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D05 01 PROTHEGO WP5 Hi tech monitoring

D.05.01: High Tech Monitoring Techniques

Version: 1.4; Issue date: 31 March 2018.

This Open Access report presents the results of PROTHEGO’s WP5 Task 5.1, researched and written by CUT in collaboration with UNIMIB as work package leads. It examines and proposes local scale Hi Tech monitoring techniques in order to show the main low impact monitoring techniques currently used in the field of heritage conservation from geo-hazard.

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D.02.01: Available satellite InSAR data for the European WHL sites

Version: 1.0; Issue date: 27 April 2017.

This Open Access report presents the results of PROTHEGO’s WP2 Task 1, developed and implemented by NERC as WP leader, to provide a general overview of the coverage of existing satellite InSAR datasets for the UNESCO sites of Europe, and to identify data coverage gaps.

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D.07.01: Dissemination and communication strategy

Version: 1.0; Issue date: 13 January 2016.

This Open Access report outlines the strategy that, in collaboration with ISPRA, CUT, UNIMIB and IGME, NERC designed to disseminate PROTHEGO's objectives, methodologies and achievements and to engage stakeholders and heritage practitioners to maximise the impact of the project.

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D.01.01: UNESCO Cultural Heritage Vs Natural hazards at European scale

Version: 1.0; Issue date: 15 December 2016.

This Open Access report presents the results of PROTHEGO’s WP1, implemented ad developed mainly by ISPRA as WP leader, and focussed on the analysis of the state-of-the-art on geo-hazards in the UNESCO WHL sites of Europe.

See also Appendix A : WHL European Sites 2015, PROTHEGO project preliminary hazard overview (November 2016).

Posters

2018

Castellanza, R, Tettoni, A, Valagussa, A, Frattini, P, Moddy, W, and Crosta, G. 2018. Advanced analysis to evaluate geo-hazards in Cinque Terre, Italy. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

Comerci, V, Leoni, G, Spizzichino, D, Carta, C, and Marcelli, M. 2018. Case study: Rome city walls. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

Fernández-Merodo, J A, Mateos, R, Azañon, M, Ezquerro, P, García-Davalillo, J C, Lorenzo, C, Perez–García, K L, and Novo, C. 2018. The Alhambra case study. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

Iadanza, C, Guariono, P M, Leoni, G, Margottini, C, Spizzichino, D, Trigila, A, Osanna, M, De Nigris, B, Martellone, A, and Francioni, E. 2018. Case study: Pompeii. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

Mateos, R M, Fernández-Merodo, J A, Garcia, J C, and Spizzichino, D. 2018. Coastal lateral spreading in the World Heritage Site of the Tramuntana range (Mallorca, Spain). The use of PSInSAR monitoring to identify vulnerability. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

Novellino, A, Harrison, A M, Hobbs, P R N, Wang, L, and Bee, E. 2018. Local scale investigation and modelling of geohazards at the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

PROTHEGO: Protection of European Cultural Heritage from Geo-Hazards. European Civil Protection Forum 2018, Brussels, 6 March 2018.

Themistocleous, K, Danezis, C, Medonidis, E, Kouhartsiouk, D, Frattini, P, and Valagussa, A. 2018. The Choirokoitia case study. PROTHEGO dissemination event, UNESCO, Paris, 23 March 2018.

2017

Carta, C, Cimino, M G, Leoni, G, Marcelli, M, Margottini, C, and Spizzichino, D. 2017. SAR interferometry monitoring along the ancient Rome city walls: the PROTHEGO Project case study. EGU Assembly 2017, Vienna, 23–28 April 2017. Geophysical Research Abstracts, vol 19, EGU2017 — 13462-1

Iadanza, C, Leoni, G, Margottini, C, Spizzichino, D, and Trigila, A. 2017. The updated scenario in Europe of landslide susceptibility vs UNESCO cultural heritage: the PROTHEGO project. Fourth World Landslides Forum 2017, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 29 May – 2 June 2017.

Valgussa, A, Frattini, P, Berta, N, Spizzichino, D, Leoni, G, Margottini, C, and Crosta, G B. 2017. Multi-criteria analysis for the detection of the most critical UNESCO World Heritage List (WHL) sites across Europe. EGU Assembly 2017, Vienna, 23–28 April 2017. Geophysical Research Abstracts, vol 19, EGU2017 — 17107.

Brochures

JPI-CH brochure

JPI-CH brochure

Version: March 2017

Project brochure designed by the JPI-CH Coordinator, and including PROTHEGO's objectives and goals, and program of activities.

PROTHEGO project leaflet

PROTHEGO project leaflet

Version: 1.0; Issue date: 31/03/2016

General project leaflet designed by NERC for the five Project Partners to distribute to the Associate Partners and other stakeholders during project meetings and user consultation workshops, external dissemination events and conferences.

UNESCO reports

Research Framework of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site (DVMWHS)

DVMWHS Research Framework

Knight D. (ed.) 'Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Research Framework', Aug 2016, 120 pp. ISBN 978-0-9541940-7-9

Research Framework of the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site (DVMWHS), edited by Dr David Knight (Trent & Peak Archaeology, York Archaeological Trust – Associate Partner of PROTHEGO), and published by the Derwent Valley Mills Partnership, Matlock, UK.

The report mentions PROTHEGO as one of the initiatives providing a global perspective on assessment of the impact of natural hazards upon UNESCO WHL cultural heritage assets.