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1.5 EARTH AND RELATED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, 6.5 OTHER HUMANITIES
The global scale and unpredictable nature of climate change impacts on cultural heritage poses a challenge for conservation management. This article explores the potential of indicators as an aid for decision makers in the heritage sector. The author proposes a new indicator tool for addressing long-term stone recession impacts that may be related to climate change. The indicator is being installed at two World Heritage sites in Ireland but no results are available. The prototype was developed during doctoral research at the Technological University of Dublin.
Daly, C. (2011) The Potential for Indicators in the Management of Climate Change Impacts on Cultural Heritage. Cultural Heritage Preservation. EWCHP 2011 Proceedings of the European Workshop on Cultural Heritage Preservation. EWCHP 2011, 2 - 28 September, 2011, Berlin, Germany. doi:10.21427/cah8-hq45