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Database of IPM References

Download dataThis database was compiled by Amy Crossman and David Pinniger.
It was last updated in August 2018 and it is intended that it will be updated annually to include new references.

Collections/Environment References

AuthorCo-authorsDateTitleType of PublicationSpecific ReferenceISBN/ISSN NumberEditor's NameLanguage
Barringer K1999The Brooklyn Botanic Garden herbarium: A case study in modern herbarium design.PaperIn: Managing the Modern Herbarium: An inter- disciplinary approach, pp. 165- 180. Canada: Elton- Wolf Publishing. English
Brimblecombe PLankester P2013Long-term changes in climate and insect damage in historic houses.PaperStudies in Conservation, Volume 58, Number 1, January 2013, pp. 13- 22.0039-3630English
Carter DWalker A K1999Care and conservation of natural history collections.BookOxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann.750609613English
Child R E2001Museums, libraries and archives. The pests: Their presence and the future.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 1- 4.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Coghlan A1996Tragedy in toytown.PaperNew Scientist (21st and 28th December), pp. 38- 41.English
Cook JHinchcliffe T1995Designing the well-tempered institution of 1873.PaperEnvironment 70: 1 pp. 38- 46.English
Cook J1998Natural History Museum in 1873 London. Designing ventilation with heating.PaperASHRAE Journal (April 1998), pp. 44- 48.English
Croat T B1978Survey of herbarium problems.PaperTaxon 27, pp. 203- 218.English
Evans G2011Driven to distraction by moths: IPM on the Riverside Museum Project.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of the 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 84-89.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
French A2011Skins, shoes and 2,500 saplings; combining integrated pest management and contemporary art installations.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 174- 179.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Halmschlager EKritsch P and Dobart N2013Control of the wood boring weevil Pentarthrum huttoni (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) by changing the environmental conditions of the crypt of St. Michaels church, Vienna.PaperIn: International conference on IPM in museums, archives and historic houses. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Austria, 5- 7th June 2013, pp. 164- 173.Querner, P., Pinniger, D B and Hammer, AEnglish
Hendricks K BMorrow G1985Recommended Storage Conditions for Holdings in Archives and Libraries.BulletinPublic Archives of Canada, Ottawa.English
Hutton T CLloyd H and Singh J1991The environmental control of timber decay.PaperStructural Survey 10 (1), pp. 5- 20.English
Lettsom J C0000The naturalists' and traveller's companion.BookLondon: Cheapside.English
Linnie M J1987Pest control: A survey of natural history museums in Great Britain and Ireland.PaperInternational Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship, Vol.6, No. 3, pp. 277- 290.English
Merrill E D1948On the control of destructive insects in the herbarium.PaperJournal of the Arnold Arboretum 29, pp. 103- 110.English
Michalski S1994Relative Humidity in museums, galleries and archives: Specification and control.PaperIn: Bugs, Mold and Rot II: A Workshop on Control of Humidity for Health, Artifacts, and Buildings. National Institute of Building Sciences, Washington, pp. 51- 62.English
Pearson C1993Building out pests.PaperAICCM Bulletin 19 1&2.English
Ridout B V2000Timber and decay in buildings- The conservation approach to treatment.BookLondon, UK: E & F N Spon.English
Rumball NPinniger D B2003Use of temperature to control an infestation of biscuit or drugstore beetle Stegobium paniceum in a large economic botany collectionPaperCollections Forum 18 [1-2] p50-58English
Schieweck ALohrengel B, Siwinski N, Genning C and Salthammer T2005Organic and inorganic pollutants in storage rooms of the Lower Saxony State Museum, Hanover, Germany.PaperAtmospheric Environment, 39, pp. 6098- 6108.English
Singh J1989The ecology and environmental control of timber decay in buildings.PaperConstruction Repair (1989), pp. 26- 29.English
Strang T J K1998Psocids or 'Booklice': A warning of dampness.PaperCCI notes 3/4, Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa, pp. 2.English
Thomson G1990The Museum Environment, 2nd edition.BookButterworth- Heinemann, pp. 293.07506204128English