Intended primarily for managers of rock art in Australia, this manual covers such areas as deterioration processes, sources of damage, visitor management and practical conservation.
The manual aims to better equip site manages to recognise and undertake straightforward conservation work in the field, and to recognise more complex problems which require professional help. Examples of the processes and techniques are discussed, together with informative colour illustrations which are drawn from sites around Australia.
- 270mm x 205mm x 6mm
- Release Date January 1989
- ISBN 9780855752101
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Front cover: Peter Sullivan carrying out conservation work at Nourlangie Gallery, Kakadu National Park. Photograph by Ivan Haskovec, Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Darwin, reproduced by courtesy of the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra.