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Engineering Geology for Society and Territory - Volume 8: by Giorgio Lollino, Daniele Giordan, Cristian Marunteanu,

By Giorgio Lollino, Daniele Giordan, Cristian Marunteanu, Basiles Christaras, Iwasaki Yoshinori, Claudio Margottini

This e-book is one out of eight IAEG XII Congress volumes, and bargains with the upkeep of cultural history. In 1972, the area background conference associated in one framework the recommendations of nature conservation and the upkeep of cultural websites. because then, engineering geology is enlarging its contributions to nationwide and foreign tasks in this subject and is extending its pursuits to key concerns like: safeguarding of monuments and websites from geotechnical views; complicated tracking; investigations on cultural landscapes; improvement of geo-databases for cultural background class; reviews at the interactions among humankind, typical panorama evolution and cultural background; research of weathering and deterioration of rock homes of monuments; threat research of websites tormented by ordinary dangers etc. With the contributions during this e-book, engineering geologists, conservation scientists and extra specialists from different typical, social and financial sciences, in addition to representatives of foreign corporations and nationwide and native administrative gurus alternate their rules and practices on tradition background maintenance via proposing either neighborhood case stories and multidisciplinary foreign initiatives. The Engineering Geology for Society and Territory volumes of the IAEG XII Congress held in Torino from September 15-19, 2014, examine the dynamic function of engineering geology in our altering international and construct at the 4 major subject matters of the congress: setting, techniques, concerns and techniques. The congress issues and topic parts of the eight IAEG XII Congress volumes are: weather swap and Engineering Geology. Landslide procedures. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water assets. Marine and Coastal approaches. city Geology, Sustainable making plans and panorama Exploitation. utilized Geology for significant Engineering tasks. schooling, specialist Ethics and Public attractiveness of Engineering Geology. renovation of Cultural Heritage.

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One of the main inputs to such interpretation came from the recent discovery of a wide potential landslide on which the citadel was probably 1 Engineering Geology in Shaping and Preserving the Historic Urban Landscapes 17 Fig. 22 Machu Picchu and the surroundings Fig. 23 Possible borrowing quarry/paleo landslide deposit of archaeological site of Machu Picchu (left) and methodologies for squared hard rock block production (right) built. Depending on the particular topographical and morphological situation, the area was presumably used as a borrowing cave for building construction or as a foundation basement of entire neighborhoods of the city (Fig.

In: Proceeding of the conference: building cities resilience to disasters in Europe: protecting cultural heritage and adapting to climate change. Venice, 19–20 Mar 2012. Accessed 15 Mar 2014 Camuffo D, Sturaro G (2004) Use of proxy-documentary and instrumental data to assess the risk factors leading to sea flooding in Venice. Glob Planet Change 40:93–103. 1016/S09218181(03)00100-0 Canuti P, Margottini C, Casagli N, Delmonaco G, Falconi L, Fanti R, Ferretti A, Lollino G, Puglisi C, Spizzichino D, Tarchi D (2009) Monitoring, geomorphological evolution and slope stability of Inca citadel of Machu Picchu: results from Italian INTERFRASI project.

1 a, b. Temperance statue, Carrara marble. In 1900 (left) the state of conservation was rather good, in 1976 (right) some missing parts are visible due to marble dechoesion after heavy atmospheric pollution exposure • give precise and appropriate indication on the kind of diagnosis studies to be performed, promoting in this way conservation works on an increasing number of artifacts; • increase longevity and reduce maintenance costs of conservation works, therefore reducing costs in the on a long-term range because conservation operations will be needed less frequently over time spaced out; • facilitate professional mobility and international trade and increase the employment opportunities especially for young conservators, restorers, technicians etc… • facilitate the exchanges between interested parties in Europe, respecting cultural identities, through the use of a common vocabulary.

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