Geomatics World - May/June 2019

Geomatics World - May/June 2019

COVER STORY

The cover picture shows the winning design concept for the Tintagel bridge built for English Heritage.

This issue contains the following articles:

  • A CHALLENGING CLIFF TOP SURVEY IN TINTAGEL
  • UK IS A LEADER IN HERITAGE MAPPING
  • HERITAGE MAPPING FOR PARAGRAM ARCHITECTURE AND CONSULTING
  • STUDENTS SCAN THE PAST TO PRESERVE THE FUTURE
  • UNDERSTANDING THE POTENTIAL OF BIM TO SUPPORT HERITAGE ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • ANCESTRAL STRUCTURES IN COLORADO IDENTIFIED

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