Fb2 Insect Pests in Museums (Conservation Monograph) ePub
by David Pinniger
|Publisher:||Archetype Pubns; 3 edition (December 1, 1994)|
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Insect pests in museums Unknown Binding – 1 Jan 1989. by. David Pinniger (Author).
Insect pests in museums Unknown Binding – 1 Jan 1989.
Insect Pests In Museums book.
Museum pests and environmental indicator. A severe pest of entomology collections in museums. female beetle prefers to lay eggs in rough wood. Reesa vespulae adult. Reesa vespulae larvae. Will also attack books (also known as bookworm), NB similar feeding damage to books may. occasionally be caused by Stegobium paniceum. Signs of infestation are the holes and frass.
Pinniger DB (1994) Insect pests in museums. Pinniger DB (2011b) New developments in pest management for collections in museums and historic houses. Archetype Publications Limited, London, UK, pp 1–58Google Scholar. Pinniger DB (2001) Pest management in museums. Archives and historic houses. In: Proceedings of 7th international conference on urban pests, Sao Paulo, Brazil, pp 17–21Google Scholar. Pinniger DB, Child RE (1996) Insecticides: optimising their performance and targeting their use in museums. In: Proceedings of 3rd international conference on biodetertioration of cultural property. Bangkok, Thailand 1995, pp 190–199Google Scholar.
This book describes successful insect eradication procedures developed at the Getty Conservation Institute and .
This book describes successful insect eradication procedures developed at the Getty Conservation Institute and elsewhere, whereby objects are held in an atmosphere of either nitrogen or argon containing less than 1000 ppm of oxygen-a process known as anoxia or oxygen deprivation-or in an atmosphere of more than 60 percent carbon dioxide.
Details of the major insect pests are given in the English Heritage insect pest . Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses’ book by David Pinniger. Timber - EH Practical Building Conservation book.
Details of the major insect pests are given in the English Heritage insect pest poster. 4) objects at risk from insect attack on display and in storage. English Heritage properties have a variety of collections and some are more vulnerable to insect attack than others. Integrated Pest Management’ booklet by David Pinniger and Peter Winsor. ical-building- conservation-timber.
Museum integrated pest management is the practice of monitoring and managing pest and environmental information with pest control methods to prevent pest damage to collections and cultural heritage. Preserving cultural heritage is the ultimate goal for most museum collection personnel. Museum pests come in many different forms: insects, mites, rodents, bats, birds, and fungi and the two most common types are insects and fungi.
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Fumigation for Insect Control: Sensitive Structures, Museums and Art and Valuables . Eradication of Insect Pests in Museums Using Nitrogen. Designed to treat insect pests in objects these treatments are thermal with controlled humidity and inert gas fumigation.
Fumigation for Insect Control: Sensitive Structures, Museums and Art and Valuables Repositories, WAAC Newsletter, Volume 7, Number 1, Jan. 1985, p. -7. Materials & Equipment for Anoxic Fumigation. The Chicora Foundation. Managing: Pests in Your Collections. Gagelmann, . et al. First results of a pilot decontamination in a PCP polluted building by means of a humidity controlled thermal process. Bibliographic resources.
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