Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ralph Mitchell, Christopher J. McNamara|
|LC Classifications||QR135 .C85 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 326 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||2010009929|
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This book provides detailed insights into the role of microorganisms and microbial products in biodeterioration, conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. Topics to be discussed are microbial colonization and their growth control on both artworks and aerosol of indoor environments such as. The book focuses on three main areas: the identification of the microorganisms which cause structural damage; methods to reduce or prevent microbial colonization and damage; and the use of microorganisms for the protection and bioremediation of cultural : $ This book considers cultural heritage and the sustainable development of tourism from an African perspective, with Botswana as the main point of reference. Within the African context, Botswana is renowned for its abundance of cultural heritage and appeal to tourists. The collection reconciles the growing demand to commodify cultural heritages. Microbial activity has an important impact on the maintenance of cultural heritage materials, owing to the key role of microorganisms in many deterioration processes. In order to minimize such deleterious effects, there is a need to fine-tune methods that detect and characterize microorganisms. Trends in microbiology indicate that this need can be met by incorporating modern Cited by:
Heritage Science is an emerging discipline and this book forms a comprehensive volume on key topical areas of this new field and discusses the threats to a wide range of heritage materials and monuments by biological and chemical agents of decay. It provides up-to-date information on subjects Author: Eric May. Get this from a library! Cultural heritage microbiology: fundamental studies in conservation science. [Ralph Mitchell; Christopher J McNamara;] -- Historic and culturally important objects are vulnerable to microbial attack. Over time, microorganisms can affect paint, wood, paper, glass, textiles, metal, wax, stone, polymers, and coatings. Visit our online store to order fiction, fiction, cultural heritage in bulk. Wholesale prices. Order min. 25 copies. Free Shipping & Price Match Guarantee. Microorganisms (bacteria, archaea and fungi), in addition to lichens and insect pests, cause problems in the conservation of cultural heritage because of their biodeteriorative potential. This holds true for all types of historic artefacts, and even for art made of modern materials, in public buildings, museums and private art collections. The variety of biodeterioration phenomena observed on Cited by: