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Keywords:

  • Italy;
  • conservation in situ;
  • natural marine reserves;
  • Baia;
  • Ustica;
  • Torre Astura

The conservation in situ of underwater archaeological heritage is a highly stimulating subject for both archaeologist and conservator as it permits planning and experimentation of new treatment methods opening up new possibilities for conservation, protection and scientific research. This paper offers some remarks on this subject and shows the experience of some Italian underwater archaeological parks.