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​This bibliography was initially prepared in May 2002 by Bruno Pouliot, with the collaboration and assistance of Linda Lennon, Winterthur Class of 1997, who then served as Assistant Conservator on different projects at Winterthur Museum and for WUDPAC. Responsibility for the bibliography was passed to Dr. Joelle Wickens in 2009. It is constantly updated and your suggestions for new sources are welcome. Resources can be filtered by the following topics: Collections Care, General Reference, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Environmental Management, Housing, Storage, and Display, Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Light, Mold, Packing and Transport, Pollutants, Relative Humidity and Temperature, Surveys and Assessments, and Sustainability. 


 

 

Guide to environmental protection of collectionsGuide to environmental protection of collectionsAppelbaum, B.1991Appelbaum, B. 1991. Guide to environmental protection of collections. Madison, Connecticut: Soundview Press.GP0|#0423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2;L0|#00423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2|Environmental Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f;GP0|#4face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8;L0|#04face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8|General Reference
Detecting and Controlling Insect Infestation in Fine Art.Detecting and Controlling Insect Infestation in Fine Art.Koestler, R. J.2001In: Pacific 2000, Proc. 5th Int'l Conference on Easter Island and the Pacific. C. M. Stevenson, G. Lee and F. J. Morin, Eds., Easter Island Foundation, Los Osos, CA, 541-545.Koestler, R. J. 2001. Detecting and Controlling Insect Infestation in Fine Art. In: Pacific 2000, Proc. 5th Int'l Conference on Easter Island and the Pacific. C. M. Stevenson, G. Lee and F. J. Morin, Eds., Easter Island Foundation, Los Osos, CA, 541-545.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
A new approach on conservation of wooden heritage.A new approach on conservation of wooden heritage.Koestler, R. J., ?. Tavzes, and F. Pohleven.2004The International Research Group on Wood Preservation. Section 4. Processes and Properties. IRG35, Ljubljana, Slovenia.Koestler, R. J., ?. Tavzes, and F. Pohleven. 2004. A new approach on conservation of wooden heritage. The International Research Group on Wood Preservation. Section 4. Processes and Properties. IRG35, Ljubljana, Slovenia.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The rate of absorption of oxygen by AgelessR; the utility of an oxygen scavenger in sealed cases.The rate of absorption of oxygen by AgelessR; the utility of an oxygen scavenger in sealed cases.Lambert, F. L., V. Daniel, and F. Preusser.1992Studies in Conservation 37(4) 267-274.Lambert, F. L., V. Daniel, and F. Preusser. 1992. The rate of absorption of oxygen by AgelessR; the utility of an oxygen scavenger in sealed cases. Studies in Conservation 37(4) 267-274.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Question and answer column on freezing as a method of pest control.Question and answer column on freezing as a method of pest control.Pacific Regional Conservation Center1989Bishop Museum Conservation Newsletter. (Spring)Pacific Regional Conservation Center, 1989. Question and answer column on freezing as a method of pest control. Bishop Museum Conservation Newsletter. (Spring)GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The use of oxygen-free environments in the control of museum insect pests.The use of oxygen-free environments in the control of museum insect pests.Maekawa, S., and K. Elert.2003Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.This book is considered as the �how-to� for anoxic treatment of insect-infested collection objects, and is comprehensive and very practical. The book discusses both small- and large-scale anoxia methods, and aspects related to the control of relative humidity during their use. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)Maekawa, S., and K. Elert. 2003. The use of oxygen-free environments in the control of museum insect pests. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The use of carbon dioxide for fumigation at the Museum of London.The use of carbon dioxide for fumigation at the Museum of London.Payton, R., and K. Starling.1994Conservation News 53 (March):16-17.Payton, R., and K. Starling. 1994. The use of carbon dioxide for fumigation at the Museum of London. Conservation News 53 (March):16-17.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Heat eradication of insect infestations: the development of a low cost, solar heated treatment unit.Heat eradication of insect infestations: the development of a low cost, solar heated treatment unit.Pearce, A.2002*exact reference unknown, but copy of article published in proceedings of Pest Management and Prevention for Museums, Historical Houses and Archives. May 13-14, 2002. Indianapolis, Indiana. 