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Title: The deterioration of cultural property by airborne pollutants : a case study of a Mediterranean island
Authors: Bonanno, Anthony
Cassar, JoAnn
Keywords: Air -- Pollution -- Environmental aspects -- Malta
Air -- Pollution -- Malta -- Case studies
Cultural property -- Protection -- Malta
Air quality management -- Malta
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: European Network of Scientific and Technical Cooperation for Cultural Heritage
Citation: Bonanno, A., & Cassar, J. (1991). The deterioration of cultural property by airborne pollutants: a case study of a Mediterranean island. PACT (Journal of the European Study Group on Physical, Chemical, Mathematical and Biological Techniques Applied to Archaeology), 33, 161-182.
Abstract: The Maltese archipelago is situated in the central Mediterranean, at a distance of 93 km from Sicily, 288 km from North Africa, 1826 km from Gibraltar and 1510 km from Alexandria. It has a total area of ca. 300 sq. km and a coastal length of 50 nautical miles ; the length of the largest island (Malta) is 27 km and its width is 14 km. The second largest island of the group is Gozo, which is 14 km long and 7 km wide. Both islands, and especially Malta, are densely populated.
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