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AuthorCo-authorsDateCategoryTitleType of PublicationSpecific ReferenceISBN/ISSN NumberEditor's NameLanguage
Strong R G1970Monitoring and trappingDistribution and relative abundance of stored- product insects in California: A method of obtaining sample populations.PaperJournal of Economic Entomology 63, pp. 591- 596.English
Adriaens A2005ConservationNon-destructive analysis and testing of museum objects: An overview of 5 years of research.PaperSpectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy 60, 2005, pp. 1503- 1516.English
Akerlund M1991General Pest ManagementAngra-finns dom…?BookSvenska museiforeningen. Uppsala.Swedish
Allen B0000BiologyPhilosophical Transactions: Giving fome account of the Prefent Undertakings, Studies and Labours of the Ingenious, in many parts of the World. Volume XX for the Year 1698.BookSmith S and Walford B, pp.376- 377.English
Allen E2011BiologyThe problems of house mice in historic houses and museums.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of the 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 90- 94.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Anon1965BiologyBiology and control: Stored- tobacco insects.LeafletAgriculture Handbook 233, Washington: Agricultural Research Service, 1965 rev.English
Cymorek S1971Treatment/PhysicalUber notwendige temperatur- zeit- verhaltnisse zum abtoten von Lyctus- Larven bezogen auf die helbverleimug von turen.PaperMitt.d.Deutschen ges and Holz 57, pp. 50- 57.German
Anon1980BiologyDamage caused by masonry or mortar bees.LeafletBuilding Research Advisory Service Technical Information, pp. 1.English
Anon1984Treatment/PhysicalControlled atmosphere and fumigation grain storage.PaperIn: Developments in Argicultural Engineering (Oxford: Elsevier, 1984), pp. 67- 74Ripp B EEnglish
Anon1985Treatment/ChemicalA safe good riddance…to protect holdings from pest attack.PaperTechnology Trends (Spring 1985), pp. 5- 11.English
Anon1986BiologyIdentifying damage by wood-boring insects.LeafletBuilding Research Establishment Digest 307, pp. 1- 8.English
Anon1987Treatment/ChemicalInsecticidal treatments against wood-boring insects.LeafletBuilding Research Establishment Digest 327, pp. 1- 8.English
Anon1991Treatment/ChemicalTermite sales made easy with Termitect II.PaperPest Control Technology 19 (2), pp. 131.English
Anon1996Treatment/PhysicalProtocol for the use of controlled freezing in the treatment of insect infested materials.LeafletMuseum of New Mexico Conservation Unit, pp. 1- 4.English
Anon1998StrategiesMuseum Pest Management.LeafletIn: NPS Museum Handbook Part I (1998), p5: 1- 5: 15.English
Anon1999BiologyTermites and UK Buildings: Biology, detection and diagnosis.PaperBuilding Research Establishment Digest 443, Part 1, (12). English
Anon1999StrategiesTermites and UK Buildings: Control and Management of subterranean termites.PaperBuilding Research Establishment Digest 443 (2), pp. 1- 4.English
Anon0000General Pest ManagementThe ten agents of deterioration: No 3 Pests.LeafletNatSCAEnglish
Armes N J 1984BiologyAspect of the biology of the Guernsey carpet beetle, Anthrenus sarnicus Mroczk., and control of dermestid beetle in pests in museums.PaperICOM, pp. 1- 3. English
Armes N J 1988BiologyThe seasonal activity of Anthrenus sarnicus and some other beetle pests in the museum environment.PaperJournal of Stored Products Research 24, 1988, pp. 29- 37.English
Armes N J 1990BiologyThe biology of Anthrenus sarnicus Mroczkowski (Coleoptera: Dermestidae)- II. Pupal and adult stages.PaperJournal of Stored Products, Research 27, 1990, pp. 57- 64.English
Armes N J 1990BiologyThe biology of Anthrenus sarnicus Mroczkowski (Coleoptera: Dermestidae)- I. Egg and larval development.PaperJournal of Stored Products. Research 26, 1990, pp. 11- 22.English
Baker J E1986BiologyInfluence of larva weight and temperature change on survival and pupation in black carpet beetle (Coleoptera: Dermestidae).PaperEnvironmental Entomology 15, 1986, pp. 1166- 1170.English
