Washington DC: Office of Technology Assessment, Congress of the US, 1986. First edition. Oversized Paperback. Small quarto, pp. xi, 198, index and appendices, illustrated with b/w photographs. Mild ex-library. Very good. Item #19416
This report presents the primary findings of an assessment reviewing how federal agencies implement federal preservation policy, and showing how the uses of certain methods, techniques, tools and equipment can assist federal, state and local preservation efforts. It examines the use of preservation technologies and identifies research and development needs, and explores how improvements in federal policy and implementation can facilitate the more effective use of technologies appropriate for managing the country;s prehistoric and historic cultural resources. From the Old House Journal library.