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Treatment/Chemical References

AuthorCo-authorsDateTitleType of PublicationSpecific ReferenceISBN/ISSN NumberEditor's NameLanguage
Demaus R0000Precision treatment of death watch beetle attack.PaperBC Special Report on Ecclesiastical Buildings, pp. 9- 11.English
Clark C O1928The protection of animal fibres against clothes moths and dermestid beetles.PaperJournal of the Textile Institute 19, pp. 295- 320.English
Cymorek S1971Uber 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
Ebeling W1971Sorptive dusts for pest control.PaperAnnual Review of Entomology.English
Jay E GArbogast R T and Pearman G C1971Relative Humidity: Its importance in the control of stored-product insects with modified atmospheric gas.PaperJournal of Stored Products Research 6, pp. 325- 329.English
Toshiko K1977Effects of insecticidal and fungicidal agents on materials of cultural properties.PaperScientific papers on Japanese Antiques and Arts and Crafts, No. 19- 20.English
Mayfield R JO'Loughlin G J1979Evaluation of Decamethrin as an insectproofing agent for wool.PaperJournal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry 28, pp. English
Bailey S WBanks H J1980A review of recent studies of the effects of controlled atmospheres on stored product pests.PaperIn: Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Grain. New York: Elsevier Scientific Publishing, pp. 101- 118.Shebjal JEnglish
Bell C HSpratt E C and Mitchell D J1980The effect of nitrogen and carbon dioxide on eggs of Ephestia cautella (Walker) and E. kuehinella Zeller (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).PaperBulletin of Entomological Research 70, 1980, pp. 293- 298.English
Crisafulli S1980Herbarium insect control with a freezer.PaperBrittonia 32, pp. 224.English
Reagan B M1982Eradication of insects from wool textiles Part I.PaperJournal of the American Institute for Conservation 21.English
Anon1984Controlled atmosphere and fumigation grain storage.PaperIn: Developments in Argicultural Engineering (Oxford: Elsevier, 1984), pp. 67- 74Ripp B EEnglish
Horokova HMartinek F1984Disinfestation of archive documents by ionising radiation.PaperRestaurator 6.English
Nesheim K1984The Yale non-toxic method of eradicating book-eating insects by deep-freezing.PaperThe Restaurator 6.English
Philbrick C T1984Comments on the use of the microwave as a method of herbarium insect control- possible drawbacks.PaperTaxon 33.English
Smith R D1984The use of redesigned and mechanically modified commercial freezers to dry waterwetted books and exterminate insects.PaperRestaurator 6, pp. 165- 190.English
Smith R D1984Background, use and benefits of blast freezers in the prevention and extermination of insects.PaperCAB International Mycological Institute, The Sixth International Biodeterioration Symposium, pp. 374- 379.English
Anon1985A safe good riddance…to protect holdings from pest attack.PaperTechnology Trends (Spring 1985), pp. 5- 11.English
Hanus J1985Gamma radiation for use in archives and libraries.PaperAbbey Newsletter 9, 34.English
McGriffin Jr R F1985A 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
Anon1987Insecticidal treatments against wood-boring insects.LeafletBuilding Research Establishment Digest 327, pp. 1- 8.English
Child R EPinniger D B1987Insect Pest control in UK Museums.PaperProceedings of the Conservation Jubilee Conference, London. Pp. 303- 306.English
Dawson J E1987A review of the use of Freezing/Low Temperature in Insect Control.PaperDepartment of Communications, Canadian Conservation Institute, EDR Report No. 1266, pp. 5.English
Paton RCreffield J W1987The tolerance of some timber insect pests to atmospheres of carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide in air.PaperInternational Pest Control, pp. 10- 12.English
Zaitseva G A1987Chemical measures of protecting USSR museum collections against keratin- destroying insects (Coleoptera, Dermestidae: Tineidae).PaperICOM-CC 8th Triennial Meeting, Australia 1987, pp. 1211- 1214.English
Child R E1988Fumigation in museums:- A possible alternative.PaperMuseums Journal.English
Dawson J E1988Effects of insecticides on museum artifacts and materials.PaperIn: Zycherman and Schrock.Zycherman L A Schrock J REnglish
Brezner JLuner P1989Nuke 'em! Library Pest Control Using a Microwave.PaperLibrary Journal, September 15, 1989, pp. 60- 63.English