Banks H J2000Treatment/ChemicalFumigation- An endangered technology?PaperProceedings of the 6th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection 1, 2000, pp. 2- 6.English
Barringer K1999Collections/EnvironmentThe Brooklyn Botanic Garden herbarium: A case study in modern herbarium design.PaperIn: Managing the Modern Herbarium: An inter- disciplinary approach, pp. 165- 180. Canada: Elton- Wolf Publishing. English
Becker G1943BiologyOn the ecology and physiology of beetles injurious to timber. PaperZeitschrift fur Angewandte Entomologie 30 (1), pp. 104- 118.German
Beisenkotter B1999Treatment/ChemicalPesticides and fire retardant finish in textile objects- dangerous waste from the past?BulletinNewsletter, pp. 22- 23.English
Bell C H1996Treatment/PhysicalAlternatives- physical methods and emission reduction.BookIn: Agrochemicals and Plant Protection. The Methyl Bromide Issue, pp. 351- 355. John Wiley and Son.Bell C H, Price N and Chakrabarti BEnglish
Bergh J-E1998Treatment/PhysicalCurrent research on anoxic insect methods in Scandinavia.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium on insect pest control in museums. Stockholm 1998.English
Berkouwer M1994Treatment/PhysicalFreezing to eradicate insect pests in textiles at Brodsworth Hall.PaperThe Conservator 18, 1994, pp. 15-22.English
Berry J2001Treatment/PhysicalBattle of the beasts: Treatment of a pest infestation of the mounted mammal collection at Liverpool Museum.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 130- 134.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Berry R W1995StrategiesControlling the common furniture beetle.PaperPesticide Outlook, 1995, pp. 26- 30.English
Bezant E T1957BiologyThe Australian carpet beetle, Anthrenocerus australis (Hope) (Col., Dermestidae) in Britain.PaperThe Entomologist's Monthly Magazine xciii pp. 207. English
Bezant E T1957BiologyFurther records of the Australian carpet beetle, Anthrenocerus australis (Hope) (Col., Dermestidae) in Britain.PaperThe Entomologist's Monthly Magazine xciii pp. 401. English
Bezant E T1965BiologyFood-handling premises in Britain as an ecological niche for Dermestes (Coleoptera, Dermestidae).PaperTwelfth International Congress on Entomology, London, pp. 648. English
Ebeling W1971Treatment/PhysicalSorptive dusts for pest control.PaperAnnual Review of Entomology.English
Binker G2001Treatment/ChemicalApplication of carbon dioxide for pest control of buildings and large objects.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 102- 105.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Birch M C1998BiologyDeathwatch beetles: Undertakers of our Churches.PaperAntenna, pp. 1- 4.English
Blake G M1961BiologyLength of life, fecundity and oviposition cycle in Anthrenus verbasci (L.) (Col., Dermestidae) as affected by adult diet.PaperBulletin of Entomological Research 52, pp. 459- 472.English
Blaney W M1998BiologyThe death-watch beetle: An enigma investigated.PaperAntenna 22 (4), 189- 200.English
Borig J2011Treatment/PhysicalMobigas at the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia and the struggle for recognition by quarantine authorities.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 102- 106.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Bousquet Y1990BiologyBeetles Associated with Stored Products in Canada: An Identification Guide. BookAgriculture Canada, Research Branch, Publication 1837. 220 UP660132664English
Britton E B1961BiologyDomestic woodboring beetlesBookBritish Museum (Natural History), Economic Series 11A London.English
Brokerhof A W1989StrategiesControl of fungi and insects in collections of cultural value.BookCentral Research Laboratory, Amsterdam.English
Brokerhof A W1999Treatment/PhysicalLow-oxygen treatment and solarisation of Probota iconostasis: Alternative pest control methods in the field.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation, 12th Triennial Meeting Lyon. Preprints 29th August- 3rd September 1999. London: James and James Science Publishers Ltd, pp. 14- 20.1873936923English
