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Management of museums' indoor environment: An interdisciplinary challenge

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Abstract:

This chapter discusses the thoughts and approaches developed during research into the creation of a dynamic model for managing the environment in a museum, in response to the requirements of the building stock of museums in Greece and more specifically for archaeological museums. Every specialized and original scholarly study has, as a rule, one or multiple goals, and aims to provide answers to specific questions resulting from a gap in current knowledge or to develop the results of earlier studies; the goal of this chapter is not that of furthering previous studies, but of covering an existing gap in the bibliography detected in the methodology and means of approaching the subject itself. A ‘successful’ museum has to fulfil many subjective expectations and many objective scientific criteria, with its energy performance being one of the latter.
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