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The Use of Oxygen-Free Environments in the Control of Museum Insect Pests (Gci Scientific Program Report)

by Shin Maekawa

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Published by Getty Trust Publications: Getty Conservation Institute .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museums & Museology,
  • Protection,
  • Environmental Studies,
  • Museology (General),
  • Pest control,
  • Art,
  • Museums,
  • Insect pests,
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General,
  • Conceptual,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Technology / Pest Control,
  • Buildings

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8231142M
    ISBN 100892366931
    ISBN 109780892366934

    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 ving cultural heritage is the ultimate goal for most museum collection personnel. Museum pests . In a museum or gallery, display or storage environment, the risk to exhibits or works of art from insect pests is a major priority. Prevention of insect infestations is the first step As always, prevention is better than cure, so be proactive with your pest control .

    rial on which it is feeding. Use these clues to locate infested collections. • • Identifying Museum Insect Pest Damage National Park Service Wood Pests Museum objects made of wood are susceptible to attack by a number of wood-infesting pests. These results agree with Bokerhof (), who considers that the presence of COZ may facilitate the use of the oxygen available in the environment. Insect control using argon in museum, archive and Cited by:

    Use of Oxygen-Free Environments in the Control of Museum Insect Pests Proceedings of the Cor by Maekawa, Shin, Elert, Kerstin ISBN: List Price: $ $ (Save 19%) Showing 1 - 50 of - Browse More Pest Control . S Maekawa and E Kerstin, The Use of Oxygen-Free Environments in the Control of Museum Insect Pests (Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute, ). Figures Figure 1 EAI Pace TR .


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This volume discusses the use of nitrogen as the inert gas used to replace oxygen, and on the use. Museums throughout the world face the challenge of finding nontoxic methods to control insect pests.

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This volume discusses the use of nitrogen as the inert gas used to replace oxygen, and the use. Description Shin Maekawa and Kerstin Elert Museums throughout the world face the challenge of finding nontoxic methods to control insect pests.

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Controlled atmospheres against insect Cited by:   Insect pests are responsible for substantial damage to museum objects, historic books and in buildings like palaces or historic houses. Different wood boring beetles (Anobium punctatum, Cited by: Studies in Conservation.

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The use of oxygen- free environments on the control of museum insect pests. Book: Tools for Conservation. The Getty Conservation Institute, USA, pp. English: Mayfield R J:. Book Reviews. The Use of Oxygen-Free Environments in the Control of Museum Insect Pests by Shin Maekawa, Kerstin Elert.

The Use of Oxygen-Free Environments in the Control of Museum Insect Pests. Here you will learn to identify, monitor and control common pests found in museums. This covers the following questions and topics: Where do I go for further information on museum pests and pest control. The use of oxygen- free environments on the control of museum insect pests.

Book: Tools for Conservation. The Getty Conservation Institute, USA, pp. English: Mallis A: General Pest Management: Handbook of pest control [8th edition]. Book. Anoxia for Museum collections. J Considerable research on the efficiency of modified atmospheres for the control of pests in stored food has been conducted since about Reference: 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. Studies in Coervation. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute, Mallis, Arnold. Handbook of Pest Control Mallis Handbook and Technical Training Company, ———.

Handbook of Pest Control: the Behavior, Life History, and Control of Household Pests .Berkouwer, M.,Freezing to eradicate insect pests in textiles at Brodsworth Hall, The (Number 1), Materials Conservation Laboratory of Texas Memorial Museum, Austin, Texas, pp Florian, M.-L.

E The use of oxygen-free environments in the control of museum pests.They are found in nature on the bark of trees and shrubs, preferring damp, warm, undisturbed environments. In museum settings, they can commonly be found in books and book bindings.