Brokerhof A W2001Treatment/PhysicalThe solar tent: An effective method to disinfest museum objects using solar generated heat.PaperInstitute Collective Nederland Information 7, pp. 1- 4.English
Brokerhof A W2002Treatment/PhysicalSolarization- A cheap but effective method to disinfest museum objects.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation, 13th Triennial Meeting. Rio de Janeiro, 22nd- 27th September 2002 (1). London: James and James Science Publishers Ltd, pp. 15-20.1902916301English
Brokerhof A W2007General Pest ManagementInsects and fungi in textile collections; Chapter 5.BookIn: Unravelling textiles- A handbook for the preservation of textile collections. Boersma Archetype publications: London, pp. 61- 79.1873132646English
Bry R E1991BiologySynthetic fabrics and fibre pests.PaperJournal of Entomological Science 26 (1), pp. 51- 58.English
Burke J1996Treatment/PhysicalAnoxic Microenvironments: A simple guide.PaperSPNHC Society for the3 Preservation of Natural History 1:1 (1996), pp. 1- 4.English
Busvine J R1986General Pest ManagementInsects and hygiene.BookLondon: Chapman and Hall. English
Carrlee E2003Treatment/PhysicalDoes low-temperature pest management cause damage? PaperLiterature Review and Observational Study for Conservation 42, pp. 142- 166.English
Child R E1988Treatment/ChemicalFumigation in museums:- A possible alternative.PaperMuseums Journal.English
Child R E1994Treatment/PhysicalThe Thermo Lignum process for insect pest control.PaperPaper Conservation News 72 (9), pp. 8- 9.English
Child R E1999Monitoring and trappingInsect pests in archives: Detection, monitoring and control.PaperJournal of the Society of Archivists 20 (2) pp. 141- 148.English
Child R E2001Collections/EnvironmentMuseums, libraries and archives. The pests: Their presence and the future.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 1- 4.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Child R E2002Treatment/PhysicalAnoxic Environments in Archive Conservation.PaperJournal of the Society of Archivists 23 (2002), pp. 171- 178.English
Child R E2011Monitoring and trappingThe wider use and interpretation of insect monitoring traps.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of the 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 66- 70.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Clark C O1928Treatment/ChemicalThe protection of animal fibres against clothes moths and dermestid beetles.PaperJournal of the Textile Institute 19, pp. 295- 320.English
Coghlan A1996Collections/EnvironmentTragedy in toytown.PaperNew Scientist (21st and 28th December), pp. 38- 41.English
Cook J1998Collections/EnvironmentNatural History Museum in 1873 London. Designing ventilation with heating.PaperASHRAE Journal (April 1998), pp. 44- 48.English
Creffield J W1991BiologyWood destroying insects, wood borers and termites.BookMelbourne, Australia: CSIRO.English
Crisafulli S1980Treatment/PhysicalHerbarium insect control with a freezer.PaperBrittonia 32, pp. 224.English
Halstead D G H1975BiologyChanges in the status of insect pests in storage and domestic habitats.PaperProceedings 1st International Conference on Stored Product Entomology Savannah, USA, 1975, pp. 142- 153.English
Daniel V2001StrategiesInsect control: A total approach for small and remote museums in the tropics.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 76- 80.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Daniels V1994ConservationEnvironmental changes during freezing and thawing of enclosed environments.PaperThe British Museum Department of Conservation, Conservation Research Section, pp. 1- 7.English
Daniels V1997Treatment/PhysicalThe constuction of a chamber for nitrogen fumigation.PaperThe Conservator, 21, 1997.English
Dawson J E1987Treatment/PhysicalA review of the use of Freezing/Low Temperature in Insect Control.PaperDepartment of Communications, Canadian Conservation Institute, EDR Report No. 1266, pp. 5.English
Dawson J E1988Treatment/ChemicalEffects of insecticides on museum artifacts and materials.PaperIn: Zycherman and Schrock.Zycherman L A Schrock J REnglish
