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Complete Title: 
Water & heritage : material, conceptual and spiritual connections
Non IUCN Publication




ForewordIrina Bokova (Director-General of UNESCO)

PrefaceJhr. Ir. Diederik Six (president ICOMOS Netherlands) and Drs. Erik Luijendijk (board member ICOMOSNetherlands)

Culture is the fourth pillar of sustainable developmentOlivier Blond

Water and Heritage: conventions and connectionsHenk P.J. van Schaik, Michael van der Valk and Willem Willems

Evolution of rainwater harvesting in urban areas through the millennia. A sustainable technology for increasing water availabilityBenoît Haut, Xiao Yun Zheng, Larry Mays, Mooyoung Han, Cees Passchier, and Andreas N. Angelakis

Ancient Water Wisdom. Traditional water systems in IndiaVasudha Pangare and Ganesh Pangare

Water and heritage in Angkor, Cambodia. The monuments, the ancient hydraulic network and their recent rehabilitationPeou Hang

Water and World heritageAnne Lemaistre

Beautiful tropical islands in the Caribbean Sea. Human responses to floods and droughts and the indigenous archaeological heritage of the CaribbeanCorinne L. Hofman and Menno L.P. Hoogland

Pacific Islands on the brink of submergence. Rising seas in an age of climate changesJohn A. Peterson

Sand and water – and their effect on the pyramids of Meroe in the SudanAlexandra Riedel

Preserving New York City’s waterfront industrial and maritime heritage through resilient and sustainable development. New York City’s coastal developmentKate Daly

Heritage values of water and sea defense in Recife. Challenges for a local governmental approachEvelyne Labanca Corrêa de Araújo

Hazard vulnerability and management of cultural heritage in the context of water-related hazards in the Republic of KoreaHae Un Rii, Hyo Hyun Sung and Jisoo Kim

Flood Protection for Historic Sites – Integrating Heritage Conservation and Flood Control Concepts. Experiences in GermanyHeiko Lieske, Erika Schmidt and Thomas Will

‘Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get’. Managing the potential effects of oceanic climate change on underwater cultural heritageMark Dunkley

Water as an Agent of Creation and Destruction at PetraDouglas C. Comer

Tsunami and heritage after the 2011 Great East Japan EarthquakeKatsuyuki Okamura

Reinforcing the link between Water and Heritage in order to build Disaster Resilient SocietiesRohit Jigyasu

Between pragmatism and cultural context. Continuity and change in Ifugao wet-rice agricultureStephen Acabado and Marlon Martin

Water Services Heritage and Institutional DiversityT.S. Katko, P.S. Juuti, P.E. Pietilä and R.P. Rajala

The framework of skills and knowledge shared in long-enduring organizations in the improvement of irrigation efficiency in JapanMikiko Sugiura, Yohei Sato and Shinsuke Ota

The Deltaworks: heritage and new space for a changing worldMarinke Steenhuis

Beyond site protection. Embedding natural heritage into sustainable landscapesKenneth Irvine

The Santa Cruz River. Four Millennia of Water Heritage and Security in the U.S.-Mexico Border RegionRafael de Grenade and Robert G. Varady

Cultural and touristic strategies for preservation and enhancement of Venice and its lagoonFrancesco Calzolaio

The Tennessee Valley Authority. How the Development of the Tennessee River Influenced Archaeology in the Southeastern United StatesErin Pritchard, Michaelyn Harle and Pat Bernard Ezzell

Development of the WWC world water heritage systems (WHS) programAvinash Chand Tyagi and Kazumi Yamaoka

Leiden : Sidestone Press, 2015
Physical Description: 
429p. : ill., maps
Publication Year: 

Chapters include bibliographic references

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Record created: 2017/07/10
Record updated: 2020/04/10