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Deciphering historic landscapes: A case study of Slender West Lake in Yangzhou, China
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Landscape Research Group Ltd, 2016)
Historic landscapes today are changing gradually or abruptly, and the abrupt changes have caused the loss of much historic information. How to identify and protect the significant evidence of dynamic landscapes is a question ...
Towards an understanding of dialectical authenticity of historic landscapes in China
(Wiley on behalf of Institute of Australian Geographers, 2020-10-16)
This article explores stakeholders' understandings of authenticity in a selected historic landscape of China, and focuses on views about appropriate conservation and management strategies. The World Heritage listed site, ...
Digitisation of scenic and historic interest areas in China
Digital documents have become the major information source for heritage conservation practice. More heritage managers today use electronic maps and digital information systems to facilitate management and conservation of ...