Conservation compendium. Part 1: Why keep it? Engineers and the modern conservation movement

Author: James Miller

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5 January 2015

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Conservation compendium. Part 1: Why keep it? Engineers and the modern conservation movement

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James Miller
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The Structural Engineer
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James Miller

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The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 1, 2015, Page(s) 14-17

Date published

5 January 2015

Author

James Miller

Citation

The Structural Engineer, Volume 93, Issue 1, 2015, Page(s) 14-17

Price

Standard: £10 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

James Miller, a Conservation Accredited Engineer, introduces a new series on conservation engineering by exploring the philosophy and history of the modern conservation movement, from its roots in the works of John Ruskin to the present day.

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14-17
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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