Florian M L E1989Freezing for Museum Insect Pest Eradication.PaperCollection Forum 6 (1): pp. 1- 7.English
Gilberg M1989Inert atmosphere fumigation of museum objects.PaperStudies in Conservation, 34, 1989, pp. 80- 84.English
Graf ELanz B1989Beitrag zum permanenten und temporaren insektiziden Textilschultz.PaperSonderdruck aus Textilveredlung 11, pp. 389- 394. German
Hammick S1989WARNING! Dichlorvos resin strip fumigation.PaperTextile Conservation Newsletter, pp. 1- 10.English
Derrick M RBurgess H D, Baker M T and Binnie N E1990Sulfuryl fluoride (Vikane): A review of its use as a fumigant.PaperJournal of the American Institute for C 20, pp. 77- 90.English
Gilberg M1990Inert atmosphere disinfestation using Ageless oxygen scavenger.Paper9th Triennial Meeting ICOM, Dresden GDR, Committee for Conservation, pp. 813- 816.English
Linnie M J1990Conservation: Pest Control in museums- The use of chemicals and associated health problems.PaperMuseum Management and Curatorship 9, pp. 419- 433.English
Valentin NPreusser F1990Insect control by inert gases in museums, archives and libraries.PaperRestaurator, 11, pp. 22- 33English
Valentin NPreusser F1990Nitrogen for biodeterioration control on museum collections.PaperBiodeterioration Research 3. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 511- 52.Llewellyn G C and O'Rear C EEnglish
Valentin N1990Insect eradication in museums and archives by oxygen replacement, a pilot project.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation , Germany, pp. 821- 823.English
Valentin NLidstrom M and Preusser F1990Microbial control by low oxygen and low relative humidity environment.PaperStudies in Conservation 35, pp. 222- 230.English
Anon1991Termite sales made easy with Termitect II.PaperPest Control Technology 19 (2), pp. 131.English
Child R EPinniger D B1991The inefficient use of insecticides in museums.PaperProceedings UK Institute of Conservation. Life After Death, Norwich, 1992.English
Gerard P JRuf L D1991Screening of plants and plant extracts for repellancy to Tinea dubiella, a major New Zealand wool pest.PaperProceedings 44th New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference, 1991. p 205- 208.English
Gilberg MBrokerhof A1991The control of insect pests in museum collections: The effects of low temperatures on Stegobium paniceum the drugstore beetle.PaperJournal of the American Institute for Conservation 30, pp. 197- 201.English
Gilberg M1991The effects of low oxygen atmospheres on museum pests.PaperStudies in Conservation, 36, 1991, pp. 93- 98.English
Reichmuth CUnger W and Unger A1991The use of nitrogen to control wood destroying insects in works of art.PaperRestaurator 4, pp. 246- 251.English
Valentin N1991Controlled Atmosphere for Insect Eradication in Library and Museum Collections.PaperInternational Seminar on Research in Preservation and Conservation. Arden House, pp. 13.English
Bell C HChakrabarti B, Llewellin B E and Wontner- Smith T J1992A comparison of carbon dioxide and burner gas as replacement atmospheres for control of grain pests in a welded steel silo.PaperPostharvest Biology and Technology 2, 1993, pp. 241- 253.English
Dawson J E1992Solving Museum Insect Problems: Chemical control.PaperTechnical Bulletin 15, Ottawa: Canadian Conservation Institute, pp. 15- 26.English
Fields P G1992The Control of stored- product insects and mites with extreme temperatures.PaperJournal of Stored Product Research 28 (2), pp. 89- 118.English
Gilberg MRoach A1992The effects of low oxygen atmspheres on the powderpost beetle, Lyctus brunneus.PaperStudies in Conservation, 38, pp. 128- 132.English
Hanlon GDaniel V, Ravenel N and Maekawa S1992Dynamic system for nitrogen anoxia of large museum objects: A pest eradication study.Paper2nd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan.English
Hanlon G1992Progress 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 Stengaard1992Use 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
Koestler R J1992Practical 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
Lambert M Jet al1992The rate of absorption of oxygen by Ageless; The utility of oxygen scavenger in sealed cases.ReportGetty Conservation Institute, Marina del Rey, CA, pp. 27.English
Strang T J K1992A review of published temperatures for the control of insect pests in museums.PaperCollection Forum 8 (2), pp. 41- 67.English
