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  List of Accepted Contributions - ERE10 Natural stone resources for historical monuments

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Yu, S.; Oguchi, C. T.
Is Sodium Sulfate Always the Most Effective Salt in Destroying Any Type of Rock?

Török, Á.
Eocene marl in the monuments of Hungary, fabric and physical properties

Nijland, T.G.; van Hees, R.P.J
Use and durability of Morley oolithic limestone (Dépt. Meuse, France) in the Netherlands

Calia, A.; Locuratolo, G.; Matera, L.; Sileo, M.
Building materials of the Apulia region (Southern Italy): the quarries of the “pietra gentile”

Hyslop, E; Albornoz-Parra, L
A methodology for assessing the future stone repair needs for a city: an example from Glasgow, Scotland

Gajda, J.; Prikryl, R.; Vavro, M.; Martinec, P.
Restoration of historical stone sculptures carved from chlorite-talc schists and soapstone in the Czech Republic

Šťastná, A.; Přikryl, R.
Quantitative microstructural analysis: fabric parameters as a tool for the provenance determination of marbles

Marrocchino, E.; Gulinelli, M. T.; Bonatti, E.; Vaccaro, C.
The Riminaldi's Lithotheque (Ferrara): an example of stone materials' archives in Italy.

Prikryl, R.; Zak, K.; Juklova, E.
Exotic rocks in Týrov castle (Bohemia, Czech Republic): an insight in medieval construction technology

Polányi, S.; Török, Á.
Selection of replacement stones of Mathias Church, Budapest; non-destructive and destructive laboratory tests

Hajpál, M.
Behavior of Hungarian monumental stones in fire

Kubicar, L.; Vretenar, V.; Bohac, V.; Stofanik, V.; Tiano, P.
Analysis of thermal-moisture regime of the marble plates on the cupola wall of Florence Cathedral

Kubicar, L.; Vretenar, V.; Bohac, V.; Stofanik, V.; Tiano, P.
Thermophysical properties of some natural stones measured by transient techniques

Gajda, J.; Martinec, P.; Vavro, M.; Scucka, J.; Muller, K.
Restoration and reconstruction of extremely weathered and damaged sandstones on Renaissance reliefs

Pápay, Z.; Török, Á.
Physical changes of porous Hungarian limestones related to silica-acid-ester consolidant treatments, the key properties of monumental stones in assessing the performance of consolidants

Bauer, J.; Schneider, C.; Ziesch, J.; Siegesmund, S.; Török, Á.
Building stones used at the Buda castle (Budapest, Hungary), lithologies and weathering

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