145-151.Pearce, A. 2002. Heat eradication of insect infestations: the development of a low cost, solar heated treatment unit. *exact reference unknown, but copy of article published in proceedings of Pest Management and Prevention for Museums, Historical Houses and Archives. May 13-14, 2002. Indianapolis, Indiana. 145-151.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Museum Handbook, Part I: Museum Collections.Museum Handbook, Part I: Museum Collections.NPS2005NPShttp://www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/MHI/mushbkI.html.National Park Service. 2005. Museum Handbook, Part I: Museum Collections. Available at: http://www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/MHI/mushbkI.html. A printed edition exists from 1990.GP0|#4face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8;L0|#04face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8|General Reference;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f;GP0|#5ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac;L0|#05ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac|Collections Care
Pest Management and Prevention for Museums, Historical Houses and ArchivesPest Management and Prevention for Museums, Historical Houses and Archives- May 13-14, 2002Indianapolis, Indiana.The proceedings of this conference include several articles and PowerPoint outlines of interest, in particular the articles by David Pinniger on IPM and pheromones trap, as well as the presentation by Alain VanRyckeghem on methods for using low and high temperature for insect control. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)Pest Management and Prevention for Museums, Historical Houses and Archives. May 13-14, 2002. Indianapolis, Indiana.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
An Insect Pest Control Procedure: The Freezing Process.An Insect Pest Control Procedure: The Freezing Process.Raphael, T.1994National Park Service. Conserve O Gram 3/6.This is a good review of the recommended procedures for freezing objects as a method of pest eradication. Note however that more recent articles demonstrate that the cycling that is recommended can be avoided if lower temperature freezers are used. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)http://www.nps.gov/history/museum/publications/conserveogram/03-06.pdfRaphael, T. 1994. An Insect Pest Control Procedure: The Freezing Process. National Park Service. Conserve O Gram 3/6.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The feasibility of using modified atmospheres to control insect pests in museums: final report, contract no. GF-RUST-89: July 1, 1989-December 12, 1991.The feasibility of using modified atmospheres to control insect pests in museums: final report, contract no. GF-RUST-89: July 1, 1989-December 12, 1991.Rust, M.1991Riverside: University of California.Rust, M. 1991. The feasibility of using modified atmospheres to control insect pests in museums: final report, contract no. GF-RUST-89: July 1, 1989-December 12, 1991. Riverside: University of California.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Inert gases in the control of museum insect pests.Inert gases in the control of museum insect pests.Selwitz, C. and S. Maekawa.1998Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.Selwitz, C. and S. Maekawa. 1998. Inert gases in the control of museum insect pests. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
A review of published temperatures for the control of pest insects in museums.A review of published temperatures for the control of pest insects in museums.Strang, T.1992Collection Forum 8 (2):41-67.Strang, T. 1992. A review of published temperatures for the control of pest insects in museums. Collection Forum 8 (2):41-67.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Controlling insect pests with low temperature.Controlling insect pests with low temperature.Strang, T.unknownCCI Note 3/3.Strang, T. date? Controlling insect pests with low temperature. CCI Note 3/3.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The effect of thermal methods of pest control on museum collections. Biodeterioration of cultural property 3: proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, 4-7 July, 1995, Bangkok, Thailand.The effect of thermal methods of pest control on museum collections. Biodeterioration of cultural property 3: proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, 4-7 July, 1995, Bangkok, Thailand.Strang, T.1995Bangkok: Conservation Science Division, Office of Archaeology and National Museums, the Fine Arts Department. 199-219.Strang, T. 1995. The effect of thermal methods of pest control on museum collections. Biodeterioration of cultural property 3: proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, 4-7 July, 1995, Bangkok, Thailand. Bangkok: Conservation Science Division, Office of Archaeology and National Museums, the Fine Arts Department. 199-219.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