Valentin NAlguero M and Martin de Hijas C1992Evaluation of disinfection techniques for the conservation of polychrome sculpture in Iberian museums.PaperIn: Conservation of Iberian and Latin American Cultural Heritage, International Institute for Conservation, Madrid, September 9- 12, pp. 165- 167.950052590English
Wellheiser J G1992Nonchemical treatment processes for disinfestation and fungi in library collections.BookIFLA Publications 60, K.G Saur Verlag, Munchen, pp. 118.English
Brokerhof A WBanks H J1993Cold Tolerance of Tineola bisselliella (Lepidoptera Tineidae) eggs at a slow cooling rate.PaperJournal of Stored Products Research 29 (4), pp. 305- 310.English
Chakrabarti BBell C H1993The methyl bromide issue.PaperChemistry and Industry (20 December 1993), pp. 992- 995.English
Daniel VMaekawa S, Preuser F D and Hanlon G1993Nitrogen Fumigation: A viable alternative.PaperICOM-CC 10th Triennial Meeting, Washington 1993, pp. 868- 867.English
Edwards J1993Biorationals 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
Gilberg M1993Inert atmosphere disinfestation of museum objects using Ageless oxygen absorber.Paper2nd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 397- 406.English
Koestler R J1993Insect eradication using controlled atmospheres and FTIR measurements for insect activity.PaperCommittee for Conservation 10th Triennial Meeting, Washington, D.C., pp. 882-885.English
Morgan C PPinniger D B and Bowden N S1993The effectiveness of residual insecticides against the varied carpet beetle Anthrenus verbasci and the implications for the control of this pest in museums.PaperInternational Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment, Cambridge, UK, 1993.English
Newton J1993Carbon 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
Valentin N1993Comparative analysis of insect control by nitrogen, argon and carbon dioxide in museum, archive and herbarium collections.PaperInternational Biodeteriation and Biodegradation 32, pp. 263- 278.English
Berkouwer M1994Freezing to eradicate insect pests in textiles at Brodsworth Hall.PaperThe Conservator 18, 1994, pp. 15-22.English
Child R E1994The Thermo Lignum process for insect pest control.PaperPaper Conservation News 72 (9), pp. 8- 9.English
Grattan D WGilberg M1994Agelss oxygen absorber- Chemical and physical properties.PaperStudies in Conservation 39 (1994), pp. 210- 214.English
Miller R B Rajer A1994Freezing the herbarium: A novel approach to pest control.PaperPoster in: IIC 15th International Conference, Preventive Conservation: Practice, theory and research. Ottawa, Canada, 1994. pp. 129- 131.Ashok Roy and Perry SmithEnglish
Payton RStarling K1994The use of carbon dioxide for fumigation at the Museum of London.PaperConservation News 53, pp. 16- 17.English
Pinniger D BMorgan C, Child R E and Lankworth W1994A novel micro emulsion formulation of permethrin for the control of museum insect pests.PaperPoster in: IIC 15th International Conference, Preventive Conservation: Practice, theory and research. Ottawa, Canada, 1994. pp. 129- 131.Ashok Roy and Perry Smith English
Webb B PTownsend J H, Pinniger D B and Wontner Smith T1994An initial evaluation of cyphenothrin aerosol for the control of insect pests in museums.PaperThe Conservator, 18, 1994.English
Wudtke A1994Alternative methods of controlling museum pests with inert gases using the examples of the common clothes moth Tineola bisselliella (Hum.).PaperAnz. Schadlingskde, Pfalanzenschutz, Umweltschutz 67., 1994, pp. 2- 4.English
Thomson R D1995The effect of Thermo-Lignum pest eradication treatment on leather and other skin products.ReportThe Leather Conservation Centre, Northampton pp. 1- 20.English
Anon1996Protocol for the use of controlled freezing in the treatment of insect infested materials.LeafletMuseum of New Mexico Conservation Unit, pp. 1- 4.English
Bell C H1996Alternatives- 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
Burke J1996Anoxic Microenvironments: A simple guide.PaperSPNHC Society for the3 Preservation of Natural History 1:1 (1996), pp. 1- 4.English
Cipera LSegal M1996The use of cabon dioxide to control insects at the Canadian Museum of Civilization.PaperIIC- CG Workshop, Montreal, 1996, pp. 31- 41.English
