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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Coastal Heritage Risk – Imagery in Support of Heritage Management

Coastal Heritage at Risk - Using historic imagery to support management of threatened coastal heritage - Historic England, Professor. Robin McInnes.

"In January 2016 Historic England commissioned a new study, CHeRISH (Coastal Heritage Risk –Imagery in Support of Heritage Management), which demonstrates how artworks, photographs and postcards from the period 1770–1950 can support the management of vulnerable sites on the coastlines of south-west England".

Thanks to Peter Murch for the link.

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