December 5, 2016. National Heritage Science Forum.
The seventh survey in the Filling the Gaps series looks at research needed to better adapt to a changing climate when caring for collections, archaeological remains and the built environment.
The National Heritage Strategy evidence report called for:
1. Modelling the impact of predicted change on collections
2. Adaptation to climate change in caring for the built historic environment, through research into:
3. Research allowing a better understanding, adaptation and mitigation against the following issues affecting archaeological remains:
If you know of any research, published or unpublished, that has been carried out in these areas since 2009, please help us 'fill in the gaps' by adding it to our survey form. Any information is welcome - you don't need to complete all the fields, but the more information you can provide, the more useful a resource we can compile.
Many thanks for your contribution to this project - please share this link amongst your colleagues!
National Heritage Science Forum
For a more detailed introduction/background to the 'Filling the Gaps' project, see this HP post:http://www.heritageportal.eu/News-Events/Press-Releases/Filling-the-Gaps-in-Heritage-Science-research-1.html
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