A brief guide to thermal and controlled atmosphere treatments for insect eradication. Preventive Conservation Newsletter 1 (Fall 1995):4-5.A brief guide to thermal and controlled atmosphere treatments for insect eradication. Preventive Conservation Newsletter 1 (Fall 1995):4-5.Strang, T.1995Preventive Conservation Newsletter 1 (Fall 1995):4-5.Strang, T. 1995. A brief guide to thermal and controlled atmosphere treatments for insect eradication. Preventive Conservation Newsletter 1 (Fall 1995):4-5.GP0|#ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca;L0|#0ce3c0f52-c391-4133-9453-f577069431ca|Integrated Pest Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Some thoughts on the recent CAL press release on climate control for cultural collections.Some thoughts on the recent CAL press release on climate control for cultural collections.Real, W.1994Abbey Newsletter 18(7):85-6.Real, W. 1994. Some thoughts on the recent CAL press release on climate control for cultural collections. Abbey Newsletter 18(7):85-6.GP0|#0423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2;L0|#00423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2|Environmental Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The Oddy test improved. MET Objectives.The Oddy test improved. MET Objectives.Bamberger, J.2003Treatment and Research Notes. 4(2): 4.Bamberger, J. 2003. The Oddy test improved. MET Objectives. Treatment and Research Notes. 4(2): 4.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Selecting safe materials for use in the display and storage of antiques. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 5th Triennial Meeting, Zagreb.Selecting safe materials for use in the display and storage of antiques. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 5th Triennial Meeting, Zagreb.Blackshaw, S.M. and V. Daniels1978Paris: ICOM. 3: 78/23/2/1-78/23/2/9.Blackshaw, S.M. and V. Daniels. 1978. Selecting safe materials for use in the display and storage of antiques. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints. 5th Triennial Meeting, Zagreb. Paris: ICOM. 3: 78/23/2/1-78/23/2/9.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Museum collections storage: part III.Museum collections storage: part III.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg.1981Museum News (July/August 1981):11-15.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg. 1981. Museum collections storage: part III. Museum News (July/August 1981):11-15.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Choosing materials for prolonged proximity to museum objects. AIC preprints. American Institute for Conservation 7th Annual Meeting, Toronto.Choosing materials for prolonged proximity to museum objects. AIC preprints. American Institute for Conservation 7th Annual Meeting, Toronto.Hopwood, W. R.1979Washington, D.C.: AIC. 44-49.Hopwood, W. R. 1979. Choosing materials for prolonged proximity to museum objects. AIC preprints. American Institute for Conservation 7th Annual Meeting, Toronto. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 44-49.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Museum collections storage: part I.Museum collections storage: part I.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg1981Museum News (March/April 1981):3-7.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg. 1981. Museum collections storage: part I. Museum News (March/April 1981):3-7.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Museum collections storage: part II.Museum collections storage: part II.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg1981Museum News (May/June 1981): 8-10.Hilberry, J.D. and S. K. Weinberg. 1981. Museum collections storage: part II. Museum News (May/June 1981): 8-10.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Integrating preventive conservation into a collections move and rehousing project at the National Museum of the American Indian.Integrating preventive conservation into a collections move and rehousing project at the National Museum of the American Indian.Kaplan, E. et al.2005JAIC 44(3): 217-232.Kaplan, E. et al. 2005. Integrating preventive conservation into a collections move and rehousing project at the National Museum of the American Indian. JAIC 44(3): 217-232.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
A rapid-response humidity buffer composed of nikka pellets and Japanese tissue.A rapid-response humidity buffer composed of nikka pellets and Japanese tissue.Kenjo, T.1982Studies in Conservation 27:19-24.Kenjo, T. 1982. A rapid-response humidity buffer composed of nikka pellets and Japanese tissue. Studies in Conservation 27:19-24.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Silica gel. CCI Technical Bulletin 10.Silica gel. CCI Technical Bulletin 10.Lafontaine, R.1984Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute.Lafontaine, R. 1984. Silica gel. CCI Technical Bulletin 10. Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
