quinta-feira, 20 de maio de 2010

Pedra natural para os monumentos históricos

Foi há pouco publicado o seguinte livro:

Richard Prikryl, Ákos Török (ed.), Natural Stone Resources for Historical Monuments, London, The Geological Society, 2010.


  • Richard Prikryl, Akos Torok, Natural stones for monuments: their availability for restoration and evaluation, pp. 1-9
  • Heiner Siedel, Alveolar weathering of Cretaceous building sandstones on monuments in Saxony, Germany, pp. 11-23
  • Gilles Fronteau, Celine Schneider-Thomachot, Edith Chopin, Vincent Barbin, Dominique Mouze, Andre Pascal, Black-crust growth and interaction with underlying limestone microfacies, pp. 25-34
  • Matthieu Angeli, Ronan Hebert, Beatriz Menendez, Christian David, Jean-Philippe Bigas, Influence of temperature and salt concentration on the salt weathering of a sedimentary stone with sodium sulphate, pp. 35-42
  • Swe Yu, Chiaki T. Oguchi, Is sodium sulphate invariably effective in destroying any type of rock?, pp. 43-58
  • Chiaki T. Oguchi, Hayato Yuasa, Simultaneous wetting/drying, freeze/thaw and salt crystallization experiments of three types of Oya tuff, pp. 59-72
  • Stephanie Gillhuber, Gerhard Lehrberger, Jurgen Goske, Fire damage of trachyte: investigations of the Tepla monastery building stones, pp. 73-79
  • Dolores Pereira, Mercedes Peinado, Mariano Yenes, Serafin Monterrubio, Jose Nespereira, Jose Antonio Blanco, Serpentinites from Cabo Ortegal (Galicia, Spain): a search for correct use as ornamental stones, pp. 81-85
  • Stephen McCabe, Bernard J. Smith, Patricia A. Warke, A legacy of mistreatment: conceptualizing the decay of medieval sandstones in NE Ireland, pp. 87-100
  • Miguel Gomez-Heras, Bernard J. Smith, Heather A. Viles, Oxford stone revisited: causes and consequences of diversity in building limestone used in the historic centre of Oxford, England, pp. 101-110
  • Kevin Beck, Muzahim Al-Mukhtar, Evaluation of the compatibility of building limestones from salt crystallization experiments, pp. 111-118
  • Timo G. Nijland, Van Hees, Rob P. J., Laura Bolondi, Evaluation of three Italian tuffs (Neapolitan Yellow Tuff, Tufo Romano and Tufo Etrusco) as compatible replacement stone for Romer tuff in Dutch built cultural heritage, pp. 119-127
  • Gioacchino F. Andriani, Nicola Walsh, Petrophysical and mechanical properties of soft and porous building rocks used in Apulian monuments (south Italy), pp. 129-141
  • Michael Unterwurzacher, Ulrich Obojes, Roland Hofer, Peter W. Mirwald, Petrophysical properties of selected Quaternary building stones in western Austria, pp. 143-152
  • Carlos Figueiredo, Rita Folha, Antonio Mauricio, Carlos Alves, Luis Aires-Barros, Contribution to the technological characterization of two widely used Portuguese dimension stones: the 'Semi-rijo' and 'Moca Creme' stones, pp. 153-163
  • Marek Laho, Christoph Franzen, Rudolf Holzer, Peter W. Mirwald, Pore and hygric properties of porous limestones: a case study from Bratislava, Slovakia, pp. 165-174
  • Aneta Stastna, Jan Jehlicka, Richard Prikryl, Raman spectra of reduced carbonaceous matter as a tool for determining the provenance of marbles: examples of 'graphitic' marbles from Czech quarries, pp. 175-183
  • Lisa Cooke, The 19th century Corsi collection of decorative stones: a resource for the 21st century?, pp. 185-195
  • Anna Frangipane, Working for an electronic database of historical stone resources in Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Italy), pp. 197-209
  • Hana Kampfova, Richard Prikryl, Electronic database of historical natural stones of the Czech Republic: structuring field and laboratory data, pp. 211-217
  • Francesco Allocca, Domenico Calcaterra, Gabriella Calicchio, Piergiulio Cappelletti, Abner Colella, Alessio Langella, Maurizio de' Gennaro, Ornamental stones in the cultural heritage of Campania region (southern Italy): the Vitulano marbles, pp. 219-231