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The ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from 2007 through 2014 and the annual ACUA Calendar (2008 through 2015) are available through the ACUA Storefront at LuLu Press. The Proceedings are available in a bound hard copy and in a download format as a PDF.  They are also now available for the iPad, Nook, Kindle and a generic E-Reader.  You can take it with you and access it anytime. Your purchases help support the publications of the ACUA and the volumes are an important reference tool for students and professionals. Buy your copies and ensure that they will be available well into the future.

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The calendars feature photos from the 1999 through 2014 Photo Competitions. Our friends’ and colleagues’ beautiful images never go out of date!

A Bit of History
The ACUA, and its predecessor organization the CUA, have a publishing history dating back to 1964. Our first publication was the landmark Diving Into the Past: Theories, Techniques, and Applications of Underwater Archaeology: The Proceedings of a Conference on Underwater Archaeology Sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, April 26-27, 1963. It was edited by June Drenning Holmquist and Ardis Hillman Wheeler. Subsequently, the conference Proceedings were published annually from 1978-2000.

In 2007, the ACUA recommitted itself to publishing the Proceedings. In 2008, we added a full-color calendar using award-winning photographs from the annual Archaeological Photo Competition.