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Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction: Connecting Water and Heritage for the Future
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    Chapter 2 Silent and Unseen: Stewardship of Water Infrastructural Heritage
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    Chapter 3 The Qanat System: A Reflection on the Heritage of the Extraction of Hidden Waters
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    Chapter 4 Studying Ancient Water Management in Monte Albán, Mexico, to Solve Water Issues, Improve Urban Living, and Protect Heritage in the Present
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    Chapter 5 Thirsty Cities: Learning from Dutch Water Supply Heritage
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    Chapter 6 Water Meadows as European Agricultural Heritage
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    Chapter 7 Holler Colonies and the Altes Land: A Vivid Example of the Importance of European Intangible and Tangible Heritage
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    Chapter 8 Archaic Water: The Role of a Legend in Constructing the Water Management Heritage of Sanbonkihara, Japan
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    Chapter 9 How Citizens Reshaped a Plan for an Aerotropolis and Preserved the Water Heritage System of the Taoyuan Tableland
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    Chapter 10 Reassessing Heritage: Contradiction and Discrepancy Between Fishery and Agriculture in Planning the Hachirogata Polder and Its Surrounding Lagoon in Mid-Twentieth Century Japan
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    Chapter 11 The Noordoostpolder: A Landscape Planning Perspective on the Preservation and Development of Twentieth-Century Polder Landscapes in the Netherlands
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    Chapter 12 Europolders a European Program on Polder Landscape, Heritage, and Innovation
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    Chapter 13 Hold the Line: The transformation of the New Dutch Waterline and the Future Possibilities of Heritage
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    Chapter 14 ‘Absent–Present’ Heritage: The Cultural Heritage of Dwelling on the Changjian (Yangtze) River
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    Chapter 15 Neglected and Undervalued Cultural Heritage: Waterfronts and Riverbanks of Alblasserwaard, The Netherlands
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    Chapter 16 Room for the River: Innovation, or Tradition? The Case of the Noordwaard
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    Chapter 17 Heritage in European Coastal Landscapes—Four Reasons for Inter-regional Knowledge Exchange
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    Chapter 18 The Impact of Planning Reform on Water-Related Heritage Values and on Recalling Collective Maritime Identity of Port Cities: The Case of Rotterdam
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    Chapter 19 From HERITAGE to Feritage: How Economic Path Dependencies in the Caribbean Cruise Destinations Are Distorting the Uses of Heritage Architecture and Urban Form
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    Chapter 20 Using Heritage to Develop Sustainable Port–City Relationships: Lisbon’s Shift from Object-Based to Landscape Approaches
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    Chapter 21 Toward a Cultural Heritage of Adaptation: A Plea to Embrace the Heritage of a Culture of Risk, Vulnerability and Adaptation
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Adaptive Strategies for Water Heritage
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Springer International Publishing, October 2019
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-00268-8
978-3-03-000267-1, 978-3-03-000268-8

Hein, Carola

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Country Count As %
Unknown 117 100%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Student > Master 13 11%
Student > Ph. D. Student 12 10%
Researcher 8 7%
Student > Bachelor 8 7%
Lecturer 6 5%
Other 19 16%
Unknown 51 44%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Arts and Humanities 13 11%
Social Sciences 11 9%
Design 9 8%
Environmental Science 6 5%
Engineering 6 5%
Other 22 19%
Unknown 50 43%