Aircraft Bibliography

Aircraft Bibliography

Freely availiable online articles

Adams, C. (1992). The treatment of the BMW 810D-2 radial aero engine, rescued from the Loiret River. Available at: http://tighar.org/Projects/Histpres/Corrosion_Report/corrosion.html

Isaacson, A. (2013). The Robotic Search For Lost World War II Airmen. Popular Science. Available at: http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-08/robotic-search-wwii-airmen

Neyland, R.S. & Grant, D. (2001). Navy Aircraft as Artefacts. Department of the Navy, Naval Historical Center, Washington DC. Available at: http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/org12-7f.htm

Spennemann, D.H.R. (1998). Aviation Archaeology in the Marshall Islands in Essays on the Marshallese Past. Available at: http://marshall.csu.edu.au/Marshalls/html/essays/es-ww2-6.html

Wessex Archaeology (2008). Aircraft Crash Sites at Sea: A Scoping Study, Wessex Archaeology. Available at: http://blogs.wessexarch.co.uk/aircraftcrashsitesatsea/files/2008/03/aircraft_crash-sites_at_sea_report.pdf

Wills, R. (1997). Dauntless in Peace and War: A Preliminary Archaeological And Historical Documentation Of Douglas SBD-2 Dauntless BuNo 2106, Midway Madness. Available at:  http://www.atrecovery.com/Images/2106/DAUNTLESSreport2106.pdf

Articles in peer-reviewed journals and books

Degrigny, C. (2010). Use of electrochemical techniques for the conservation of metal artefacts: a review. Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 14(3), pp.353–361.

Fix, P. (2011). From Sky to Sea: The Case for Aeronautical Archaeology. In A. Catsambis, B. Ford, & D. Hamilton, eds. Oxford Handbook of Maritime Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 989–1009.

Holyoak, V. (2001). Airfields as battlefields, aircraft as an archaeological resource: British military aviation in the first half of the C20th. P. Freeman & A. Pollard, eds. BAR International Series, (958), pp.253–264.

Holyoak, V. (2002). Out of the blue: assessing military aircraft crash sites in England, 1912-45. Antiquity, 76, pp.657–663.

Jung, S. (2004). Artefacts from Broome’s World War Two flying boat wreck sites: a survey of data collected 1979-2001. Bulletin of the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 28, pp.63–80.

MacLeod, I.D. (2006). In-situ Corrosion Studies on Wrecked Aircraft of the Imperial Japanese Navy in Chuuk Lagoon, Federated States of Micronesia. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 35(1), pp.128–136

McCarthy, M. (2004). Historic aircraft wrecks as archaeological sites. Bulletin of the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 28, pp.81–90.

Rodgers, B.A., Coble, W.M. & Tilburg, H.K. Van (1998). The Lost Flying Boat of Kaneohe Bay : Archaeology of the First U.S. Casualties of Pearl Harbor. Historical Archaeology, 32(4), pp.8–18.

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