and the in-situ Conservation of submerged woods in the mexican caribbean.