n.a., (2007). Managing the marine cultural heritage. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Managing the marine cultural heritage
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defining, accessing and managing the resource
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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153
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128
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RR153.pdf (8 MB) : Download
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Proceedings of an international conference organised by the Institute of Field Archaeologists and held in September 2004, the aim of which was to disseminate information on approaches to marine heritage management which included new ideas, trials, developments and best practice models, in order to promote understanding and initiate dialogue between heritage practitioners, managers and curators. The papers are divided into the same three themed sections as the conference. The first, entitled `Quantifying the marine cultural heritage', explores a range of issues connected to the gathering, storage, presentation and utilisation of data on submerged heritage. The papers look at a variety of techniques used for data gathering, and explore a number of ways in which these data are being used in specific management scenarios. They also highlight areas where a lack of data, or divergent approaches to the management of data, can create problems. The second, `Management themes and issues for marine cultural heritage', includes discussion of legislative and management frameworks; pressures of development activities on marine heritage management; the ability of the marine conservation sector to react to the recovery of collections; and issues of resources and funding. The third section, `Accessing the marine heritage', focuses on a range of methods and techniques for investigating and presenting marine cultural heritage. Approaches adopted by museums in reaching out to the public are considered, as is the use of state-of-the-art technology. A final section presents a summary discussions on the principal themes and issues raised, which pose challenges now and in the future -- legislative frameworks; management frameworks and research agendas; archives, collection and disposal; and professional development, standards and guidance. Includes French and German summaries. Individual papers include
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Julie Satchell
Paola Palma
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Council for British Archaeology
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2007
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1 902771 68 0
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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30 Oct 2007