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New approaches to understanding the world natural and cultural heritage by using 3D technology: UNESCO’s Škocjan Caves, Slovenia
Novaković, Gregor (Author), Mlekuž, Dimitrij (Author), Rozman, Luka (Author), Lazar, Aleš (Author), Peric, Borut (Author), Cerkvenik, Rosana (Author), Peternelj, Karmen (Author), Erič, Miran (Author)

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Abstract
Karstic landscape is a specific heritage, where surface and underground are part of single landscape. Where underground (caves, shafts...) played an important role in the development of surface. Landscape where natural an anthropogenic processes worked hand in hand. Caves were often treated as being separate from the outside landscape, recorded in isolation form landscape which they are part of. However, this complex heritage requires integrative methodologies, that would integrate cave record with the landscape.

Language:Unknown
Keywords:Škocjan Cave, Karst, Terrestrial underground scanning, Lidar, UNESCO World heritage, paleo environmental, 3D data management
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Organization:FRI - Faculty of computer and information science
Year:2014
Publisher:Multi-Science
Number of pages:629-624
Numbering:3
ISSN:2047-4970
Views:849
Downloads:321
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