CCI NotesCCI NotesCanadian Conservation InstitutevariesCanadian Conservation InstituteHere you can download pdf copies of all CCI notes. CCI Notes deal with topics of interest to those who care for cultural objects. Intended for a broad audience, the Notes offer practical advice about issues and questions related to the care, handling, and storage of cultural objects. Many Notes are illustrated, and provide bibliographies as well as suggestions for contacting suppliers. Written by CCI staff, there are currently over 100 Notes in this ever-expanding series. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)www.cci-icc.gc.ca/crc/notes/index-eng.aspx (accessed [March 24, 2010]).www.cci-icc.gc.ca/crc/notes/index-eng.aspx (accessed [March 24, 2010]). GP0|#4face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8;L0|#04face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8|General Reference;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f;GP0|#5ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac;L0|#05ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac|Collections Care
Videos of collection movement at the National Museum of the American IndianVideos of collection movement at the National Museum of the American IndianNational Museum of the American IndianNational Museum of the American IndianThis website includes several videos on the move of the collection at the National Museum of the American Indian. The video of the move nicely compares old storage versus new and also includes a section on rehousing. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)www.nmai.si.edu/subpage.cfm?subpage=collections&second=collections&third=movewww.nmai.si.edu/subpage.cfm?subpage=collections&second=collections&third=move (accessed August 19, 2009)GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Wood coatings for display and storage cases.Wood coatings for display and storage cases.Miles, C.1986Studies in Conservation 31: 114-124Miles, C. 1986. Wood coatings for display and storage cases. Studies in Conservation 31: 114-124.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Selection of materials for the storage or display of museum objects. British Museum Occasional Papers No. 111.Selection of materials for the storage or display of museum objects. British Museum Occasional Papers No. 111.Lee, L.R., and D. Thickett1996London: The Trustees of the British Museum.This is the standard reference for a description of the Oddy tests for the selection of safe materials for display and storage; many variants of this test also now exist in order to try to insure dependency of results and observations. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)Lee, L.R., and D. Thickett. 1996. Selection of materials for the storage or display of museum objects. British Museum Occasional Papers No. 111. London: The Trustees of the British Museum.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
National Parks Service (NPS) Museum Handbook. Chapter 7: Museum Collection StorageNational Parks Service (NPS) Museum Handbook. Chapter 7: Museum Collection StorageNational Parks ServiceunknownNational Parks Servicehttp://www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/MHI/mushbkI.htmlNational Parks Service (NPS) Museum Handbook. Chapter 7: Museum Collection Storage http://www.cr.nps.gov/museum/publications/MHI/mushbkI.htmlGP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Storage of natural history collections: a preventive conservation approach.Storage of natural history collections: a preventive conservation approach.Rose, C.L., C.A. Hawks, and H.H. Genoways, eds.1995Washington, D.C.: Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections.Rose, C.L., C.A. Hawks, and H.H. Genoways, eds. 1995. Storage of natural history collections: a preventive conservation approach. Washington, D.C.: Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections.GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Vapor barrier films.Vapor barrier films.Burke, J.1992WAAC Newsletter. 14 (2): 13-17.Burke, J. 1992. Vapor barrier films. WAAC Newsletter. 14 (2): 13-17.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
ASHRAE Applications Handbook.ASHRAE Applications Handbook.ASHRAE2015Atlanta, GA: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers.This is the standard reference for architects and engineers, when it comes to designing systems with appropriate performance for a particular use. Chapter 21, on Museums, Libraries and Archives, describes the target parameters and performance in terms of climate management and airborne pollutants. It also includes an extensive reference list. (provided by Bruno P. Pouliot)ASHRAE Applications Handbook. 2015. Atlanta, GA: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers.GP0|#0423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2;L0|#00423ae0b-f18f-4cb7-8651-842e84c462b2|Environmental Management;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
