Why Archive Catastrophe? The Importance of Preserving and Making Freely Available the Digital Record of a Natural Disaster (2014)
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CitationMillar P (2014). Why Archive Catastrophe? The Importance of Preserving and Making Freely Available the Digital Record of a Natural Disaster. Tohuku University, Sendai, Japan: Symposium of the Great East Japan Earthquake. 11/01/2014-11/01/2014.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research21 - History and Archaeology::2102 - Curatorial and Related Studies::210201 - Archival, Repository and Related Studies
21 - History and Archaeology::2102 - Curatorial and Related Studies::210202 - Heritage and Cultural Conservation
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