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|Report of the Committee on Conservation of Historic Stone Buildings and Monuments||1-12|
|The Scientist's Role in Historic Preservation with Particular Reference to Stone Conservation||13-21|
|The Principles of Conservation||22-30|
|Some Illustrative Preservation Problems and Treatments in Washington, D.C.||31-48|
|Geological Sources of Building Stone||49-61|
|Physical Properties of Building Stone||62-86|
|Deformation and Fracture of Rock||87-107|
|Problems in the Deterioration of Stone||108-119|
|The Mechanism of Masonry Decay Through Crystallization||120-144|
|Characterization of Bricks and Their Resistance to Deterioration Mechanisms||145-162|
|Analytical Methods Related to Building and Monument Preservation||163-182|
|Wet and Dry Surface Deposition of Air Pollutants and Their Modeling||183-196|
|Measurement of Local Climatological and Air Pollution Factors Affecting Stone Decay||197-210|
|Diagnosis of Nonstructural Problems in Historic Masonry||211-232|
|Diagnosis and Prognosis of Structural Integrity||233-241|
|Photogrammetric Measurement and Monitoring of Historic and Prehistoric Structures||242-271|
|Cleaning and Surface Repair||272-280|
|Preventive Maintenance in Historic Structures||281-286|
|Stone Consolidating Materials: A Status Report||287-311|
|The Suitability of Polymer Composites as Protective Materials||312-321|
|Exposure Site and Weatherometer Evaluations of Synthetic Polymers||322-328|
|The Evaluation of Stone Preservatives||329-340|
|Appendix: Proposal for a CCMS Pilot Study on the Conservation/Restoration of Monuments||341-346|
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