7 edition of Pest Management in Museums, Archives and... found in the catalog.
August 25, 2001
by Archetype Books
Written in English
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and services of museums, archives and libraries to touch the lives of everyone. MLA is a Non-Departmental Public Body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Originally published by Museums & Galleries Commission David Pinniger is a consultant who specializes in pest management problems in museums and historic buildings. An IPM Checklist for Planning & Implementing Pest Control on Art & Artifact Collections (From AIC News, May , written by Mary Ballard, Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution. Note: AIC holds the copyright to this citation.
6 INSECT-PEST MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL information on the life history, behavior, ecology, and other factors important in the development of control measures for a pest. Once an insect pest has been correctly identified and the available information assembled, the appli- cability of various methods of pest management can be considered. book until now has distilled its core philosophy for the home gardener, so that he or she can learn to Edition) Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Entomology and Pest Management Here To Help: Pest Management Solutions For Commercial Properties Native Plants in the Coastal.
Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses is a practical working handbook for the conservator and all persons concerned with the care and management of collections. An essential guide to the recognition of inset, rodent and bird pests with advice on the practical steps required to present and control damage to collections, it incorporates many recent developments in Integrated. Buggy Biz: Integrated pest management in collections and Fluffy Stuff, Integrated control of mould in archives. Book Dutch Institute for Cultural Heritage (ICN) and IADA Amsterdam.
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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 le-jasmin-briancon.comving cultural heritage is the ultimate goal for most museum collection personnel.
Museum pests come in many different forms: insects, mites, rodents, bats, birds, and fungi and the two most. The concerns over the use of pesticides on objects, staff and the environment and the options available are rationally discussed.
Applying the principles of IPM, as described in this book, to museums, archives and historic houses is not only safer, but also more cost-effective than many pest control techniques used by museums in the past.
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Libraries, Archives, Museums Pest Management for Public Libraries Home Enter Search Words Search. Pest Management for Public Libraries: Home. This online guide was developed for librarians looking for information and procedures that will help them keep insects out of the library.
Pest Management in Museums, Archives, and Historic Houses (Pinniger, David. Pest Management in Museums, Archives, and Historic Houses.
Denbigh, Clwyd: Archetype Publications., ) The book begins with an introduction on what insects are and why they should be a cause for concern.
Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. Handbook / Manual Out of Print. By: It covers the many recent developments in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in the heritage sector.
The book includes new information on trapping and detection of pests and the advantages and disadvantages of physical and chemical control measures. Integrated pest management in museums Insect pests Insect detection and monitoring Prevention of insect infestation Control of insects Rodents and birds Implementing IPM.
More Notes. Includes bibliographical references (pages ) Other Form. Online version Pinniger, David, Pest management in museums, archives, and historic houses. Buy Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses by D.B.
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Managing Pests in Your Collections Chicora Foundation, Inc. making museums, libraries, archives, and historic sites less attractive to things that destroy collections.
To provide integrated pest management, the approaches themselves must be integrated. And you can't do this alone--you must have cooperation. Pests, such as insects and vermin, eat and destroy paper and the adhesive that secures book bindings.
Food and drink in libraries, archives, and museums can increase the attraction of pests. An Integrated Pest Management system is one way to control pests in libraries. Swedish working group PRE-MAL, Pest Research and Education--Museums Archives and Libraries Ted Radcliffe's IPM World Textbook Integrated Pest Management, featuring contributed chapters by internationally acclaimed experts.
This project is co-sponsored by the Consortium for International Crop Protection (CICP) and National IPM Network (NIPMN).In this short review, an introduction to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in museums is given, the most valuable collections, preventive measures, monitoring in museums, staff responsible for the IPM and chemical free treatment methods are le-jasmin-briancon.com by: Integrated Pest Management: Current Concepts and Ecological Perspective presents an overview of alternative measures to traditional pest management practices using biological control and biotechnology.
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