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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.

Conservation References

AuthorCo-authorsDateTitleType of PublicationSpecific ReferenceISBN/ISSN NumberEditor's NameLanguage
Adriaens A2005Non-destructive analysis and testing of museum objects: An overview of 5 years of research.PaperSpectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy 60, 2005, pp. 1503- 1516.English
Antonsson MSamuelsson M L 1996Effects of repeated freezing on paper strength.PaperSwedish National Testing and Research Institute, Materials Technology, pp. 2.English
Beiner G GOgilvie T M A2005Thermal methods of pest eradication: Their effect on museum objects.PaperThe Conservator Vol. 29, 2005/06, pp. 5- 18.0140- 00960English
Daniels V1994Environmental changes during freezing and thawing of enclosed environments.PaperThe British Museum Department of Conservation, Conservation Research Section, pp. 1- 7.English
Daniels VKibray R1995The effect of freezing on the mechanical properties of artefacts.PaperThe British Museum Department of Conservation, Conservation Research Section, pp. 1- 8.English
Daniels VKibray R1996A comparison of the use of breaking load and tensile energy absorption to measure strength changes caused by conservation processes.PaperThe British Museum Department of Conservation, Conservation Research Section, pp. 2- 4.English
Daniels VKibray R1998Effects of freezing on museum objects.PaperConservation News 66, pp. 20- 21.English
Davis J JGulson B L2005Ceiling (attic) dust: A "museum" of contamination and potential hazard. PaperEnvironmental Research 99, pp. 177- 194.English
Florian M L E1986The Freezing Process- Effects on insects and artifact materials.PaperLeather Conservation News 3 (1), pp. 1- 13.English
Florian M L E1990The effects of freezing and freeze-drying on natural history specimens.PaperCollection Forum 6 (2), pp. 45- 52.English
Gallo F1985Biological Factors in the deterioration of paper.BookRome: ICCROM.English
Hawks C A2001Historical survey of the sources of contamination of ethnographic materials in museum collections.PaperCollection Forum 16, pp. 2- 11.English
Hawks C AMakos K, Bell D, Wambach P and Burroughs E2004An inexpensive method to test for mercury vapour in herbarium cabinets.PaperTaxon 53, pp. 783- 790.English
Kigawa RStrang T2011Effects of fumigants and non-chemical treatments on DNA molecules and proteins: case studies on natural history specimens and proteinaceous components of museum objects.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 115- 122.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Kjerulff A K2013Investigation of the use of freezing against insect pests in Danish Museums and the effect of repeated frezing of 5 different surface treatments on pinewood and glass slides.PaperIn: International conference on IPM in museums, archives and historic houses. Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, Austria, 5- 7th June 2013, pp. 246-259.Querner, P., Pinniger, D B and Hammer, AEnglish
Koestler R JParreira E, Santoro E D and Noble P1993Visual effects of selected biocides on easel painting materials.PaperStudies in Conservation, 38, 1993, pp. 265- 273.English
Kowalik R1979Some remarks of a microbiologist on protection of library materials against insects.PaperRestaurator 3, pp. 117- 122.English
Oyarzun RHigueras P, Esbri J M and Pizarro J2007Mercury in air and plant specimens in herbaria: A pilot study at the MAF Herbarium in Madrid, Spain.PaperScience of the Total Environment 387, pp. 346- 352.English
Pereira MHammond B2001Chronology of pesticides used on national park service collections.PaperNational Park Service Conserve O Gram 2: 16, pp. 1- 7.English
Purewal VColston B and Rohrs2008Developing a simple screening method for the identification of historic biocide residues on herbarium material in museum collections.PaperX-Ray Spectrometry 37, pp. 137- 141.English
Rowe S2003The effect of insect fumigation by anoxia on textiles dyed with Prussian blue.PaperStudies in Conservation 49, pp. 259- 270.0039- 3630English
Shchepanek M J1996Observations of temperature and relative humidity during the cooling and warming of botanical specimens for insect pest control.PaperCollection Forum, 12 (1), pp. 1-7.English
Spears R APurewal V and Thompson J P2007Exposure to heavy metals from herbarium specimens in the National Museum of Wales (NMW), Cardiff.PaperIn: XXVII International Congress of the European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxocologists, Athens, pp. 1.English
Spivak S MWorth J and F E Wood1981Assessing the effects of pesticidal chemicals on historic textiles.BookChapter 4 in: Preservation of paper and textiles of historic and artistic value II. Advances in chemistry series 193, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, pp. 333- 343.English
Tonin CInnocenti R, Cravello B, Songia M B and Di Nola0000Pesticides and carpets: Identification, quantitative analysis and removal.PaperNewsletter, pp. 24- 26.English
Walker KBacon L1987A condition survey of specimens in the Horniman Museum- A progress report.PaperIn: Recent Advances in the Conservation and Analysis of Artifacts, Proceedings of the Institute for Archaeology Jubilee Conservation Conference, London. Pp 337- 339.English
West G2003The renovation game. Forty of your restoration questions answered.PaperPeriod Living and Traditional Homes, 2003, p. 123- 128.English
Williams S LHawks C A and Weber S G1986Considerations in the use of DDVP resin strips for insect pest control in biological research collections.PaperBiodeterioration VI (Session VII), pp. 345- 350.English