“WHAT’S EATING YOUR COLLECTION” IPM RESOURCES COME TO CHANTRY

Pinniger for Chantry blogpost
David Pinniger, Jane Eagan, and Alex Walker (Preventive Conservator, Bodleian Libraries) in the OCC Studio.

Conservators of all disciplines will be happy to learn that David Pinniger has recently donated his extensive article/offprint collection to the Chantry Library. Most readers will be familiar with  Pinniger and Thompson-Webb’s interactive website ‘What’s Eating Your Collection’ and its extensive database of references on pest management, monitoring and trapping, treatment, strategy, and collections/environment. This reference collection is comprehensive and brings together many obscure publications, some anonymous, and others dating back to the beginnings of IPM. The donation includes a small collection of monographs not held by Chantry which have already been catalogued and are listed below. We hope to obtain funding to catalogue the article collection and in the near future we hope it will be possible to consult this fantastic collection of reference material.

List of Pinniger monographs now in the Chantry Library:

Åkerland, M. et al, eds.,  The 3rd Nordic Symposium on Insect Pest Control in Museums, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, 1998.

Aranyanak, C. and C. Singhasiri, eds., Biodeterioration fo Cultural Property 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Biodeterioration of Cultural Property, Bangkok, 1995.

Brokerhof, Agnes W., Control of Fungi and Insects in Objects and Collections of Cultural Value, 1989.

Caneva, Giulia et al, Biology in the Conservation of Works of Art, ICCROM, 1991.

Gallo, Fausta, Il Biodeterioramento di Libri e Documenti, ICCROM, 1992.

Kigawa, R., ed.,  Integrated pest Management in Asia for Meeting the Montreal Protocol, Tokyo National Research Institute of Cultural Properties, 1999.

Neher, A. and D. Rogers, eds., Pest Attack & Pest Control in Organic Materials, Postprints of UKIC Furniture Section, UKIC, 1996.

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