A collection of ceramics damaged by acetate salts: conservation and investigation into the causes. ICOM Committee for Conservation Preprints, 14th Triennial Meeting, The Hague.A collection of ceramics damaged by acetate salts: conservation and investigation into the causes. ICOM Committee for Conservation Preprints, 14th Triennial Meeting, The Hague.Halsberghe, L., L.T. Gibson, and D. Erhardt.2005Paris: ICOM. I:131-138.This article is particularly interesting as it discusses a not well known phenomenon, where acetic acid vapors from storage cabinets caused complex acetate salts to develop on ceramics, and caused damage. The study demonstrated how this phenomenon occurs and ceramics containing calcium carbonate and already contaminated with salts are susceptible to it.Halsberghe, L., L.T. Gibson, and D. Erhardt. 2005. A collection of ceramics damaged by acetate salts: conservation and investigation into the causes. ICOM Committee for Conservation Preprints, 14th Triennial Meeting, The Hague. Paris: ICOM. I:131-138.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Pollutants in the Museum Environment - Practical Strategies for Problem Solving in Design, Exhibition and Storage.Pollutants in the Museum Environment - Practical Strategies for Problem Solving in Design, Exhibition and Storage.Hatchfield, P.2002London: Archetype Publications.The publication on pollutants in the museum environment, discusses their sources, how they can harm works of art, and what to do about it. It is aimed at people who care for cultural artifacts: conservators, collections care specialists, curators, collectors and registrars, and is also useful for those who make decisions concerning building materials, furnishings, ventilation, cleaning and maintenance operations: designers, architects, engineers, managers, carpenters and painters.Hatchfield, P. 2002. Pollutants in the Museum Environment - Practical Strategies for Problem Solving in Design, Exhibition and Storage. London: Archetype Publications.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The use of A-D strips for screening conservation and exhibit materials. AIC Abstracts, American Institute for Conservation 24th Annual Meeting, Norfolk.The use of A-D strips for screening conservation and exhibit materials. AIC Abstracts, American Institute for Conservation 24th Annual Meeting, Norfolk.Nicholson, C. and E. O'Loughlin.1996Washington, D.C.: AIC. 118.Nicholson, C. and E. O'Loughlin. 1996. The use of A-D strips for screening conservation and exhibit materials. AIC Abstracts, American Institute for Conservation 24th Annual Meeting, Norfolk. Washington, D.C.: AIC. 118.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Practical applications of reactivity monitoring in museums and galleries. In Conservation Science 2002: Papers from the Conference Held in Edinburgh, Scotland, 22-24 May 2002. Eds. J.H. Townsend, K. Eremin, and A. Adriaens.Practical applications of reactivity monitoring in museums and galleries. In Conservation Science 2002: Papers from the Conference Held in Edinburgh, Scotland, 22-24 May 2002. Eds. J.H. Townsend, K. Eremin, and A. Adriaens.Muller, C.2003London: Archetype Publications.This article describes a promising approach to gauge the destructive power of the environment, not by direct gas monitoring, but instead by reactivity monitoring. This provides a framework that museums can work with to achieve an environment more conducive to long-term preservation and minimizing the impact of gaseous pollutants. Many examples of reactivity monitoring are presented.Muller, C. 2003. Practical applications of reactivity monitoring in museums and galleries. In Conservation Science 2002: Papers from the Conference Held in Edinburgh, Scotland, 22-24 May 2002. Eds. J.H. Townsend, K. Eremin, and A. Adriaens. London: Archetype Publications.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The composition of museum atmospheres.The composition of museum atmospheres.Brimblecombe, P.1990Atmospheric Environment 24B (1):1-8 (Pergamon Press?)Brimblecombe, P. 1990. The composition of museum atmospheres. Atmospheric Environment 24B (1):1-8 (Pergamon Press?)GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The Effect of Ventilation, Filtration and Passive Sorption on Indoor Air Quality in Museum Storage Rooms.The Effect of Ventilation, Filtration and Passive Sorption on Indoor Air Quality in Museum Storage Rooms.Ryhl-Svendsen, M., and G. Clausen.2009Studies in Conservation 54(1):??A study was conducted in five storage rooms at the National Museum of Denmark, in which the effect on indoor air quality of mechanical ventilation, filtration and passive sorption was investigated. A cautious conclusion is that a combination of a low air exchange rate and internal recirculation with filtration will be most beneficial to the indoor air quality for such low-activity storage buildings.Ryhl-Svendsen, M., and G. Clausen. 2009. The Effect of Ventilation, Filtration and Passive Sorption on Indoor Air Quality in Museum Storage Rooms. Studies in Conservation 54(1):??GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Measurement of ambient ozone using nitrite-coated filter.Measurement of ambient ozone using nitrite-coated filter.Koutrakis, P., J. Wolfson, A. Bunyaviroch, S. Froehlich, K. Hirano, and J. Mulik.1993Analytical Chemistry 65 (3):209-214.Koutrakis, P., J. Wolfson, A. Bunyaviroch, S. Froehlich, K. Hirano, and J. Mulik. 1993. Measurement of ambient ozone using nitrite-coated filter. Analytical Chemistry 65 (3):209-214.