Over the last decades, the long-term trend of risks and damages to the archaeological heritage has received an increasing interest among scholars. This paper provides an updated overview at the long-term evolution of the indexed scientific literature regarding the threats and damages to archaeological heritage, using geospatial technologies. The results aim to provide contribution in reframing priorities for recording, documenting and monitoring of built heritage.

Damages to Archaeological Heritage Recorded, Documented and Monitored using Geospatial Technologies: An Assessement of Indexed Literature

F. Zaina;B. Cuca
2022

Abstract

Over the last decades, the long-term trend of risks and damages to the archaeological heritage has received an increasing interest among scholars. This paper provides an updated overview at the long-term evolution of the indexed scientific literature regarding the threats and damages to archaeological heritage, using geospatial technologies. The results aim to provide contribution in reframing priorities for recording, documenting and monitoring of built heritage.
Proceedings of the 2022 IEEE Mediterranean and Middle-East Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
978-1-6654-2795-1
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