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Review of training needs in preservation and conservation

D. W. G. Clements

Review of training needs in preservation and conservation

by D. W. G. Clements

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Published by Unesco in Paris .
Written in English


Edition Notes

PGI-89/WS/15.

Statementprepared by D.W.G. Clements ... (et al.).
ContributionsUnesco. General Information Programme., UNISIST., RAMP.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23127794M

  Nepal is considered a leader among developing nations with regard to conservation legislation and programs; it was among the first Asian nations to develop national conservation legislation, sign CITES, and develop a national conservation strategy. We review the history of modern conservation law in Nepal from the Rana period (early s) to the by: Download the Heritage Preservation Emergency Response and Salvage Wheel iPhone app on your iPhone. It’s free! If you don’t have a smart phone, buy a copy of the Field Guide to Emergency Response (Supplements here) and the Salvage Wheel (English) (Salvage Wheel in Spanish). Both the book and wheel are on sale. $25 buys you both.

  The first Enabling Project underway is to review the bound monographs that are housed across five floors of stacks to determine if they are in good enough condition to move without causing damage. Our student assistants are reviewing each book to find broken or loose sewing, loose or detached boards or spines, detached pages, etc. Continue reading . 1. Introduction “[ ] Conservation today is a complex activity. Just a few years ago it was much simpler, and some decades before that, it did not even exist” (, p. 1).Today, the conservation activities play an important role for transmitting the “meaning” of cultural by:

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