Daniel VHanlon G1996Non-toxic methods for pest control in museums.Paper3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration in Cultural Property. Bangkok, 1995.English
Gilberg MGratton D W1996A dynamic system for removing oxygen from air using an electrochemical cell.PaperStudies in Conservation 41 (1996), pp. 183- 186.English
Hansen L StengaardVagn Jensen K-M1996Upper lethal temperature limits of the common furniture beetle Anobioum punctatum (Coleoptera: Anobiidae). PaperInternational biodeterioration and biodegradation 1996, pp. 225- 232.English
Johnston A1996Low oxygen fumigation for museums.PaperMuseums in Practice (November 1996), pp. 24- 25.English
Kaplan H AKaiser Schulte L1996Oxygen deprivation for the extermination of insects infesting architectural drawings.PaperThe Paper Conservator Vol. 20. pp. 22- 26.English
Maekawa SElert K1996Large- scale disinfestation of museum objects using nitrogen anoxia.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation 11th Triennial Meeting, Vol 1 Preventive Conservation, 1996. pp. 48- 53.English
Michalski S1996Freezing wood and parchment.PaperPaper Conservation News 80, pp. 11- 12.English
Newton JAbey-Koch M and Pinniger D B1996Controlled atmosphere treatment of textile pests in antique curtains using nitrogen hypoxia- A case study.Paper2nd International Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment, Edinburgh, 1996.English
Nicholson MRotberg W1996Controlled environment heat treatment as a safe and efficient method of pest control.Paper2nd International Conference on Insect Pests in the Urban Environment, Edinburgh, 1996. pp. 1- 9.English
Pinniger D BChild R E1996Insecticides: Optimising their performance and targeting their use in museums.Paper3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration in Cultural Property. Bangkok, 1995.English
Pinniger D B1996Insect Control with the Thermo Lignum treatment.PaperConservation News 59, pp. 27- 28.English
Rust M KDaniel V, Druzik J R and Preusser F D1996The feasibility of using modified atmospheres to control insect pests in museums.PaperRestaurator 17 (1), pp. 43- 60.English
Strang T J K1996The effect of thermal methods of pest control on museum collections.Paper3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration in Cultural Property. Bangkok, 1995. pp. 334- 353. Proceedings of rhw 3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, July 4- 7th. C Aranyanak and C SingharsiriEnglish
Daniels V1997The constuction of a chamber for nitrogen fumigation.PaperThe Conservator, 21, 1997.English
Elert K Maekawa S1997Rentokil bubble in nitrogen anoxia treatment of museum pests.PaperStudies in Conservation, 42, 1997, pp. 247- 252.English
Quarles W1997Baiting subterranean termites.PaperIPM Practioner, XIX, 1997.English
Strang T J K1997Controlling insect pests with low temperature.PaperCCI notes 3/3, Canadian Conservation Institute, Ottawa, pp. 4.English
Su N-Y1997Protecting historic buildings and structures from termites.PaperCultural Resource Management 7 (1997), pp. 26- 27.English
Von Rotberg WGagelmann M, Piening H, Wilke N and Roux K1997The first results of a pilot decontamination in a PCP polluted building by means of a humidity controlled thermal process.ReportUmwelt Bd 5, pp. 1- 4.English
Bergh J-E1998Current research on anoxic insect methods in Scandinavia.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium on insect pest control in museums. Stockholm 1998.English
Hansen L StengaardVagn Jensen K-M1998Heat treatments of the common furniture beetle at temperatures between 45oC and 54oC under dry and humid conditions.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium in museums. Stockholm 1998. English
Petersson K1998Freezing as an insect control method on large clothes moth infestation.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium in museums. Stockholm 1998. English
Pinniger D B1998Controlling insect pests: Alternatives to pesticides.PaperConserve O Gram 3/8, pp. 1- 4.English
Selwitz CMaekawa S1998Inert gases in the control of museum insect pests.BookUSA: Research in Conservation. The Getty Conservation Institute, pp. 107.892365021English
Su N-YThomas J D and Scheffrahn R H1998Elimination of subterranean termite populations from the Statue of Liberty national monument using a bait matrix containing an insect growth regulator hexaflumuron.PaperJournal of the American Institute for Conservation, 37, 1998.English
