GIM International, vol.21, no.9, pp.41-43, 2007 (Scopus)
Turkey has a rich archaeological and cultural heritage. However, a lack of experts in terrestrial survey, combined with technical deficiencies, result in inadequate documentation of heritage sites. Poorly operated terrestrial survey-restoration, documentation and reconstruction works may degrade cultural heritage rather than conserve it. Photogrammetry and GIS provide an efficient solution, as evidenced by the present authors using Hurmalik Bath site at Patara as a case.