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By Hans Kamermans, Martijn van Leusen, Philip Verhagen

The Netherlands is likely one of the few nations in Europe the place historical past specialists and land builders use predictive modeling to prevent destroying destiny archaelocial websites, even supposing many students examine the appliance for this objective hugely debatable. The members to Archaeological Prediction and danger Management provide an summary of many of the tools of predictive modeling and evaluation how the versions are, or might be, utilized by stakeholders in cultural background administration within the Netherlands.

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Predictive Modelling for Archaeological Heritage Management: A research agenda. Nederlandse Archeologische Rapporten 29. A. Tebbens (eds) 2005. Gemeente Enschede Archeologische verwachtingskaart. 238 SIKB 2006. Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie (KNA). 1. Gouda: SIKB Voorbereidingscommissie Kwaliteitszorg Archeologie 2001. Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie. Eindrapport van de Voorbereidingscommissie Kwaliteitszorg Archeologie. M. L. van Hoof 2005. Stein, een gemeente vol oudheden een archeologisch beleidskaart voor de gemeente Stein.

Both principles have led to archaeological heritage having become calculable in a building project and has thus become a financial-economic consideration in the realization of building projects. With making the archaeological heritage a monetary issue (excavation costs), the chance has increased that the objective of the preservation of the archaeological heritage in situ can be realized in a market economy, where in principle every piece of land has its price (Berben 2003, 4; Anonymous 2005b).

Kwaliteitsnorm Nederlandse Archeologie. Eindrapport van de Voorbereidingscommissie Kwaliteitszorg Archeologie. M. L. van Hoof 2005. Stein, een gemeente vol oudheden een archeologisch beleidskaart voor de gemeente Stein. Leiden: Archol rapport 29 32 4. 1 Summary The Dutch national archaeological knowledge centre, the National Service for Archaeology, Cultural Landscape and Built Heritage (RACM) has formulated an archaeological predictive model: the Indicative Map of Archaeological Values (Indicatieve Kaart Archeologische Waarden, IKAW, Deeben et al.

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