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On May 14, 2000, the Terra Partners, in cooperation with English Heritage, hosted a meeting to discuss research needs in the field of earthen architecture conservation, as a post-conference activity of the Terra 2000 conference. The overall aim of the meeting was to formulate a set of research priorities in the field of earthen architecture conservation in order to:

• encourage individuals and institutions (both from within the field and in allied disciplines) to undertake needed research; and
• promote and facilitate cooperation amongst individuals and institutions in such research;
• explore possibilities for research collaboration amongst the Terra partners and colleagues in the field.

How to Cite this Work
International Centre for Earth Construction-School of Architecture of Grenoble (CRATerre-EAG), Getty Conservation Institute, and International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and the Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM). 2000. Summary Report: Project Terra Research Meeting: May 14, 2000, Torquay, England. Villefontaine, France: CRATerre-EAG; Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute; Rome: ICCROM.