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Community Rescue: Saving sites from the sea

  • Dawson, Tom
Erosion threatens coastal sites around the globe and Scotland has been pioneering a methodology of community action that brings local groups and professional together to work at sites before they are destroyed. This builds upon the Historic Scotland rapid coastal surveys and the follow-up analysis of collected data to prioritise action. Projects such as Shorewatch and the Scotland’s Coastal Heritage at Risk Project (SCHARP) have seen communities update records and participate in practical work. This paper presents the background to these community initiatives, giving details of two projects; the excavation of an Iron Age Wheelhouse in the Hebrides and the relocation of Bronze Age structures in Shetland.
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Boletín de Novedades de Paisaje Cultural. Abril 2021

  • Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico (IAPH)
Boletín informativo que reseña un paisaje seleccionado entre los inscritos en el Registro de Paisajes de Interés Cultural de Andalucía y ofrece información en materia de Paisaje Cultural.
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The Role of Information Management for the Sustainable Conservation of Cultural Heritage

  • korro Bañuelos, Jaione
  • Rodríguez Miranda, Álvaro
  • Valle-Melón, José Manuel
  • Zornoza-Indart, Ainara
  • Castellano Román, Manuel
  • Angulo Fornos, Roque
  • Pinto Puerto, Francisco
  • Acosta Ibáñez, Pilar
  • Ferreira-Lopes, Patricia
Central to the entire discipline of heritage restoration and conservation is the concept of information management. Nevertheless, traditionally, conservation and restoration has been a poorly documented discipline, which has led not only to a lack of standardization and awareness about the processes carried out in the past, but also poses problems both when new restoration works are necessary and for the preventive conservation of the elements of heritage. This study sets out to propose a conceptual framework to explore the relationship between conservation of heritage and information management on the basis of case studies; in particular: a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) of a regional government concerning an endangered plant (wild grapevine) with an important potential for cultural and touristic uses in a wine-making region; an open data guide—the Digital Guide of Andalusian Cultural Heritage; a university repository connected to Europeana, which contains reports and outcomes of projects of geometric documentation of elements of heritage; a repository of an organization in charge of the protection and care of the heritage; and finally, two examples of the use of heritage building information models (HBIM) in complex monuments. After discussing the characteristics of each case, this paper concludes that, although the availability of information and tools is growing, further progress is still necessary concerning the interoperability, outreach and reuse of the different solutions.
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  • Espinosa Spínola, María Gloria
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Placa a Bernardo O'Higgins

  • Martínez Montiel, Luis Francisco
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  • Martínez Montiel, Luis Francisco
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  • Martínez Montiel, Luis Francisco
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