Dawson J E1992Treatment/ChemicalSolving Museum Insect Problems: Chemical control.PaperTechnical Bulletin 15, Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute, pp. 15- 26.English
Demaus R0000Treatment/ChemicalPrecision treatment of death watch beetle attack.PaperBC Special Report on Ecclesiastical Buildings, pp. 9- 11.English
Dove C J1995StrategiesEvaluation of an integrated pest management program, Division of Birds, US National Museum of Natural History.PaperCollection Forum 11: 1, pp. 28- 38.English
Dvoriashina Z P1988BiologyThe smirnov beetle as a pest in libraries.PaperRestaurator 9, pp. 63- 81.English
Toshiko K1977Treatment/ChemicalEffects of insecticidal and fungicidal agents on materials of cultural properties.PaperScientific papers on Japanese Antiques and Arts and Crafts, No. 19- 20.English
Adams R G 1978BiologyThe first British infestation of Reesa vespulae.PaperEntomologists Gazette 29, 1978, pp. 73- 75.English
Edwards J1993Treatment/ChemicalBiorationals and biotechnology- Their future role in the control of insects in the urban environment.PaperInternational Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment, Cambridge, UK 1993.English
Egunnike L2001StrategiesMarauding geckos- A look at subtropical pest management. PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 28- 36.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Erdman M1994Monitoring and trappingAcoustic hunter maybe termite: Tool of the future.PaperPest Control 62 (5), p. 78- 79.English
Evans G2011Collections/EnvironmentDriven to distraction by moths: IPM on the Riverside Museum Project.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of the 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 84-89.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Fadl Ali M1997BiologyDevelopment and heat tolerance of Anthrenus coloratus (Ritter) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) reared on a laboratory diet.PaperJournal of Stored Product Research 33:3 pp. 251 (Abstract only).English
Fidler J et al1998General Pest ManagementWoodcare: Deathwatch beetle decay and its treatment: Conference Abstracts.PaperLondon: English Heritage, pp. 1- 14.English
Fields P G1992Treatment/PhysicalThe Control of stored- product insects and mites with extreme temperatures.PaperJournal of Stored Product Research 28 (2), pp. 89- 118.English
Florian M L E1986ConservationThe Freezing Process- Effects on insects and artifact materials.PaperLeather Conservation News 3 (1), pp. 1- 13.English
Florian M L E1987StrategiesMethodology used in insect pest surveys in museum buildings- A case history.PaperICOM Committe for Conservation, 8th Meeting, Sydney, Australia.English
Florian M L E1989StrategiesIntegrated system approach to insect pest control: An alternative to fumigation.PaperIn: Proceedings of the International Conservation in Archives, Ottawa, May 10-12, 1988, pp. 253- 262. English
Florian M L E1989Treatment/PhysicalFreezing for Museum Insect Pest Eradication.PaperCollection Forum 6 (1): pp. 1- 7.English
Florian M L E1990ConservationThe effects of freezing and freeze-drying on natural history specimens.PaperCollection Forum 6 (2), pp. 45- 52.English
Florian M L E1997General Pest ManagementHeritage Eaters- Insects and Fungi in Heritage Collections.BookLondon: James and James.1873936494English
Freeman P1980BiologyCommon insect pests of stored food products. A guide to their identification, 6th edition.BookLondon: British Museum (Natural History) Economic Series, No 15.English
French A2011Collections/EnvironmentSkins, shoes and 2,500 saplings; combining integrated pest management and contemporary art installations.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 174- 179.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Gallo F1985ConservationBiological Factors in the deterioration of paper.BookRome: ICCROM.English
Gilberg M1989Treatment/PhysicalInert atmosphere fumigation of museum objects.PaperStudies in Conservation, 34, 1989, pp. 80- 84.English
Gilberg M1990Treatment/PhysicalInert atmosphere disinfestation using Ageless oxygen scavenger.Paper9th Triennial Meeting ICOM, Dresden GDR, Committee for Conservation, pp. 813- 816.English
