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U/W Archaeological Society of British Columbia

The Underwater Archaeological Society of British Columbia (UASBC), is a non-profit group, who have worked systematically since 1975 to search for, locate, identify, survey, and protect many historic shipwrecks, and other historic resources, for the benefit of future generations.

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