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Website: Indoor Air Quality in Museums and ArchivesWebsite: Indoor Air Quality in Museums and ArchivesRyhl-Svendsen, M.unknownWebsite: Indoor Air Quality in Museums and Archives http://iaq.dk/. This is a wonderful source for up-to-date research and information on the subject of pollutants. The website coordinator, Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, from the National Museum of Denmark, does a tremendous job updating the information, and making it accessible to anyone interested.http://iaq.dk/.Website: Indoor Air Quality in Museums and Archives http://iaq.dk/. This is a wonderful source for up-to-date research and information on the subject of pollutants. The website coordinator, Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, from the National Museum of Denmark, does a tremendous job updating the information, and making it accessible to anyone interested.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Airborne Pollutants in Museums, Galleries and Archives: Risk Assessment, Control Strategies, and Preservation ManagementAirborne Pollutants in Museums, Galleries and Archives: Risk Assessment, Control Strategies, and Preservation ManagementT�treault, J.2003Ottawa, ON: Canadian Conservation Institute.This book attempts to define the key airborne pollutants for indoor museum environments and provide some basic tools to assess the risk to collections exposed to these pollutants. It also establishes guidelines for control strategies that give flexible, pragmatic solutions and provides a simple tool for cost-benefit analyses that can fulfill the principles and policy of individual museums. It is an ideal reference for anyone (e.g. museum directors, building and collection managers, conservation professionals, material scientists, exhibit designers, HVAC engineers, indoor air consultants, and architects) involved in making decisions regarding the preservation of collections.T�treault, J. 2003. Airborne Pollutants in Museums, Galleries and Archives: Risk Assessment, Control Strategies, and Preservation Management. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Conservation Institute.GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Cigarette smoke as a pollutant on historic textiles.Cigarette smoke as a pollutant on historic textiles.Ulloa, L.1987Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Delaware. (Literature review and in house document.)Ulloa, L. 1987. Cigarette smoke as a pollutant on historic textiles. Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Delaware. (Literature review and in house document.)GP0|#a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd;L0|#0a2b0c8c3-a08e-4c62-8ab3-5cd8b04611cd|Pollutants;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
What makes records deteriorateWhat makes records deteriorateBanks, P.1999ASHRAE JournalBanks, P. 1999. What makes records deteriorate. ASHRAE Journal. (April): 71-76.GP0|#5ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac;L0|#05ecc0096-2c0e-49ac-b3a3-5fdad7231fac|Collections Care;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f;GP0|#885a1730-c08c-4812-b60c-90a486fd75f1;L0|#0885a1730-c08c-4812-b60c-90a486fd75f1|Relative Humidity and Temperature
Vibration control: Paintings on canvas supports. In Art in Transit: Studies in the Transport of Paintings, ed. M. F. Mecklenburg.Vibration control: Paintings on canvas supports. In Art in Transit: Studies in the Transport of Paintings, ed. M. F. Mecklenburg.Green, T.1991Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art. 59-68.Green, T. 1991. Vibration control: Paintings on canvas supports. In Art in Transit: Studies in the Transport of Paintings, ed. M. F. Mecklenburg. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art. 59-68.GP0|#9f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30;L0|#09f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30|Packing and Transport;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
The dimensional stability of paintings in transit. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints, 8th Triennial Meeting, Sydney.The dimensional stability of paintings in transit. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints, 8th Triennial Meeting, Sydney.Hackney, S.1987Paris: ICOM. 597-600.Hackney, S. 1987. The dimensional stability of paintings in transit. ICOM Committee for Conservation preprints, 8th Triennial Meeting, Sydney. Paris: ICOM. 597-600.GP0|#9f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30;L0|#09f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30|Packing and Transport;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
Packing of Michelangelo's Pieta.Packing of Michelangelo's Pieta.Gordon, J.1967Studies in Conservation 12: 57-67.Gordon, J. 1967. Packing of Michelangelo's Pieta. Studies in Conservation 12: 57-67.GP0|#9f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30;L0|#09f8cb963-83b3-4aa5-8d8a-c04ed9490f30|Packing and Transport;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f
DispForm.aspxDispForm.aspxNational Park service website: Exhibit Conservation Central. http://www.nps.gov/hfc/conservation/exhibit/index.htmGP0|#4face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8;L0|#04face530-ec2e-4a30-9f05-9d44f02949e8|General Reference;GTSet|#b127f5f3-7965-4586-8cc5-f1bf9d35c11f;GP0|#c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f;L0|#0c8992dbe-b8f4-40a1-9d77-5ca78f3e665f|Housing, Storage, and Display

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