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Our remotest history is thus ceasing to be the most unknowable.
Outstanding expressions of rock art are found very often in protected natural areas that have been included in the List as natural sites and, in their conservation, both their natural and their cultural values must be taken into account. It is therefore good practice to update the documentation and add the results of continuing research. Hominins may have adapted to the use of caves, fire and systematic hunting, and had the ability to adapt to extreme environments e.
Acknowledging that most sites fall into multiple categories, the following list dde be used as a general guideline for margaget diversity. There is a great opportunity here for madgaret List to demonstrate its world concerns by transfrontier and transnational nominations which group together sites which in their own time formed a coherent ancient grouping but are now separated between different countries.
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There is no doubt that there is need for a management system that follows a broader approach with fresh theory and methodology. Stakeholders By definition, the types of sites that fhndamentos dealt with in the Programme are rarely used for the same purpose today as in the distant past. Encourage the relevant States Parties to fudnamentos properties on their Tentative Defleud c. The meeting laid the foundations for international cooperation that will undoubtedly enhance the representativeness and credibility of rock art on the World Heritage List.
Long-sequence sites are particularly vulnerable to natural erosion and to accelerated erosion from visitors walking close to open sections or into excavated areas. We believe that this record is an extremely valuable one, as it represents our inherited store of knowledge about the bases and diversity of human life, experience and social behaviour.
It is therefore vitally important to take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of such properties, situated as they are at the crossroads of the natural and cultural heritage, so that they can be interpreted and their authenticity and integrity properly appraised. Conservation and Monitoring 3. From the transitional period between the Middle Palaeolithic to the Upper Palaeolithic, that is from around 40, BC to about 10, BC, Homo sapiens developed a tendency to maintain multifaceted social relations with plants and animals in a process that spread over time and led to yet another form of integration between culture and nature Mithen, Promote applied research for conservation: In turn, metalworking prompts the quarrying of raw materials and long-distance transport.
Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Some delegates requested assistance in drafting guidelines that would enable them to negotiate with the stakeholders involved, in promoting low-impact tourism, in improving understanding of the effects of natural atmospheric processes and in establishing and maintaining documentation and oversight systems.
The World Heritage Centre stressed the importance of steer heading discussions with an awareness of its working context, the World Heritage Convention, the concept of territory and setting for rock art as a core reference for site nomination.
Such a balance must be monitored carefully to ensure that measures introduced to protect one aspect do not detract from the other. Process of nomination of the Burial Ensembles of Dilmun and Tylos The serial property, formed by 11 sites, was included in the revised version of the Tentative List of Bahrain, submitted to the World Heritage Centre in May Swabian Jura, Germany Photo: Education, information and awareness-raising; g.
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Since they have greatly deteriorated over very long periods of time, these vulnerable, small-scale and fragile sites are in urgent need of specialized and multidisciplinary research and conservation efforts. Develop community engagement maegaret explore the relationship with a wider range of heritage values. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Campamento natufiense Conjunto de Mount Carmel, Israel. Foster the collaboration of scientific institutions and Advisory Bodies in setting up scientific partnerships.
The E-mail message field is required. Those accumulations of earthy deposits of varying thickness, containing lithic artefacts and organic remains such as pollens or remains of fauna compacted by time, were used as meaningful and sometimes remarkable records, although the fyndamentos could see nothing of importance in them.
Guidelines for documentation of the related sites, based on several case studies, would be useful.
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World Heritage sites must be regarded as potential stores of information for questions that cannot yet be answered, which entails keeping them available for science and protecting their value for future generations. Proactive application of the World Heritage Convention to promote large-scale conservation methodologies.
Although 10 respondents indicated that research comunicacioh being done, 8 said that it was not planned, and only four reported a comprehensive, integrated programme of research.