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Author:
Chris Collins
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075061742X
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Butterworth-Heinemann (October 9, 1995)
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Start by marking Care and Conservation of Palaeontological Material as Want . This book provides the basic information necessary for the care and conservation of palaeontological materials.

Start by marking Care and Conservation of Palaeontological Material as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Palaeontological material within collections is increasingly becoming a unique resource, as pressure on geological sites for building or landfill increases, or palaeontological sites become overworked. It is important that the palaeontological collection is seen as a resource of equal value to those of the arts, and as such is maintained cared for and conserved as such.

Conservation Documentation and the Implications of Digitisation. Oxford: n Ltd (Reed Elsevier pic Group). Price £5. 0 (hard covers). ISBN 0 X. Simon Knell. Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies, Vol. 7, Issue. Google Scholar Citations. View all Google Scholar citations for this article. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 May 2009. Export citation Request permission.

The Care and Conservation of Palaeontological Material. Countries with natural fossil collections and known fossil sites, which are only a few, thus do take special care of their heritage and fossil findings and in the process enhances the role of non-destructive testing and related examination procedures on these findings.

The Care and Conservation of Palaeontological Material, C. COLLINS (e., Publisher n, Oxford 1995; (139pp) £50 ISBN 0-7506-1742-X. Gordon Turner-Walker. Published: 1 January 1997. in Journal of Quaternary Science. Journal of Quaternary Science, Volume 12, pp 79-81; doi:10. 1002/(sici)1099-1417(199701/02)12:1<79::aid-jqs285 3.

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Conservation and Restoration of Glass n Series in Conservation and Museology . Preface Conservation of Glass, first published in 1989, glass in terms of its chemical structure and was intended to serve as a textbook for conser- physical properties.

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Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Series: n Series in Conservation and Museology. Hardcover: 352 pages.

This book takes a look at the history and use of cut, rubbed and gauged brickwork; the use of tools .

This book takes a look at the history and use of cut, rubbed and gauged brickwork; the use of tools and equipment and the differences between historic and contemporary bricks with a view to inform conservation and restoration decisions. In-depth look at the history and conservation of gauged brick work set in context through illuminating case studies Author's hands-on experience makes the book relevant to current practices today Clearly shows how skills and techniques can inform conservation and restoration decisions.

This book covers the physical care of botanical and zoological collections for scientific teaching and display purposes with emphasis on preservation for scientific value. A manual for curators and collections managers containing practical guidance.

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qxd 10/4/05 11:17 AM Page i CONSERVATION OF LEATHER and related materials H4881-Prelims. casting materials stitching 110 and techniques 128 1. 7 Seams and construction 111 1. Consolidation techniques 128 Bibliography 112 1. Dressings and finishes 128 References 129 12 General principles of care, storage 14 Taxidermy 130 and display 113 . Dickinson Aline Angus, Marion Kite and 1. A brief history 130 Theodore Sturge 1. Taxidermy terms 131.

Palaeontological material within collections is increasingly becoming a unique resource, as pressure on geological sites for building or landfill increases, or palaeontological sites become overworked. It is important that the palaeontologicalcollection is seen as a resource of equal value to those of the arts, and as such is maintained cared for and conserved as such. This book provides the basic information necessary for the care and conservation of palaeontological materials. Paleontological materials present a wide range of problems to the conservator; from the organic composition of sub-fossil and mummified materials, to the problems of mounting media associated with SEM stubs and slides commonly associated withpalaeontological materials, to the problems of inorganic materials such as microfossils, palaeobotanical materials and supporting shale and other matrixes. This book, for the first time, provides essential information for conservators and other workers of the mechanisms of deterioration of palaeontological materials, resins, adhesive and consolidants that have been used on geological material in the past, and suggests methods of passive control and treatment of deteriorating material. Written by conservators, geological technicians and academic geologists, the book discusses the variety of different approaches to the care and conservation of palaeontological objects which reflects the differing use of the materials within collections. As such the book will be of use to anybody working with palaeontological materials, particularly those involved in the care and conservation of palaeontological objects and collections. The book concentrates on the science behind the field and encourages a more conservation orientated approach to these materials, which is new to most palaeontologists.