|1. Marine Geology
is the study of the
geographical formations and history of the sea.
2. ANGUS Stands for:
(A) Acoustically Navigated Graphing Underwater Submarines
(B) Aerial Numerically Unified Guided Sound
(C) Acoustically Guided Underwater System
(D) Acoustically Navigated Geological Underwater Survey
3. A circular search is a:
(A) Uncomplicated way for divers to search an area of the seabed. The diver begins at a fixed point on the bottom, secures the search line and then swims a circle with the line stretched.
(B) Searching device that allows a nautical archaeologist to know his exsact location while searching the site on the sea floor.
(C) Complicated search method that is drawn on graphing paper prior to the actual ocean search.
(D) Centralized search that is done only from a submarine
4. Argo is a sled equipped with video cameras that transmits moving pictures its environment.
5. A Water dredge is a:
(A) A pump like device used primarily for shallow water excavations.
(B) A pump like device used primarily for deep water excavations.
(C) A device that dredges sand to test for salinity content.
(D) A deep water dredge that tests for the presence of sea worms
(A) Are larva from the Jewlera Shrimp, that are attracted to decaying wood.
(B) A highly destructive wood eating worm like creature that has two siphons at the which protrude into the water.
(C) A wood eating crustation that creates small tunnels in waterlogged wood
(D) A microscopic seafaring parasite that is a member of the termite family, also known as termitus mariner.
7. Who is the "Founding Father" of Nautical Archaeology?
(A) George Bass
(B) Robert Ballard
(C) Frank Goddio
8. How many times did the Hunley sink:
9. Survey is the process of
(A) Dredging a site for artifacts
(B) Using a circular grid to map a site
(C) Thoroughly examining a site and its surrounding area before excavation
(D) Centralized mapping process
Concretion is made up of grains of
sand, shells particles, coral and sea plants.