Vagn Jensen K-MHansen L Stengaard1998Evaluation of chemical methods for the prevention of damage to textiles due to Dermestidae and Tineola bisselliella.PaperProceedings 3rd Nordic Symposium on insect pest control in museums. Stockholm 1998.English
Beisenkotter B1999Pesticides and fire retardant finish in textile objects- dangerous waste from the past?BulletinNewsletter, pp. 22- 23.English
Bell H ACooke D, Wildey K B, Baker L F, Mosson J and Short J1999Long- term management of a population of Australian cockroaches (Periplaneta australasiae) in a tropical plant house in the United Kingdom using the juvenile hormone analogue (S)- Hydroprene. Paper3rd International Conference of Pests in the Urban Environment, Prague, 1999, pp. 161- 170.English
Brokerhof A W1999Low-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
Kidd H1999Pest control for valuable artifacts.PaperPesticide Outlook, pp. 137- 140.English
Linnie M J1999Evaluation of temperature regimes for the control of insect pests of museum collections.PaperCollection Forum, 13, pp. 76- 89.English
Rader LIson C1999Legacy of mercuric chloride.BookIn: Managing the Modern Herbarium: An inter- disciplinary approach, pp. 59- 80. Canada: Elton- Wolf Publishing. 963547623Metsger D AEnglish
Strang T J K1999A healthy dose of the past: A future direction in herbarium pest control?PaperIn: Managing the Modern Herbarium: An inter- disciplinary approach, pp. 59- 80. Canada: Elton- Wolf Publishing. Metsger D A and Byers S CEnglish
Strang T J K1999Sensitivity of seeds in herbarium collections to storage conditions and implications for thermal insect pest control methods.PaperIn: Managing the Modern Herbarium: An inter- disciplinary approach, pp. 81- 102. Canada: Elton- Wolf Publishing. English
Banks H J2000Fumigation- An endangered technology?PaperProceedings of the 6th International Working Conference on Stored-Product Protection 1, 2000, pp. 2- 6.English
H.M.S.O2000Pesticides 2000.BookLondon: Reference book MAFF/HSE.English
Linnie M JKeatinge M J2000Pest control in museums: Toxicity of para-dichlorobenzene, Vapona and naphthalene against all stages in the life cycle of museum pests Dermestes maculatus and Anthrenus verbasci.PaperInternational biodeterioration and biodegradation 45 (2000) pp. 1- 13.English
Tewari GJayas D S, Jeremiah L E and Holley R A2000Absorption kinetics of oxygen scavengers.PaperInternational Journal of Food Science and Technology 37 (2002), pp. 209- 217.English
Xavier-Rowe AImison D, Knight B and Pinniger D B2000Using heat to kill museum insect pests- Is it practical and safe?PaperIn: Tradition and Innovation: Advances in Conservation. Contributions to the Melbourne Congress 10- 14 October 2000. London: IIC, pp. 206- 211. 950052590Ashok Roy and Perry Smith English
Akerlund MBergh J-E2001Nitrogen treatment: An insect case study. PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 89- 94.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Berry J2001Battle 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
Binker G2001Application 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
Brokerhof A W2001The solar tent: An effective method to disinfest museum objects using solar generated heat.PaperInstitute Collective Nederland Information 7, pp. 1- 4.English
Kigawa RMiyazawa Y, Yamano K, Miura S, Nochide H, Kimura H and Tomita B2001Practical methods of low oxygen atmosphere and carbon dioxide treatments for eradication of pests in Japan.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 81- 88.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Strang T J K2001Principles of heat disinfestation.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 114- 129.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Warren S2001Carbon dioxide fumigation: Practical case study of a long-running successful pest management programme.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2001: A Pest Odyssey. London, 1-3 October, 2001. London: James and James, pp. 95- 101.1902916271Kingsley H, Pinniger D, Xavier- Rowe A and Winsor PEnglish
Ackery P R Doyle A and Pinniger D B2002Safe high temperature pest eradication - Is the answer in the bag? PaperBiology Curator 22, 2002, pp. 13- 14.English
Bergh J-EHansen L S, Jensen K M V and Nielsen P V2002The effect of anoxic treatment on the larvae of six species of dermestids (Coleoptera).PaperJournal of Applied Entomology 127, 2003, pp. 317- 321.English
