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Approaches to pest management in museums.

Story

Approaches to pest management in museums.

by Story

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Conservation Analytical Laboratory.
The Physical Object
Pagination165 p. ;
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21244828M

the british pest management manual Download the british pest management manual or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the british pest management manual book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The Collections Management Policy checklist has been drafted with practical needs in mind. The more inte-grated and accessible the practices, processes and terminology of the collection activities in museums, the easier it will be to engage in other forms of collaboration between museums. Collections Management PolicyFile Size: 1MB.

Do not carry out pest control on a pest that does not exist! 3. Planning Pest Management Strategy. Match the pest control to the pest and match the treatment to the particular pest: to where it lives and what it eats, to the museum, to the people who work in the museum, and to the object. Mechanical and physical control. Introduction to Integrated Pest Management Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an environmentally friendly, common sense approach to controlling pests. The IPM principles and benefits described below apply to any type of structure and g: museums.

Strang, T.J.K. "Published Temperatures for the Control of Pest Insects in Museums," Collection Forum, vol. 8, nº 2 () Strang, T.J.K. "The Effect of Thermal Methods of Pest Control on Museum Collections," in Preprints of the Third International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property. Bangkok, Thailand: 4 – 7 July   Historic New England shares innovative approach to pest management On Novem Historic New England’s Haverhill, Massachusetts-based collection services team hosted a sold-out program on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for museum professionals, interested members, and colleagues from all over New England.


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Approaches to pest management in museums by Story Download PDF EPUB FB2

Approaches to pest management in museums. The first section deals with insect biology and the measures museums can take to prevent infestation. The study covers feeding and reproduction cycles for each sp., the kinds of materials each sp. attacks and the kinds of damage they cause, as well as the state of research on their by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Story, Keith O.

Approaches to pest management in museums. Suitland, Md.: Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian. PEST MANAGEMENT IN MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC HOUSES WHAT IS PEST MANAGEMENT [IPM]. All too often pest control in museums and houses is a reaction to the discovery of insect activity and damage.

The aim of IPM is to provide practical, safe and cost-effective methods to prevent collections, furnishings and buildings from being damaged by Size: 65KB. The book, Approaches to Pest Management in Museums, was published in CAL began CAL began to offer one-day courses on pest management, given by Keith Story, in File Size: KB.

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, Hylotrupes bajulus, Lyctus sp.

or introduced species), the biscuit beetle (Stegobium paniceum), the cigarette beetle (Lasioderma serricorne), different Dermestides (Attagenus sp., Anthrenus sp., Dermestes sp Cited by: This new book is a working guide to help people recognise insect, rodent and bird pests and take practical steps to prevent and control damage to collections.

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.

Pesticide Mitigation in Museum Collections: Science in Conservation ; Practical hints on dyeing with natural dyes: Production of comparative dyeings for the identification of dyes on historic textile materials by Helmut Schweppe, (Green Book; 11 MB file). 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 by: Insect Pests and Integrated Pest Management in Museums, Libraries and Historic Buildings Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Insects 6(2) June with 1, ReadsAuthor: Pascal Querner.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management. It uses natural predators, pest-resistant plants, and other methods to preserve a healthy environment in an effort to decrease reliance on harmful by: The term `pest' in this book is used in its broadest sense and includes insects, pathogens, weeds, nematodes, etc.

The book commences by outlining the basic principles which underlie pest control (crop husbandry, socio-economics, population ecology and population genetics) and reviews the control mesures available and their use in IPM g: museums.

A field-orientated, widely travelled biologist, Dr. Chakravarthy is actively investigating novel approaches to integrated pest management, host plant interaction, vertebrate pest management, biodiversity and environmental conservation issues. He is author of several significant book contributions on this g: museums.

The fundamentals of integrated pest management Learn best practice pest management methods, alongside the latest research from Museum experts. The Natural History Museum is proud to be a world leader in integrated pest management, having been the first Museum to introduce such a.

A professional approach to pest management such as keeping good records through documentation of pest visits and trap captures, utilizing bar-coded monitors, and generating quality reports also can play an important role in securing a contract with a museum. This new book is a working guide to help people recognise insect, rodent and bird pests and take practical steps to prevent and control damage to collections.

It covers the many recent developments in Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in the heritage sector/5. Pergamon Printrd in &eat Br~tam All righrr rc~er\~rd SO26OA(96) 02fl0LYNh SIS 00 + O.O(l Integrated Pest Management: A Proposed Strategy for Natural History Museums MAKTYN J.

LINNII: Introduction A museum may be defined as an institution which collects, documents, preserves, exhibits and interprets material evidence and associated by: 8. 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 treatments. At the end of some sections there is a short multiple choice quiz to test your.

Story KO () Approaches to pest management in museums. Conservation Analytical Laboratory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., USA, pp 85– Google Scholar Strang TJK () A review of published temperatures for the control of pest insects in by: 2.

Author: David Pinniger. This is a working guide to help people recognize insect, rodent and bird pests and take practical steps to prevent and control damage to collections. 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. Story, Keith O. "Approaches to Pest Management in Museums Addendum."Suitland, MD: Smithsonian Center for Materials Research & Education.

U.K. & European IPM Working Group Updates. Access the postprints and posters from 4th international conference on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Stockholm, Sweden, May Integrated Pest Management for Cultural Heritage by David Pinniger.

A practical, color-illustrated, working handbook for the curator, conservator and all persons concerned with the management of collections.Novel Approaches to Integrated Pest Management 1st Edition by Reuven Reuveni (Author) ISBN ISBN X.

Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: Implementation. The implementation of integrated pest management should be done in steps.

To begin, a museum should review a floor plan of the building and determine all “doors, windows, water and heat sources, and drains”, as well as all furniture and other objects within the museum.