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Managing the marine cultural heritage

Managing the marine cultural heritage

defining, accessing and managing the resource

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Published by Council for British Archeology in York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Underwater archaeology.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection.,
  • Historic preservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-107) and index.

    Statementedited by Julie Satchell and Paola Palma ; with contributions by Francisco J. S. Alves ... [et al.].
    SeriesResearch report (Council for British Archaeology) -- 153
    ContributionsSatchell, Julie., Palma, Paola., Council for British Archaeology., English Heritage.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC77.U5 M35 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 114 p. :
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18820064M
    ISBN 101902771680
    ISBN 109781902771687
    LC Control Number2007534414

    – Tundi Agardy, Executive Director, Sound Seas, Author of Ocean Zoning: Making Marine Management More Effective (Earthscan, ). "This book addresses the challenges of implementing and effectively managing MPAs for narrower habitat protection. It also places MPAs in the broader context in terms of both governance and ecological theories. "And the students from Balranald Central School, they're slightly older, wanted to do a book on cultural heritage. "So, they've written a book about footsteps — a track or a trail that runs from Mungo National Park to Yanga National Park, because there are a lot of Aboriginal students there and both of those parks are very important to.

    Creating and Managing a Digital Library Creating a digital library takes time, effort, and resources, but the tools • Marine scientist, Steven B. Roberts at Washington University used altmetrics to get promotion to by libraries or cultural heritage organizations, excluding digital content from the publishers” (Matusiak.   Introduction. Managing coastal and marine resources is becoming increasingly complex as multiple-use increases. There is mounting pressure on coastal and marine estates arising from the activities of multiple sectors such as fisheries, oil and gas, marine renewable energy, sea bed mining, shipping, and urban and coastal development (Vierros et al., ).Cited by:

    Auron Tare (, present) is an Albanian historian, journalist and cultural heritage manager. Currently, General Director for the Albanian National Coastal Agency (Agjencia Kombëtare e Bregdetit)/ Former Member of Parliament for Tirana and member for the Media and Cultural Committee for the Albanian Parliament. In May he was elected Chairman of Unesco Scientific and Technical Commity on. This publication is licensed by the Commonwealth of Australia for use under a Creative Commons By Attribution International License with the exception of the Coat of Arms of the Commonwealth of Australia, the logo of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, any other material protected by a trademark, content supplied by third parties.


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