Binker GBinker J, Froba G and Unger W2002Sulfuryl fluoride and its use as an artifact- fumigant to control the lyctus beetle.PaperIn: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Urban Press, Virginia: Pocahontas Press, Inc 2002. (Abstract only).Jones S C et al English
Brokerhof A W2002Solarization- 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
Child R E2002Anoxic Environments in Archive Conservation.PaperJournal of the Society of Archivists 23 (2002), pp. 171- 178.English
Valentin NBergh J E, Ortega R, Akerlund M, Hallstrom A and Jonsson K2002Evaluation of portable equipment for large- scale de-infestation in museum collections using low- oxygen environment.PaperICOM Committee for Conservation 2002, pp. 96- 101. wHERE?English
Carrlee E2003Does low-temperature pest management cause damage? PaperLiterature Review and Observational Study for Conservation 42, pp. 142- 166.English
Conyers S TBell C H2003The effect of modified atmospheres on the survival of the eggs of four storage mite species.PaperExperimental and Applied Archaeology 31 (2003), pp. 115- 130. (Abstract only)English
Jelen EWeber A, Unger A and Eisbein M2003Detox cure for art treasures.PaperPesticide Outlook (2003), pp. 7- 9.English
Kigawa RNochide H, Kimura H, Miyazawa Y, Miura S and Strang T2003Carbon dioxide absorption by various kinds of materials in the eradication of museum pest insects.PaperScience for Conservation 42 (2003), pp. 79- 86.English
Maekawa SElert K2003The use of oxygen- free environments on the control of museum insect pests.BookTools for Conservation. The Getty Conservation Institute, USA, pp. 157.892366931English
Pinniger D B2003Saving our treasures - controlling museum pests with temperature extremes.PaperPesticide Outlook February 2003 10-11English
Ackery P RTesta J M, Ready P D, Doyle A M and Pinniger D B2004Effects of high temperature pest eradication on DNA in entomological collections.PaperStudies in Conservation 49, 2003, pp. 35- 40.0039- 3630English
Ackery P RPinniger D B, Doyle A and Roux K2005Heat treatment of entomological drawers using the Thermo Lignum heat process.PaperCollection Forum 19, 2005, pp. 15- 22.English
Gunasekaran NRajendran S2005Toxicity of carbon dioxide to drugstore beetle Stegobium paniceum and cigarette beetle Lasioderma serricorne.PaperJournal of Stored Products Research 41, pp. 283- 294. (Abstract only)English
Lockett K McKenzie B2005Anoxic framing investigation at Tate to date.PaperIn: Art on Paper: Mounting and Housing, Archetype Publications, pp. 67- 74.Rayner J et alEnglish
Tello HJelen E and Unger A2005Decontamination of Ethnological Collections using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide.PaperIn: ICOM Committee for Conservation Vol 1. The Hague, pp. 110- 119.Verger IEnglish
Havermans JAziz H A, Zieba K, Liojewski T and de Bruin G2007New Insights on Disinfection of Archival and Library Materials using Gamma Radiation.PaperIn: AIC Annual Meeting; AIC, Richmond, VAEnglish
Schieweck ADelius W, Siwinski N, Vogtenrath W, Genning C and Salthammer T2007Occurrence of organic and inorganic biocides in the museum environment.PaperAtmospheric Environment, 44.English
Child R EPinniger D B2008Using anoxia to kill pests: Methodologies and methods.PaperProceedings ICOM CC, Vo 1 pp. 563- 567. English
Bancroft ABlyth V and Watson E F2011Minus 20 degrees in the sun.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. 95- 101.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Borig J2011Mobigas 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
Davy Ball M Bisulca C and Odegaard N2011Assessment of the Thermo-Lignum oven pest eradication treatment on natural and synthetic polymers and resins.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 107- 114.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish
Macgregor CMackay H and Roach A2011To bag or not to bag? Treatment of a large Solomon Islands war canoe and the growing threat of drywood termites to collections in Australia.PaperIn: Integrated Pest Management for Collections. Proceedings of 2011: A Pest Odyssey, 10 Years Later. London, 26- 28th October, 2011. Swindon: English Heritage, pp. 139- 145.9781848021143Winsor P, Pinniger D, Bacon L, Child B, Harris K, Lauder D, Phippard J and Xavier-Rowe AEnglish