A collection of case studies taken from cultural world heritage sites. Using examples from the world's most significant archaeological and architectural legacies, the book identifies the problems involved with site management. It demonstrates models of good practice, looking at the functions of the different organizations involved and the range of variation among sites. The work should be suitable for practitioners and students involved in heritage management and conservation management.
Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Case Studies from World Heritage Sites
Management & Computers