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Bats in Churches: Objective Assessment of Associated Damage Mechanisms

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James Hales

Institute of Archaeology, UCL, GB
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Institute of Archaeology, UCL

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Abstract

This paper presents the preliminary results of research into the damage mechanisms involved when droppings and urine from insectivorous bats come into contact with a range of materials found within historic churches. It places the research in the wider context of conservation initiatives affecting both bats and historic church buildings in the UK.

How to Cite: Hales, J., 2014. Bats in Churches: Objective Assessment of Associated Damage Mechanisms. Archaeology International, 17, pp.94–108. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.1703
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  Published on 23 Oct 2014

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