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Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments

An Overview (Research in Conservation)

by Rakesh Kumar

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Published by Getty Trust Publications: Getty Conservation Institute .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation, restoration & care of artworks,
  • Materials science,
  • Technology,
  • Material Science,
  • Biodeterioration,
  • Materials For Engineering,
  • Tropics,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Stone,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • General,
  • Art / Sculpture,
  • Building stones,
  • Conservation and restoration,
  • Deterioration,
  • Monuments

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8231048M
    ISBN 100892365501
    ISBN 109780892365500

    Nuhoglu Y, Oguz E, Uslu H, Ozbek A, Ipekoglu B, Ocak I, Hasenekoglu I. The accelerating effects of the microorganisms on biodeterioration of stone monuments under air pollution and continental-cold climatic conditions in Erzurum, Turkey. Sci Total Environ. ; – Different biological agents can colonize stone artifacts and monuments in archaeological sites causing their biodeterioration 1,2,3, biological agents generally include bacteria (chemolithoautotrophic and chemoorganotrophic), cyanobacteria, algae, fungi, lichens, mosses, and even vascular plants in the final stages of colonization 5,6, BPs of the various organisms depend mostly on.

    A serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of cultural heritage sites in tropical environments is the biodeterioration of stone. This volume discusses the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and humid climates, preventative and remedial methods. stone, marble and gypsum (B u r f o r d et al., ). Š i m onoviåova et al. () the reported presence of 36 different microfungi on stone in hypo-gean cemetery in Bratislava. In the Earth's lithosphere, fungi are of fundamen-tal importance as decomposer organisms, being ubiquitous in subaerial and subsoil environments.

    Articles & Book Reviews. Campagna, B. Preservationists Helping to Revise LEED Green Building Rating System. Forum News, February Campagna, B. & Frey, P. The Impact of Evolving LEED Standards on Historic Preservation Projects. Journal of Green Building, Fall, Campagna, B. LEED & Historic Preservation. The biodeterioration process involves every type of Cultural Heritage item, including monuments, stoneworks, frescoes, and easel paintings. The accurate study of the microbial and fungal communities dwelling on artworks, and involved in their deterioration, is essential for the adoption of optimal prevention and conservation strategies. Conventional restorative methods, that usually involve.


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Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A serious challenge for professionals i Pages:   : Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments: An Overview (Research in Conservation) (): Kumar, Rakesh, Kumar, Anuradha V: BooksCited by:   A serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of cultural heritage sites in tropical environments is the biodeterioration of stone.

This volume discusses the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and humid climates, preventative and remedial methods, selection Pages: A serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of cultural heritage sites in tropical environments is the biodeterioration of stone.

This volume discusses the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and humid climates, preventive and remedial methods, selection of chemical treatments, status of current research. Description Rakesh Kumar and Anuradha V. Kumar A serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of cultural heritage sites in tropical environments is the biodeterioration of stone.

This volume discusses the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and Brand: Getty Publications. Biodeterioration of stone in tropical environments. [Los Angeles]: Getty Conservation Institute, (OCoLC) Online version: Kumar, Rakesh, Biodeterioration of stone in tropical environments.

[Los Angeles]: Getty Conservation Institute, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rakesh Kumar. BIODETERIORATION OF STONE IN TROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS AN OVERVIEW, KUMAR, R., A serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of cultural heritage sites in tropical environments is the biodeterioration of stone.

This volume discusses the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and humid climates, preventive and remedial methods, selection of chemical. Journals & Books; Help the biodeterioration of stone is coupled with nearly all environmentally induced degradation processes: the presence of the one makes deterioration by the other all the more effective.

), and that under certain climatic conditions (e.g., tropical environments) they provided a protective film on the stone. Biodeterioration Of Natural And Artifical Stone.

ABSTRACT. Stone is one of the most intenstly studied materials in conservation. Understanding the deterioration of stone requires knowledge of various mineralogical and physical characteristics and of stone wealthering response in different climates and environment. Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments Ancient & Historic Metals () Statistical Analysis in Art Conservation Research Science for Conservators, Vol.

3 () Science for Conservators, Vol. 2 () Needlework Framing () Illustrated glossary on stone deterioration patter The Distillation of Resins (). Describe Biodeterioration 1. Describe BIODETERIORATION 2. AN undesired change to the property in material/s caused by SOME organisms The impact on the materials listed and a method of prevention follow metals What is it.

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Concentrates on the action of biodeteriogens from bacteria to algae to higher plants. Preventive and remedial methods are surveyed, as are a selection of chemical treatments.

Avenues of. Aerobiology is the science that studies the biological component of the atmosphere and its effects on living systems and on the environment.

This term was used for the first time inbut the. ABSTRACT. Stone is one of the most intenstly studied materials in conservation. Understanding the deterioration of stone requires knowledge of various mineralogical and physical characteristics and of stone wealthering response in different climates and environment.

The alteration and weathering of stone is affected by natural and artifical elements, physical, chemical or biological damaging.

Elsevier, New York. Biodeterioration of stone - a review Riederer.J. The restoration of archaeological monuments in the tropical caate.1n Proceedingsofthe 7th Triennial Meeting Conservation. Paris 84/ 10// I. Riederer. Protection from weathering of building stone in tropical countries.

Biodeterioration is a serious challenge for professionals involved in the conservation of stone monuments, buildings, and other objects of value in tropical environments.

This volume reviews the types and causes of stone biodeterioration in hot and humid climates, preventive and remedial methods, selection of chemical treatments, status of.

[41] Kumar, R.; Kumar, A.V. Biodeterioration of stone in tropical environments: An overview: Research in Conservation Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments. Biodeterioration of historical and culturally important stone substrata is a complex problem to be addressed.

Easy, risk-free solutions are simply not available to be. House Paints, - History and Use by Harriet A. Standeven,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Stone cultural heritage materials are at risk of biodeterioration caused by diverse populations of microorganisms living in biofilms.

The microbial metabolites of these biofilms are responsible for the deterioration of the underlying substratum and may lead to physical weakening and discoloration of stone. The biodeterioration of organic and inorganic materials, as well as polymers, is a complex of alteration processes induced by the growing and metabolic activity of organisms.

It can be recognized on monuments, wall paintings, stone, wood, paper, vegetal/animal fibers, and parchment artworks.Online shopping for Deterioration - Materials from a great selection at Books Store.Biodeterioration of Stone in Tropical Environments - An Overview With this book, readers will discover traditional methods as well as major advances in preservation technology.

Preface xi 1 Control of Biodeterioration in Food 1 Overview 1 A summary of the different kinds of biodeterioration 2 Chemical biodeterioration 2 1.