This volume features the proceedings of the First International Conference on Maritime Heritage, a major new initiative stemming from the need to bring together different parties interested in issues of heritage and development at an international level. Focusing on state-of-the-art technology and the most up-to-date discoveries to be applied to maritime heritage preservation, the book also contains contributions from scholars and professionals on the future of historic harbours, dockyards and other similar maritime structures in today's world, as well as the function of historic vessels and their heritage value.
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past present and future
Maritime culture in an inland lake?
a case study using hydrographic systems
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