Gilberg M1991Treatment/PhysicalThe effects of low oxygen atmospheres on museum pests.PaperStudies in Conservation, 36, 1991, pp. 93- 98.English
Gilberg M1993Treatment/PhysicalInert atmosphere disinfestation of museum objects using Ageless oxygen absorber.Paper2nd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 397- 406.English
Gilberg M1995Monitoring and trappingMonitoring Anghrenus verbasci (L.) in museum collections using a sex pheromone lure.PaperWestern Association for Art Conservation 17, pp. 1- 5.English
Goldberg L1996StrategiesA history of pest control measures in the anthropology collections, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.PaperJournal of the American Institute of Conservation 35, 1996, pp. 23- 43.English
H.M.S.O2000Treatment/ChemicalPesticides 2000.BookLondon: Reference book MAFF/HSE.English
Hall A V1988StrategiesPest control in Herbaria.PaperTaxon 37, pp. 885- 907.English
Hallas T E1996BiologyDust from woodworm holes may also be a result of house mite activity.PaperInternational Pest Control, pp. 157.English
Bezant E T1978BiologyThe occurrence of larder and other Dermestes beetles in houses, flats and canteens.LeafletMinistry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: Infestation Control (York), pp. 1- 2.English
Hammick S1989Treatment/ChemicalWARNING! Dichlorvos resin strip fumigation.PaperTextile Conservation Newsletter, pp. 1- 10.English
Hancock E G1993BiologyMuseum Pests from pigeon nests.PaperJournal of Biological Curation, 1 No3/4, pp. 41- 43.English
Hanlon G1992Treatment/PhysicalProgress in Project on the Feasibility of Using Modified Atmospheres for Museum Pest Eradication: An Overview.PaperJ Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA pp, 55.English
Hansen L Stengaard1992Treatment/PhysicalUse of freeze disinfection for the control of the common furniture beetle Anobium punctatum.PaperThe International Research Group on Wood Preservation, Harrogate, pp. 1- 5.English
Hansen L Stengaard 1998Monitoring and trappingThe common furniture beetle in Danish churches- pest densities and moisture conditions monitored for three years.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium in museums. Stockholm 1998. English
Hanus J1985Treatment/PhysicalGamma radiation for use in archives and libraries.PaperAbbey Newsletter 9, 34.English
Harmon J D1993StrategiesIntegrated Pest Management: An Old, but New Approach.PaperAmerican EntomologistEnglish
Harvey Y2001StrategiesGrey biscuits, flying carpets and cigarettes: An integrated pest management programme in the herbarium at Kew. PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 57- 62. 1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Hawks C A2001ConservationHistorical survey of the sources of contamination of ethnographic materials in museum collections.PaperCollection Forum 16, pp. 2- 11.English
Helena Hakanen E2011StrategiesOutsmarting the persistent moths: strategic planning for pest control Nordiska Museet.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 151- 156.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Hickin N1985BiologyBookworms.BookLondon: Sheppard Press.English
Hinton H E1945BiologyMonograph of the Beetles Associated with Stored Products.BookBritish Museum (Natural History), London, Vol 1.English
Hoag H2004BiologyBiology for art's sake.PaperNature 428, pp. 886- 887.English
Houston M2011StrategiesThe measured, slimline implementation of integrated pest management at the National Trust for Scotland.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of the 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 77- 83.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Howard L O0000BiologySome temperature effects on household insects.PaperUS Bureau of Entomology Bull. Series 6, pp. 13- 17.English
Huntley M1998BiologyBoring for Britain.PaperFurniture and Cabinetmaking 12 (1998), pp. 39- 41.English
Jacobs J F1995Monitoring and trappingPest monitoring case study.PaperIn: Storage of Natural History Collections: A Preventative Conservation Approach, pp. 221- 231.English
