Database of IPM References

This 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.

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Author Co-authors Year Category Title Type of Publication Specific Reference ISBN/ISSN Editor Language
Florian M L E 1986 Conservation The Freezing Process- Effects on insects and artifact materials. Paper Leather Conservation News 3 (1), pp. 1- 13. English
Florian M L E 1987 Strategies Methodology used in insect pest surveys in museum buildings- A case history. Paper ICOM Committe for Conservation, 8th Meeting, Sydney, Australia. English
Robinson G S 1979 Biology Clothes moth of the Tinea pellionella complex: A revision of the world's species (Lepidoptera: Dermestidae). Paper Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomol. Series 38 (3): 57-128. English
Florian M L E 1989 Strategies Integrated system approach to insect pest control: An alternative to fumigation. Paper In: Proceedings of the International Conservation in Archives, Ottawa, May 10-12, 1988, pp. 253- 262. English
Florian M L E 1989 Treatment/Physical Freezing for Museum Insect Pest Eradication. Paper Collection Forum 6 (1): pp. 1- 7. English
Woodroffe G E 1967 Biology Anthrenus sarnicus Mroczkowski (Coleoptera, Dermestidae) in Britain. Paper Journal of Stored Product Research 3, pp. 263- 265. English
Florian M L E 1990 Conservation The effects of freezing and freeze-drying on natural history specimens. Paper Collection Forum 6 (2), pp. 45- 52. English
Woodroffe G E 1952 Biology The biological origin of our domestic insect pests. Paper Biology and Human Affairs 18 (1).
Florian M L E 1997 General Pest Management Heritage Eaters- Insects and Fungi in Heritage Collections. Book London: James and James. 1873936494 English
Wudtke A 1994 Treatment/Physical Alternative methods of controlling museum pests with inert gases using the examples of the common clothes moth Tineola bisselliella (Hum.). Paper Anz. Schadlingskde, Pfalanzenschutz, Umweltschutz 67., 1994, pp. 2- 4. English
Freeman P 1980 Biology Common insect pests of stored food products. A guide to their identification, 6th edition. Book London: British Museum (Natural History) Economic Series, No 15. English
French A 2011 Collections/Environment Skins, shoes and 2,500 saplings; combining integrated pest management and contemporary art installations. Paper In: 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. 9781848021143 Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe A English
Gallo F 1985 Conservation Biological Factors in the deterioration of paper. Book Rome: ICCROM. English
Gilberg M 1989 Treatment/Physical Inert atmosphere fumigation of museum objects. Paper Studies in Conservation, 34, 1989, pp. 80- 84. English
Zaitseva G A 1987 Treatment/Physical Chemical measures of protecting USSR museum collections against keratin- destroying insects (Coleoptera, Dermestidae: Tineidae). Paper ICOM-CC 8th Triennial Meeting, Australia 1987, pp. 1211- 1214. English
Gilberg M 1990 Treatment/Physical Inert atmosphere disinfestation using Ageless oxygen scavenger. Paper 9th Triennial Meeting ICOM, Dresden GDR, Committee for Conservation, pp. 813- 816. English
Zaitseva G A 1991 Monitoring and trapping Control of insects in museums: The use of light traps. Paper Proceedings of the International Conference of Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Lucknow, February 20-25, 1989, pp. 469- 477. Agrawal O P and Dhawan S English
Zaitseva G A 1993 General Pest Management Studies of insects injurious to museum collections and their control in the USSR. Paper Recent advances in biodeterioration and biodegration, 1, chapter V1, p.233- 257. English
Gilberg M 1991 Treatment/Physical The effects of low oxygen atmospheres on museum pests. Paper Studies in Conservation, 36, 1991, pp. 93- 98. English
Gilberg M 1993 Treatment/Physical Inert atmosphere disinfestation of museum objects using Ageless oxygen absorber. Paper 2nd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 397- 406. English
Gilberg M 1995 Monitoring and trapping Monitoring Anghrenus verbasci (L.) in museum collections using a sex pheromone lure. Paper Western Association for Art Conservation 17, pp. 1- 5. English
Goldberg L 1996 Strategies A history of pest control measures in the anthropology collections, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Paper Journal of the American Institute of Conservation 35, 1996, pp. 23- 43. English
H.M.S.O 2000 Treatment/Physical Pesticides 2000. Book London: Reference book MAFF/HSE. English
Hall A V 1988 Strategies Pest control in Herbaria. Paper Taxon 37, pp. 885- 907. English
Hallas T E 1996 Biology Dust from woodworm holes may also be a result of house mite activity. Paper International Pest Control, pp. 157. English
Bezant E T 1978 Biology The occurrence of larder and other Dermestes beetles in houses, flats and canteens. Leaflet Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Infestation Control (York), pp. 1- 2. English
Hammick S 1989 Treatment/Physical WARNING! Dichlorvos resin strip fumigation. Paper Textile Conservation Newsletter, pp. 1- 10. English
Hancock E G 1993 Biology Museum Pests from pigeon nests. Paper Journal of Biological Curation, 1 No3/4, pp. 41- 43. English
Hanlon G 1992 Treatment/Physical Progress in Project on the Feasibility of Using Modified Atmospheres for Museum Pest Eradication: An Overview. Paper J Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA pp, 55. English
Hansen L Stengaard 1992 Treatment/Physical Use of freeze disinfection for the control of the common furniture beetle Anobium punctatum. Paper The International Research Group on Wood Preservation, Harrogate, pp. 1- 5. English