2 edition of Applying spatial information technologies to the field of historic preservation found in the catalog.
Applying spatial information technologies to the field of historic preservation
Carrie Lynne Tatnall
Written in English
|Statement||by Carrie Lynne Tatnall|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 114 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||114|
Columbia GSAPP Masters (M.S.) in Historic Preservation Program includes heritage preservation, building protection, and conservation of the world’s architectural, cultural, and historical monuments. First US graduate program for historic preservation, located in New York City. Program Information. The Master of Science in Historic Preservation (MSHP) is a 45 credit hour program, usually completed in 15 or 18 months (three regular semesters and possibly part or all of one summer). It is designed to accommodate the background and needs of both those students with substantial experience and those new to the on: 14th Street, Denver, , CO.
The Master of Science in Historic Preservation (M.S.) program provides an education that empowers individuals to work with and to help others while realizing their own personal and professional potentials. To mirror the environment we help preserve and to prepare students for diverse careers, the program couples a multi-disciplinary. The Master of Design Studies in Historic Preservation is a 4-semester, credit degree that gives students the knowledge, technical expertise, and leadership skills necessary to promote and preserve historical buildings and cultural landscapes.
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Technology transfer has played an increasingly important role in historic preservation during the latter half of the twentieth century, a situation attested to by the undertaking of an important congressional study in that assessed the role of federal agencies in the field.
In this book. Robert A. Young, PE is Associate Professor, University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning; B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine, an M.S. in Architectural Engineering. from the Pennsylvania State University, an MBA from the University of Michigan, and an M.S.
in Historic Preservation (Planning) from Eastern Michigan by: 6. Geographic information technologies provide the tools and methodologies to accurately create digital representations of historical landscapes.
These tools enable the visualization and geospatial analysis of landscapes and significant historical events, greatly enhancing the understanding of temporal and spatial interactions between these events Cited by: Historic Preservation Technology is ideal for the student considering a career in the science of preservation or the educator teaching the subject.
It is also an excellent reference for the preservation advocate or NGO who requires a quick primer in preservation technology. The book establishes a strong foundation for an American audience. It introduces historic preservationFile Size: KB.
Norm Tyler's new book is a much needed addition to the literature on Historic Preservation. Loaded Provides an easy-to-read introduction to the field of historic preservation and the key issues.
Historic Preservation in the Twenty-First Century Historic Preservation Technology: A. A basic primer on the American historic preservation movement, useful for both students of preservation as well as anyone interested in historic buildings and their relevance today.
A Field Guide to American Houses: The Definitive Guide to Identifying and Understanding America's Domestic Architecture, by Virginia Savage McAlester.
Here the main concern is on Spatial and Temporal (ST) information and the paper proposes that with recent developments in the field of Geospatial technologies, heritage preservation can be. Since it was first published inThe Economics of Historic Preservation: A Community Leader’s Guide has become an essential reference for any preservationist faced with convincing government officials, developers, property owners, business and community leaders, or his or her own neighbors that preservation strategies can make good economic sense.4/4(12).
Open Data Flows, Spatial Histories, and Visualizing the Future of Preservation technologies and methods for historic preservation. The article outlines examples where digital humanities Author: Jennifer Minner. A Brief History of Preservation and Conservation at the Library of Congress Kenneth E.
Harris and Susan E. Schur 1. One of the early Librarians of Congress, in transforming the. Architectural Survey and Documentation.
Architectural survey and documentation form the cornerstone of historic preservation efforts. Resources identified during the survey process provide the information base from which planners, cultural resource managers and other preservation professionals make decisions, develop theories and study material culture through structures.
For example, GIS software can create maps that show the spatial relationship between a proposed campground and a historic site, or between a planned highway and a Revolutionary War battlefield. With each success, the National Park Service increasingly embraces GIS to define relationships between park management needs and historic preservation.
This makes geographic information systems (GIS) a great resource for our field, since it allows us to create, manage, visualize, and analyze spatial data. The National Trust’s foray into GIS began when its research division, the Preservation Green Lab (PGL), began working to make the case that older buildings contribute in significant.
Use those citations to identify the fields of study where the records will be useful. Demonstrate the connections between the materials and significant fields of study in American history. Be as specific as possible about how the materials document important events, trends, and fields.
The National Register of Historic Places is administered by the National Park Service in partnership with State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPOs), Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (THPO) and Federal Preservation Officers (FPOs).
The National Register eligibility criteria, which are often adopted or adapted for use in state and local designation processes, are. In this case study, FEMA and NPS collaborated on field assessment methodology to meet National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) requirements in post-Katrina New Orleans.
40, structures were assessed using Trimble GPS hardware and software integrated with ESRI ArcGIS for collection and management of cultural resource data.
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This chapter reviews some of the more significant applications of these technologies in archaeology and historic preservation and suggests future trends.
It is arguably the case that space and time are the two central dimensions of our record of the by: 2. Historic Preservation: An Introduction to Its History, Principles, and Practice The Preservation of Historic Architecture: The U.S.
Government's Official Guidelines for Preserving Historic Homes New Solutions for House Museums: Ensuring the Long-Term Preservation of America's Historic Houses. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and.
The opportunities and challenges of preservation technologies / Ray A. Williamson --Remote sensing methods / Thomas Sever --Near-surface, high resolution geophysical methods for cultural resource management and archaeological investigations / Don.
H. Heimmer, Steven L. De Vore --Science-based dating methods in historic preservation / R.E.Theories of historic preservation serve as models for practice, integrating the humanistic, artistic, design, scientific and political understandings of the field.
This course examines the historical evolution of historic preservation, reviews theoretical frameworks and .Welcome to - the online resource for historic preservation, building restoration and cultural resource management in the United States & goal is to foster the preservation of historic buildings, historic downtowns and neighborhoods, cultural resources and to promote heritage tourism by facilitating communication among historic preservation professionals .