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Heading into the Wind: Climate Change and the Implications for Managing Our Cultural Landscape Legacy | Liz Sargent and Deborah Slaton

Heading into the Wind: Climate Change and the Implications for Managing Our Cultural Landscape Legacy | Liz Sargent and Deborah Slaton

For many of us, the most easily envisioned effect of climate change will be a rise in sea levels that conjures visions of truncated coastlines,…

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Managing Coastal Change in the Cultural Landscape: A Case Study in Yankeetown and Inglis, Florida | Michael Volk, Kathryn Frank and Belinda B. Nettles

Managing Coastal Change in the Cultural Landscape: A Case Study in Yankeetown and Inglis, Florida | Michael Volk, Kathryn Frank and Belinda B. Nettles

Introduction Climate change, including the related phenomenon of global sea level rise, is transforming landscapes, exacerbating risks to human settlements and economies, and forcing societies…

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A Conditional Preservation for Ephemeral Sites | Ursula Emery McClure

A Conditional Preservation for Ephemeral Sites | Ursula Emery McClure

Introduction The ephemerality of the built environment exists through a multitude of lenses and questions the presumed need for traditional trajectories of preservation and longevity….

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