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Pest management in museums, archives, and historic houses

David Pinniger

Pest management in museums, archives, and historic houses

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Published by Archetype Publications in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Museum conservation methods.,
  • Museums -- Collection management.,
  • Pests -- Integrated control.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection.,
  • Archive buildings -- Pest control.,
  • Archival materials -- Conservation and restoration.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArt Conservation Department Library
    StatementDavid Pinniger ; illustrated by Annette Townsend ; rodent and bird chapter by Adrian Meyer.
    ContributionsTownsend, Annette., Meyer, Adrian., State University College at Buffalo. Dept. of Art Conservation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 115 :
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22860573M
    ISBN 101873132867
    ISBN 109781873132869

    In addition, he demonstrates that Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is not only a safer option, but also a more cost-effective solution to the complex problems of pest control. This book offers comprehensive guidance for the necessary action and treatment of any pest problem likely to be encountered in museums, galleries, libraries, archives and. Bob served as the chief conservator for the National Museum and Galleries of Wales for many years. His intimate working knowledge with collections and conservation led him to becoming a champion for integrated pest management in museums and historic houses. Bob got his bachelor’s degree from the University of Exeter and was trained as a chemist.


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Pinniger, David,(author.). Ptinus tectus, often called the Australian spider beetle, is a species of beetle in the genus Ptinus of the family Ptinidae, or family Anobiidae, subfamily Ptininae.

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Reviews. The Loan Program is maintained and governed by the Archives Society of Alberta. All questions and comments regarding the program should be directed to the Executive Director and Archives Advisor of the Archives Society of Alberta.

*At this time, two institutional members are generously housing the Loan Program. INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT CHECK LIST INTRODUCTION Integrated Pest Management is a preventative, long-term, low toxicity means of controlling pests.

Though IPM was developed first for the agricultural industry, many museums, archives and libraries are finding IPM principles relevant to the protection of their holdings. Airborne pollutants in museums, galleries and archives: risk assessment, control strategies and preservation management by Jean Tétreault Call Number: Q.

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identification, pest prevention, treatment, and developing IPM concepts. Ina second edition was published with 13 added pages. A third edition, pages long, was published intitled Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. Most IPM professionals have this version on their shelf from the time they enter the field.

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The author, David Pinniger, is an entomologist and international pest management consultant. Pinninger, David. Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. London: Archetype, The focus is on strategies for controlling and preventing insect infestations in museums using the principles of integrated pest management, which stresses monitoring, targeting treatment, and environmental modification.

The Natural History Museum (NHM), London was one of the first national museums to introduce a museum-wide integrated pest management (IPM) strategy that includes the.

integrated pest management for museums, archives and historic houses Operate Vertical Personnel Platform Time-Based Media in Collections by curator Barbara LondonTitle: Assistant Manager (Collections.

Environmental Monitoring for Museums - The Basics • IPM: Integrated Pest Management Preventive Conservation for Historic Houses. Altamira Press., Lanham, MD. • Rose, C., C. Hawks and H. Genoways (eds.) Storage of Natural History Collections: A Preventive. Ptinus is a genus of beetles distributed throughout much of the world, including Africa, the Australian region, the Palearctic, the Near East, the Nearctic, and the Neotropic is a member of the subfamily Ptininae, the spider beetles.

About 24 species have been found associated with stored food products in various parts of the world. Both adults and larvae of Class: Insecta. Every year National Museums Scotland (NMS) runs a series of workshops that aim to share knowledge of heritage related skills across the museum community.

These popular workshops are free and cover a range of topics from collections care to handling skills. I recently had to opportunity to attend a workshop on Integrated Pest Management at. This book offers comprehensive guidance for the necessary action and treatment of any pest problem likely to be encountered in museums, galleries, libraries, archives and historic houses.

For a look inside click here. David Pinniger is an entomologist and. > (With link to the CCI Book­ Housekeepingfor Historic Homes and House Museums.

Edited by Byrd Wood. Washington, DC: National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Park Service. Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. How to ensure your collections are safe from insect pests. All too often, pest control in museums is reactive, rather than proactive.

Waiting for the discovery of evidence of insect pest activity, such as damage to objects or elements of the building can mean matters are already at an advanced stage and more difficult to resolve.

Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses by Pinniger, D. at Pemberley Books. KIK/IRPA Tutor: David Pinniger. This one-day introductory/refresher workshop (offered in association with Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK-IRPA), Brussels) is aimed at those involved with, or responsible for, the care of objects in collections - museums, galleries, libraries, archives, historic houses, etc.

Lectures/discussions focus on the theory and practice of. This book offers comprehensive guidance for the necessary action and treatment of any pest problem likely to be encountered in museums, galleries, libraries, archives and historic houses. Follow 0 Followed 0. CONSTRAIN. For the control of all insect pests in museums, archives, historic houses etc.

Constrain is a new generation water-based insecticide spray with a neutral pH, for the control of a wide range of insect pests (wood borers, clothes moths, carpet beetles, biscuit beetles, silverfish and book lice etc.) found in historic and scientific collections.

Allan E () The problems of house mice in historic houses and museums. In: Integrated pest management for collections. Proceedings of a pest odyssey, 10 years later.

English Heritage, London, UK, pp 90–94 Google ScholarCited by: 2. * state and local historical societies or museums * state extension services.

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American Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works (AIC) K Street, N.W., Suite Washington, DC Insect pest identification Guides and handbooks Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses.

Archetype Publications, London. Pinniger D B,Pest Management, a practical guide. but you can sometimes get second hand copies on Amazon and other internet book suppliers. There is also a pest ID and pest database website. For museums, house museums, libraries and archives contained within historic structures, these compromises can be more difficult, based on the needs of artifacts or archival collections versus those of the historic structure.

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A poster illustrating a selection of insect pests most commonly found in historic houses and museums in the UK. To best identify the pests it is recommended that you order a hard copy of the poster from English Heritage Customer Services ([email protected] orquoting reference number ).Pinniger, D.

Pest Management in Museums, Archives and Historic Houses. London: Archetype Publications Ltd., Reprinted pp. (Concise, illustrated guide to all aspects of IPM specifically applied to cultural property; a book to begin your IPM program.) Strang, T.J.K.

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