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  List of Accepted Contributions - ERE7 Natural stone resources for historical monuments

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Colucci, M. F.; Baltuille, J. M.; Gisbert, J.; Buj, O.; Sanz, D.
A new natural stone database: from the logical design to the implementation.

Stingl, K.
The collection of the Vienna World Exhibition 1873 - A historical stone database for monuments

Chiotis, E.; Photiades, A.; Tsombos, P.
Geological survey for the localization of rocks proper for the restoration of the Grave Circle A´ in the acropolis of Mycenae, Greece

Šťastná, A.; Jehlička, J.; Přikryl, R.
Raman spectra of reduced carbonaceous matter as a tool for provenancing marbles: examples of graphite marbles from Czech localities

Nijland, T.G.; van Hees, R.P.J; Bolondi, L.
Evaluation of some Italian tuffs as compatible replacement stone for Römer tuff in the Netherlands

Pápay, Z.; Török, Á.
Fabric related changes in water absorption and strength of Miocene porous limestones; the commonest dimension stones of Budapest

Török, Á.
Hungarian dimension stones: from the Roman period to present

Andriani, G.F.; Walsh, N.
Soft and porous building rocks in Apulian Monuments (Southern Italy)

GARCIA DEL CURA, M.A.; Benavente, D.; Bernabéu, A.; González-Martín, J.A.; Martínez-Martínez, J; Rodríguez, M.A.; Sanz-Montero, M.E.
Porosity features of travertines from SE Spain used as building stone in construction and architectural restoration. Preliminary report.

Smith, B.J.; Curran, J.M.; Warke, P.A.; Stelfox, D.; Savage, J.
A natural stone database for Northern Ireland based on performance in use

Figueiredo, C.; Folha, R.; Dionísio, A.; Maurício, A.; Alves, C.; Aires-Barros , L.
Contribution to the technological characterization of two widely used Portuguese Dimensional Stones: the “Semi-rijo” and “Moca Creme” stones

Forgó, L.Z.; Török, Á.; Siegesmund, S.; Ruedrich, J.; Stück, H.
Effect of stone consolidants on the physical properties of Hungarian rhyolite tuff monumental stones

Gomez-Heras, M; Smith, B; Viles, H; Emery, B
Not all it is cracked up to be: The disparity between specifications and performance for oolitic limestones used in construction

Angeli, M.; Hébert, R.; Bigas, J.-P.; Menéndez, B.; David, C.
Influence of temperature and salt concentration on the salt weathering of sedimentary stones

Marszałek, M.; Skowroński, A.
Black limestone - the characteristic material in Baroque architecture in Poland

Effects of Rock Properties on Salt Weathering of Oya-tuff building stone

Blanco, J.A.; Peinado, M.; Pereira, D. ; Yenes, M.; Nespereira, J.; Monterrubio, S.
Mineralogy of serpentinites: a clue for their use as ornamental stones

Takaya, Y.; Hatta, T.
Surface analytical approaches to artificial weathering of Aji-granite and its constituent minerals under acidic conditions by AFM and XPS

Frangipane, A.
The use of Piasentina Stone in Friuli Region (NE Italy): a Summary of Recent Knowledge.

Reucher, R.; Leisen, H.; v. Plehwe-Leisen, E.; Kleinschrodt, R.
The building stones of the Khmer-temples at Angkor/Cambodia: A petrological and geochemical approach towards a conservation oriented characterisation of the inventory.

Silva, J.; Rocha, A.; Gomes, J.; Gomes, C.; EnGeoMad
Methodologies adopted in the survey of the distinct pathologies displayed by the multitype volcanic natural stone applied on the Cathedral of Funchal, Madeira island

Prikryl, R.; Novotny, J.; Weishauptova, Z.; Makalova, K.; Krutilova, K.
Exploration and testing of the authentic and alternative stone types for the monument repair: a case study of clastic sedimentary rocks at the Charles Bridge in Prague (Czech Republic)

Lammel, M.; Lehrberger, G.
Identification of the carbonate sources and quarries for historical lime-mortars in Teplá and Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

Gillhuber, S.; Lehrberger, G. ; Snethlage, R.
Provenance and characteristics of rocks used for the construction of the Teplá monastery in Western Czech Republic

Prikryl, R.; Gajda, J.; Martinec, P.; Vavro, M.
Chlorite-talc schists as the extraordinary sculptural stone of the Northern Moravia (Czech Republic)

Thomachot, C.; Fronteau, G.; Lombard, A.; Barbin, V.
Dilatometric behaviour of building stones submitted to brine

Lehrberger, G.; Minet, C.
Inventory and provenance of decoration stones in the interior of the Teplá monastery in Western Czech Republic

Fronteau, G.; Thomachot, C.; Chopin, E.; Barbin, V.; Mouze, D.; Pascal, A.
Black crust growth processes and crust-stone interface in relation with subjacent limestone microfacies.

Kadlcaková , J.; Lehrberger, G.
Recent carbonate sinter-formation in Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad), Czech Republic: an approach with “petrifying” experiments

Krutilova, K.; Prikryl, R.
Workability of traditional monumental stones – relationship between petrographic, rock fabric, geomechanical and technological parameters

Török, Á.; Görög, P.; Vásárhelyi, B.; Prikryl, R.
Diagnostic approaches to assess natural stone quality on historical bridges: a comparative study of the Liberty Bridge (Budapest, Hungary) and the Charles Bridge (Prague, Czech Republic)

Prikryl, R.; Prikrylova, J.; Siegl, P.
Greisens – the unconventional sculptural and architectural stone

García del Cura, M. A.; Cámara, B.; De los Ríos, A.; Ascaso, C.
Dolostones as building materials of the medieval churches of Segovia (Spain): textural features and bioalteration.

Lehrberger, G.; Kadlcaková, J.
Carbonate sinters – material characteristics and historical applications of a highly decorative stone material

Martinec, P.; Vavro, M.; Mashlan, M.
Green sandstones – building and decorative stones from the Czech Republic

Beck, K.; Al-Mukhtar, M.
This presentation is a part of a larger project concerning the understanding of monument deterioration processes by a multi-scales approach. It is interesting to notice that a part of the degradation of monuments built with a limestone often find their origins in an incompatible association between the original construction stone and the stone of replacement in restoration works

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