New Journal Articles – February 2013

Latest issue of Studies in Conservation has just arrived:

Studies in Conservation (IIC), Vol.58, No.1, January 2013
Review paper
Safe display parameters for veneer and marquetry objects: a review of the available information for wooden collections by Naomi Luxford, Matija Strlič, David Thicket pp.1-12

Original research or treatment papers
Long-term changes in climate and insect damage in historic houses by Peter Brimblecombe, Paul Lankester pp.13-22
Multifunctional nanocomposites for paper conservation by Heyun Wang, Gang Lu, Jinping Zhang, Dongqing Zheng pp.23-29
Investigation of acetic acid bacteria isolated from the Kitora tumulus in Japan and their involvement in the deterioration of the plaster of the mural paintings by Rika Kigawa et al. pp.30-40
Stress corrosion cracking in ancient silver by Russell Wanhill pp.41-49
Characterization, weathering, and protection of sandstones: the case of ‘Agro d’Ardesia’ by Silvia Vicini, Laura Gaggero, Elisabetta Princi pp.50-61

Contents pages and abstracts available at: http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/maney/sic

A quick reminder that we can supply photocopies of  journal articles, chapters from books, and conference papers, that are held in the Chantry Library collection. (Icon members are entitled to claim 10 free articles each year, so please quote your membership number with your requests). Articles can be provided either as scanned pages, or in hard copy.

To request items, just contact  Ros Buck, Librarian at chantrylibrary@icon.org.uk, or  tel: 01865 251303

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