Croat T B1978Collections/EnvironmentSurvey of herbarium problems.PaperTaxon 27, pp. 203- 218.English
Jessup W C1995StrategiesPest management.PaperIn: Storage of Natural History Collections: A Preventative Conservation Approach, pp. 211- 220.English
Jessup W C1997StrategiesIntegrated pest management: Not a fad or fancy term.PaperAIC News 22: 3, pp. 1- 5English
Johnston A1996Treatment/PhysicalLow oxygen fumigation for museums.PaperMuseums in Practice (November 1996), pp. 24- 25.English
Kidd H1999Treatment/PhysicalPest control for valuable artifacts.PaperPesticide Outlook, pp. 137- 140.English
Koestler R J1992Treatment/PhysicalPractical application of nitrogen and argon fumigation procedures for insect control in museum objects.Paper2nd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 96 -98.English
Koestler R J1993Treatment/PhysicalInsect eradication using controlled atmospheres and FTIR measurements for insect activity.PaperCommittee for Conservation 10th Triennial Meeting, Washington, D.C., pp. 882-885.English
Ebeling W1978General Pest ManagementUrban Entomology.BookUniversity of California, pp. 695.931876192English
Kronkright D P1991Monitoring and trappingInsect traps in conservation surveys.PaperWAAC Newsletter, 15 (1) pp. 21- 23.English
Lettsom J C0000Collections/EnvironmentThe naturalists' and traveller's companion.BookLondon: Cheapside.English
Linnie M J1987Collections/EnvironmentPest control: A survey of natural history museums in Great Britain and Ireland.PaperInternational Journal of Museum Management and Curatorship, Vol.6, No. 3, pp. 277- 290.English
Linnie M J1990Treatment/ChemicalConservation: Pest Control in museums- The use of chemicals and associated health problems.PaperMuseum Management and Curatorship 9, pp. 419- 433.English
Linnie M J1996StrategiesIntegrated pest management: A proposed strategy for natural history museums.PaperMuseum Management and Curatorship 15 (2) pp. 133-143.English
Linnie M J1999Treatment/PhysicalEvaluation of temperature regimes for the control of insect pests of museum collections.PaperCollection Forum, 13, pp. 76- 89.English
Mallis A1997General Pest ManagementHandbook of pest control [8th edition].BookCleveland: Frasak and Foster.English
Anon1979StrategiesProofing of buildings against rats, mice and other pests.LeafletLondon: ADAS.English
McGriffin Jr R F1985Treatment/ChemicalA current status report on fumigation in museums and historical agencies.PaperTechnical Information Service. American Association for State and Local History 4, pp. 1- 15.English
Meehan A P1984General Pest ManagementRats and mice. Their Biology and Control.BookRentokil Library, Rentokil Ltd, East Grinstead.906564050English
Merrill E D1948Collections/EnvironmentOn the control of destructive insects in the herbarium.PaperJournal of the Arnold Arboretum 29, pp. 103- 110.English
Meyer A N1998General Pest ManagementRodents in museums: Not only a gnawing problem!PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium in museums. Stockholm 1998. English
Michalski S1994Collections/EnvironmentRelative Humidity in museums, galleries and archives: Specification and control.PaperIn: Bugs, Mold and Rot II: A Workshop on Control of Humidity for Health, Artifacts, and Buildings. National Institute of Building Sciences, Washington, pp. 51- 62.English
Michalski S1996Treatment/PhysicalFreezing wood and parchment.PaperPaper Conservation News 80, pp. 11- 12.English
Mound L1989BiologyCommon insect pests of stored food products. A guide to their identification.BookLondon: British Museum (Natural History) Economic Series, No 15.English
Mueller D K1998General Pest ManagementStored Product Protection…A period of transition.BookIndiana: Insects Limited.963437348English
Nesheim K1984Treatment/PhysicalThe Yale non-toxic method of eradicating book-eating insects by deep-freezing.PaperThe Restaurator 6.English
Newton J1993Treatment/ChemicalCarbon dioxide as a fumigant to replace methyl bromide in the control of insects and mites damaging stored products and artefacts.PaperInternational Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment, Cambridge, UK, 1993.English
