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Haugen, Annika and Bertolin, Chiara and Leijonhufvud, Gustaf and Olstad, Tone (2018) A Methodology for Long-Term Monitoring of Climate Change Impacts on Historic Buildings. Geosciences.

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A new methodology for long-term monitoring of climate change impacts on historic buildings and interiors has been developed. This paper proposes a generic framework for how monitoring programs can be developed and describes the planning and arrangement of a Norwegian monitoring campaign. The methodology aims to make it possible to establish a data-driven decision making process based on monitored decay related to climate change. This monitoring campaign includes 45 medieval buildings distributed over the entirety of Norway. Thirty-five of these buildings are dated to before 1537 and include wooden buildings as well as 10 medieval churches built in stone while the remaining 10 buildings are situated in the World Heritage sites of Bryggen, in Bergen on the west coast of Norway, and in Røros, which is a mining town in the inland of the country. The monitoring is planned to run for 30 to 50 years. It includes a zero-level registration and an interval-based registration system focused on relevant indicators, which will make it possible to register climate change-induced decay at an early stage.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: climate change; long-term monitoring; Norwegian protected buildings; medieval buildings; zero status; warning report
Subjects: English > Climate Change Adaptation
Depositing User: Susanna Carlsten
Date Deposited: 29 Nov 2019 08:55
Last Modified: 29 Nov 2019 08:55

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