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Natural history collections are collections with unique purposes and uses compared to history and art collections. These collections are primarily used for research by scientists and academics and are continually added to, to help track information about species, populations and other parts of the natural world  ,  ,  , . There are often multiple samples or specimens of a certain species because researchers and scientists need to see how the populations, species and environments change over time or how the methods of collecting the samples or specimens have changed.
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Good storage is the foundation of effective collection care-advancing conservation while promoting accessibility and use. Preventive Conservation: Collection Storage covers all types of collections, including science, fine and decorative art, history, library, archive, and digital collections. It concentrates on preventive conservation and emphasizes a risk-management approach. It will be useful to anyone in the field of collection care looking for an overview of collection storage-be it an established specialist, an emerging professional, or a student. And if you would like details of what is inside this impressive new tome, please visit the SPNHC wiki where you can download the Table of Contents, read the chapter abstracts and take a peek at one example of the useful Storage-at-a-Glance section. Download Errata for Chapter 9, Table 9 Pesticides, pp. This comprehensive volume is treated in three parts: Part 1: Principles of Safety and Health — fire protection, occupational hazards, and waste management.
Antoine, D and Fletcher, A. Alpert G. Guide E Philadelphia: American Society for Testing and Materials, Analysis of museum objects for hazardous pesticide residues: A guide to techniques Arnoldsson, M.
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The following list collects references of books, articles and web resources on the subject of use of biocides including pesticides in museum collections and related subjects such as health hazards, handling and mitigation strategies. This list is organised by types of publication and by dates. This hopefully makes it easy to see whe-ther a reference is included or is missing. Your input will be essential to update this bibliography. If you have information, articles or research reports relevant to this topic, which are not yet included, please send additional references, comments and suggestions to lucie.
Tweets by Zootaxa. A wide range of aspects concerning microscope slides, their preparation, long-time storage, curatorial measures in collections, deterioration, restoration, and study is summarized based on our own data and by analyzing more than references from the 19 th century until , 15 patents, and about Materials Safety Data Sheets. Information from systematic zoology, conservation sciences, chemistry, forensic sciences, pathology, paleopathology, applied sciences like food industry, and most recent advances in digital imaging are put together in order to obtain a better understanding of which and possibly why mounting media and coverslip seals deteriorate, how slides can be salvaged, which studies may be necessary to identify a range of ideal mounting media, and how microscope studies can benefit from improvements in developmental biology and related fields. We also elaborate on confusing usage of concepts like that of maceration and of clearing. The chemical ingredients of a range of mounting media and coverslip seals are identified as much as possible from published data, but this information suffers in so far as the composition of a medium is often proprietary of the manufacturer and may vary over time.
Joseph A. Cook, Scott V. Edwards, Eileen A. Lacey, Robert P. Guralnick, Pamela S.
This resource focuses on natural history specimens that are likely to be found in mixed museum collections or small private collections. It addresses different types of natural history collections as well as health and safety risks associated with pesticide residues in such collections. Natural history collections consist of materials such as fossils, rocks, minerals, seashells, eggshells, birds' nests, insects e. Wet collections, found in more specialized collections, require the advice of a specialist and will not be addressed here. Moose specimen in a display diorama at the Canadian Museum of Nature. In museums with mixed collections, natural history specimens are sometimes neglected when those responsible for them have a limited understanding of the value of these objects. Sometimes the items are used merely as props to provide background atmosphere for displays, and later they are jumbled in a corner of a storage room waiting for someone to take an interest and care for them.
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Joseph A. Cook, Scott V. Edwards, Eileen A. Lacey, Robert P. Guralnick, Pamela S.
Rachael Perkins Arenstein, A. Well-designed storage and support systems for individual items and collections are crucial in meeting goals for preventive care. This chapter will cover challenges and considerations in designing storage mounts and implementing rehousing solutions, as well as principles that can be applied to achieve appropriate support and space efficiency. The condition of individual items, the general philosophy guiding storage for broader collections and availability of institutional resources will impact the design of rehousing solutions. In turn, these factors will influence item configuration, choice of materials and tools, construction technique and space efficiency. The chapter will use a tiered approach to creating solutions that apply to storage, thus stimulating the reader to think about ways to transfer and adapt methods and materials for different types of collections.
The scientific heritage preserved in Brazilian biological collections has inestimable value. Despite the research on curation and restoration of biological material is regarded as strategic, there is a lack of expertise in these areas in the country. These deficiencies often determine the use of obsolete or even inadequate procedures aimed at the recovery of material for research or exhibition, resulting in risk to valuable specimens. In the present work we provide a review of the literature on the restoration of biological specimens and summarize concepts employed in the restoration of mammals and birds of the Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, exhibition in The aim of this work is to contribute to the development of protocols when interventions are needed to restore damaged specimens. Biological collections have formed the material basis of knowledge on biodiversity, allowing to catalog species and to carry out studies and analyses Lange Canhos et al.
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Фонтейн оставался невозмутимым. Грубость Джаббы была недопустима, но директор понимал, что сейчас не время и не место углубляться в вопросы служебной этики. Здесь, в командном центре, Джабба выше самого Господа Бога, а компьютерные проблемы не считаются со служебной иерархией. - Это не вирус? - с надеждой в голосе воскликнул Бринкерхофф. Джабба презрительно хмыкнул.
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