Dave Parham is an experienced archaeologist and diver / diving supervisor who has directed maritime archaeological projects that range in date from the Bronze Age to the Second World War and in scope from strategic studies to extensive field investigations. He has worked extensively throughout the British Isles as well as the Baltic, Mediterranean, Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea. His research interests focus on the archaeology of seafaring and ship construction of all periods but can extend into underwater cultural heritage management on occasions
Lowther, J., Parham, D. and Williams, M.V., 2017. All at sea: When duty meets austerity in scheduling monuments in English waters. Journal of Planning and Environment Law, 2017-J (3), 246-264.
Knight, K.Y., Cousins, T.A. and Parham, D., 2019. A comparison of biodegradation caused by Teredinidae (Mollusca:Bivalvia), Limnoriidae (Crustacea:Isopoda), and C. terebans (Crustacea:Amphipoda) across 4 shipwreck sites in the English Channel. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 23, 854-867.
Parham, D., 2017. Response of david parham to sean kingsley's comments on his review of sean kingsley's fishing and shipwreck heritage: Marine archaeology's greatest threat? (bloomsbury, 2016). Antiquaries Journal, 97, 301-302.
Lowther, J., Parham, D. and Williams, M.V., 2017. All at sea: When duty meets austerity in scheduling monuments in english waters. Journal of Planning and Environment Law, 2017-January (3), 246-264.
Mearns, D.L., Parham, D. and Frohlich, B., 2016. A Portuguese East Indiaman from the 1502-1503 Fleet of Vasco da Gama off Al Hallaniyah Island, Oman: an interim report. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 45 (2), 331-350.
Berry, J., Parham, D. and Appleby, C., 2019, The Poole Iron Age Logboat, Archaeopress Archaeology.
Berry, J., Parham, D. and Appleby, C., 2019, The poole iron age logboat.
Parham, D., Needham, S. and Frieman, C.J., 2013, Claimed by the Sea; Salcombe, Langdon Bay and other Marine Finds of the Bronze Age, Council for British Archaeology Research Reports Series.
Parham, D. and Williams, M., 2011. An Outline of the Nature of the Threat to Underwater Cultural Heritage in International Waters. In: Yorke, R., eds. . Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage in International Waters Adjacent to the UK: Proceedings of the JNAPC 21st Anniversary Seminar, Burlington House November 2010. Portsmouth: Nautical Archaeology Society, 5-14.
Parham, D., 2007. The Future for the management of the UK's Protected Wreck Sites. In: Littlewood, M. and Satchell, J., eds. Informing Marine Designation: Sourcing Field Evaluation of Marine Historic Assets Expertise. MAG.
Parham, D., Palma, P. and Merritt, O., 2008. Matching Undergraduate Education with Marine Archaeological Research: Bournemouth University's BSc Marine Archeology Programme. In: Pydyn, A. and Flatman, J., eds. Collaboration, Communication and Involvement: Maritime Archaeology and Education in the 21st Century. Nicolaus Copernicus University Press, 95-104.
Parham, D., 2008. Project Management. In: Bowens, A., eds. Archaeology Underwater: the NAS guide to principles and practice. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Parham, D., 2001. The Norris letters 1592. In: Monaghan, J. and Bound, M., eds. A ship cast away about Alderney : investigations of an Elizabethan shipwreck. Alderney, Channel Islands: The Alderney Maritime Trust.
Cousins, T., Harrison, T. and Parham, D., 2020. The Maritime Archaeology of Duplex Drive Tanks in the United Kingdom. In: Rodrigues, J. and Traviglia, A., ed. IKUWA6 28 November-2 December 2016 Western Australian Maritime Museum Fremantle. Freemantle: Western Austrailia Museum.
Herbert, R.J.H., Blanco Fernández, E., Boutouil, M., Guerra, M., Hall, A.E., Pinto, I.S., Stafford, R., Parham, D. and Castro Fresno, D., 2018. Do Artificial Reefs have a role in the restoration of biodiversity and ecosystem services in the NE Atlantic? In: International Marine Conservation Congress 5 22-30 June 2018 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Parham, D., 2010. The Post Medieval Swash Channel Wreck at Poole. In: Brunel Institute (SS Great Britain) Opening Event 6 November 2010 Brunel Institute (SS Great Britain), Bristol.
Parham, D., 2006. The international significance of Britain's shipwrecks. In: Managing the Marine Cultural Heritage: Significance 27-28 September 2006 Portsmouth University, England.
Parham, D., 2008. University education and maritime archaeology. In: Institute of Field Archaeologists Annual Conference 2008 18-20 April 2008 Swansea University, Wales.