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dc.creatorLopes, Maria Eugénia Oliveirapt_PT
dc.creatorMeixedo, P.pt_PT
dc.creatorNeto, E. P.pt_PT
dc.creatorPereira, Luís C. Gamapt_PT
dc.creatorGomes, António Albertopt_PT
dc.creatorAfonso, Maria Josépt_PT
dc.creatorCosta, M. J. Diaspt_PT
dc.creatorTrigo, José Filinto Castropt_PT
dc.creatorChaminé, Helder I.pt_PT
dc.description.abstractThis work emphasizes the importance of recovery processes of abandoned mining heritage, as an example of the transformative process of an organization towards a second life cycle. This perspective reflects an important measure for sustainability, either for the organization and the surrounding environment. The Aveleira Mine is an old wolfram mine, belonging to the Monastery of St Martin of Tibães, near Braga, in the North of Portugal. It was the mother house of the Benedictine order in Portugal. By the initiative of the Tibães Monastery this mine will probably reconverted, partially, in a geosite and, probably, near future in mining museum. The work aim was to present a methodological approach, in a geoconservation point of view, allowing an ulterior partially recovering and stabilization of the Aveleiras ancient mine.pt_PT
dc.publisherVila Real : Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douropt_PT
dc.relation.haspartSeminário de Recursos Geológicos, Ambiente e Ordenamento do Território, 2008, p. 91-97pt_PT
dc.subjectMina de volfrâmio - Aveleiras (Mire de Tibães)pt_PT
dc.subjectPatrimónio geológico-mineiropt_PT
dc.titleMetodologias interdisciplinares em estudos de geoconservação de património geológico-mineiro : o caso da antiga mina de volfrâmio das Aveleiras (Mire de Tibães) : the case of ancient Aveleiras wolfram mine (Mire de Tibães)pt_PT
dc.typeArtigo em Livro de Atas de Conferência Nacionalpt_PT
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