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biodeterioration of archaeological monuments
biodeterioration of archaeological monuments has been increased in last few years i have conducted different researches on this aspects any one who wants to share this kind of research with me
Muhammad Farooq
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biodeterioration of archaeological monuments
architecture community shall always apriciate your efforts,why don't you upload !
Dushyant Nathwani
biodeterioration of archaeological monuments
Muhammad, "biodeterioration"? I assume you also mean the effects of wind, water, sun, cold, heat, chemicals, etc? as well as the biologically destructive effects of mosses, lichens, fungii and other plant life.
Frank John Snelling
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