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|Title:||Introduction to the stone cycle and the conservation of historic buildings|
Winter, Mike G.
Bromhead, Edward Nicholas
Smith, Jonathan W. N.
Toll, David G.
Walton, Nick R. G.
Entwisle, David Christopher
Dijkstra, Tom A.
|Keywords:||Stone buildings -- Conservation and restoration|
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration
Engineering geology -- Environmental aspects
Hydrogeology -- Environmental aspects
|Publisher:||The Geological Society of London|
|Citation:||Cassar, J., Winter, M. G., Marker, B. R., Bromhead, E. N., Smith, J. W. N., Toll, D. G., ...Dijkstra, T. A. (2013). Introduction to the stone cycle and the conservation of historic buildings. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 46, 363-366.|
|Abstract:||This thematic set of papers relating to the life cycle of building stone was initiated by a call for papers in order to better recognize the contribution that the disciplines and practitioners of engineering geology and hydrogeology make to the conservation of historical buildings, which is intrinsically multidisciplinary. The call for papers particularly focused upon the issues of different stone types used in historical buildings, as well as the performance, durability and conservation of stone in historical settings.|
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