Noldt U2007Monitoring and trappingMonitoring von hozzerstorenden Insekten- Anforderungen und erste Ergebnisse. [Monitoring wood-destroying insects- requirements and first results].PaperIn: Holzschadlinge im Fokus. 9783926160423German
Norton R E1996StrategiesA case history of managing outbreaks of webbing clothes moth Tineola bisselliella.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation 11th Triennial Meeting, Vol 1 Preventive Conservation, 1996. pp. 61- 66.English
Pain S1997BiologyKnock knock, who's there?PaperNew Scientist (20- 27 December 1997), pp. 52- 54.English
Parker T A1988StrategiesStudies on integrated pest management for libraries and archives.BookParis, France: UNESCO, pp. 119.English
Cornwell P B1979General Pest ManagementPest control in Buildings.BookRentokil Library, Rentokil Ltd, East Grinstead.English
Peacock E R1993BiologyAdults and larvae of hide, larder and carpet beetles and their relativesPaperHandbooks for the identification of British Insects 5 [3]. RES LondonEnglish
Pearson C1993Collections/EnvironmentBuilding out pests.PaperAICCM Bulletin 19 1&2.English
Petersson K1998Treatment/PhysicalFreezing as an insect control method on large clothes moth infestation.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium in museums. Stockholm 1998. English
Philbrick C T1984Treatment/PhysicalComments on the use of the microwave as a method of herbarium insect control- possible drawbacks.PaperTaxon 33.English
Phillips T W2000Monitoring and trappingPheromones of stored- product insects: Current status and future perspectives.PaperProceedings of the 6th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection Vol. 1, pp. 479- 486.English
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Pinniger D B1990StrategiesInsect Pests in museums (1st Edition)BookInstitute of Archaeology Publication, London.English
Pinniger D B1990Monitoring and trappingFood baited traps: past present and future.PaperJournal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 63 (4), 1990.English
Pinniger D B1991Monitoring and trappingNew developments in the detection and control of insects which damage museum collections.PaperBiodeterioration Abstracts, 5, 1991.English
Pinniger D B1992General Pest ManagementPreserving the past for future generations.PaperPest Control News 26.English
Pinniger D B1993Monitoring and trappingAdvances in the detection of pests which attack museum collections.PaperProceedings of 2nd International conference on the Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan 1992.English
Pinniger D B1994StrategiesInsect Pests in museums (3rd revised edition).BookArchetype Publications, London.English
Pinniger D B1995General Pest ManagementFriends of the dodo: Recent advances in the detection and control of museum insect pests.PaperProceedings of the British Pest Control Conference, London, 1995.English
Pinniger D B1996Treatment/PhysicalInsect Control with the Thermo Lignum treatment.PaperConservation News 59, pp. 27- 28.English
Pinniger D B1997StrategiesRecent advances in the control of museum pests based on detection and targeted treatment.PaperPesticide Outlook (April), pp. 15- 20.English
Pinniger D B1998Treatment/PhysicalControlling insect pests: Alternatives to pesticides.PaperConserve O Gram 3/8, pp. 1- 4.English
Pinniger D B2001BiologyWhere do we go from here? The challenges of implementing an IPM programme at the British Museum.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 9- 13.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Pinniger D B2001StrategiesPest management in museums, archives and historic houses.BookLondon: Archetype Publications Ltd.1873132867English
Pinniger D B2003Treatment/PhysicalSaving our treasures - controlling museum pests with temperature extremes.PaperPesticide Outlook February 2003 10-11English
Pinniger D B2008General Pest ManagementPest Management - a practical guideBookCollections Trust, London1 900642 17 4English
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