Salvage means 'rescue' and as such may refer to:

  • Marine salvage, the process of rescuing a ship, its cargo and sometimes the crew from peril
  • Salvage tug, a type of tugboat used to rescue or salvage ships which are in distress or in danger of sinking
  • Vehicle salvage
  • Salvage data, the process of extracting data from damaged, failed, corrupted, or inaccessible primary storage media
  • Salvage archaeology, an archaeological survey and excavation carried out in areas threatened by construction or development
  • Salvage ethnography, the practice of salvaging a record of what was left of a culture before it disappeared
  • Salvage therapy, medical treatment for those patients not responding adequately to First line treatment

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