Preservation involves a complex of activities including climate, air-quality, and surface control, as well as microbiological control, which is a key part of preserving and protecting library collections. The Preservation and Protection of Library Collections examines microbiological control for preservation of library and archival collections. A supporting tool for conservators, this title should be integrated into conservation and preservation policy. The book comprises nine sections that cover three aspects: microbiology, surveying, and the response required. Chapters in this title cover the nature of the library collections, physical and chemicals factors and their impact on microbiological issues, as well as biological factors and methods of microbiological control of the air and objects. Later chapters examine methods of object disinfection, disaster response, methods of microbiological control and evaluation of collections, and includes a vocabulary guide, appendices, literature information and references.
- Gives an overview of basic biological and environmental facts and their implications for library collections
- Informed by practical experience in the library situation
- Provides guidelines, requirements, procedures, workflow charts, regulations, and case studies
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|Size: ||23.4 MB|
|Publisher: ||Chandos Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781780634401 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|