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Glossary of Conservation 1

by Mireia Xarrie

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Balaam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Conservation, restoration & care of artworks,
  • Reference works,
  • General,
  • Art

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13330056M
    ISBN 108489321019
    ISBN 109788489321014

    PAINTING CONSERVATION GLOSSARY OF TERMS. abrasion: A paint loss caused by excess friction during improper varnish removal or a varnish loss caused by friction.. acrylic: A family of synthetic resins made by polymerizing esters of acrylic acids.. alkyd: A synthetic resin which is the condensation product of a polybasic acid such as phthalic, a polyhydric alcohol such as glycerin and an oil. The conservation status of a species is an indicator of the likelihood of that species remaining extant either in the present day or the near future. Many factors are taken into account when assessing the conservation status of a species: not simply the number remaining, but the overall increase or decrease in the population over time, breeding.

    Conservation 1 counters existing damage, as distinguished from preservation 2, which attempts to prevent vation does not always eliminate evidence of damage; restoration includes techniques to return materials to their original appearances (which may include fabrication of . Popular Wildlife Conservation Books Showing of 84 Elephant Dawn: The Inspirational Story of Thirteen Years Living with Elephants in the African Wilderness (Kindle Edition) by. Sharon Pincott (Goodreads Author) (shelved 5 times as wildlife-conservation).

    BOOK PLATE An ownership label, usually placed inside front cover. Many have become collectible due to the designer or owner; others actually lower the value of books printed in the last 50 or so years, especially book plates that can be purchased in batches of 50 or and a space left for the owner’s name to be penciled or inked-in. To search for a term in the glossary using Internet Explorer or Netscape, hit CONTROL+F to open the Find feature. Any word in a definition that is written in bold typeface is defined elsewhere in the glossary.. Acid-Free refers to paper-based materials that do not contain free acid and have a pH value of or higher at the point of manufacture.. These materials may, however, become acidic.


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Glossary of Conservation 1 by Mireia Xarrie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Glossary of Conservation 1 is a glossary/dictionary providing not only definitions of conservation and restoration terms Glossary of Conservation 1 (v. 1): Mireia. : Glossary of Basic Archival and Library Conservation Terms (Campus Forschung) (English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish Edition) (): Crespo Nogueira, Carmen: BooksFormat: Hardcover.

Glossary of Conservation Terminology. Glossary of Instrumental Methods Instrumentation in the scientific Glossary of Conservation 1 book fepartment falls into the three broad classes: chromatography, spectroscopy, and microscopy.

Chromatography involves the separation of a mixture of. conservation: outside their recorded distribution, but within an appropriate habitat and eco-geographical area. This is a feasible conservation tool only when there is no remaining area left within the species‘ historic range.

5 Benthic. Connected with, or living near, the sea Size: KB. Visual Glossary of conservation terms Understanding the types of damage that may be occurring in a collection is the first step in addressing what risks your collection has been or is exposed to.

This photographic glossary will help you identify damage and deterioration within your collection. Conservation Educator: A professional with substantial knowledge and experience in the theory and techniques of conservation whose primary occupation is to teach the principles, methodology, and/or technical aspects of the profession in accordance with an ethical code such as the AIC Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice.

Book and Paper Group Wiki > Book Conservation Wiki. Welcome to the Book Conservation Wiki, compiled by members of the AIC Book and Paper Specialty Group. Its primary purpose is to become a practical guide to techniques, treatments, materials and technologies which are currently being used by book conservators.

Conservation Biology for All Edited by Navjot S. Sodhi and Paul R. Ehrlich. This book contains a series of authoritative chapters written by top names in conservation biology with the aim of disseminating cutting-edge conservation knowledge as widely as possible.

Visual Glossary of conservation terms from the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material History of This Page Inthe BPG Wiki Coordinators created this page to gather together the various glossaries found in the Paper Conservation Wiki.

Conservation embraces preventive conservation, remedial conservation and restoration. All measures and actions should respect the significance and the physical properties of the cultural heritage item.

- Preventive conservation - all measures and actions aimed at avoiding and minimizing future deterioration or loss. They are carried out within the context or on the surroundings of an item, but. Conservation standards are employed and NEDCC uses materials that are stable and durable in all work.

The book conservation staff has extensive experience in both book and paper conservation techniques. Basic stabilization is the minimal level of treatment required to slow deterioration of a book.

searchable collection of books and other documents in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on computers or other electronic devices.

Challenge yourself to learn how to use the Conservation Library Tools. Library Tutorials. WorldCat tutorial. Refworks Tutorial.

Web of Science Tutorial. Recent Additions. Filter by Type. Glossary of Terms. Aesthetic(s) Contributing by its presence, in authentic form through conservation and preservation and allowing society to form an opinion about that society’s historic development and influences. Asset management A process, by which an asset is to be looked after, maintained, changed or developed.

Pattern book. Welcome to the Multilingual Bookbinding and Conservation Dictionary, a project created by Suzy Morgan, a conservator at ASU Library, and Peter Verheyen, creator of the Book Arts Web and the BOOK_ARTS-L listserv.

It is an international dictionary of bookbinding and conservation terms, free of use to anyone. The goal of this project is to combine, in one place, all the known bookbinding and book. A Dictionary of Environment and Conservation (1 ed.) Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.

Please subscribe or login to access full text content. EwaGlos European Illustrated Glossary Of Conservation Terms For Wall Paintings And Architectural Surfaces English definitions with translations into Bulgarian, Croatian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish and Turkish edited by Angela Weyer, Pilar Roig Picazo, Daniel Pop, JoAnn Cassar, Aysun Özköse, Jean-Marc Vallet.

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An accumulation of extraneous matter on the surface of the painting that alters the original design, i.e. dirt, dust, grime, etc. Visible stress as a result of adverse environment conditions, mechanical or other causes that have developed over an extended period of time.

The cracks are through all the layers of a painting beginning with the. Glossary of Basic Archival and Library Conservation Terms: English with Equivalents in Spanish, German, Italian, French, and Russian Volume 4 of ICA handbooks series, International Council on Archives Ica Handbook, Vol.

4 Volume 4 of International Council on. The conservation and restoration of books, manuscripts, documents and ephemera is an activity dedicated to the preservation and protection of items of historical and personal value made primarily from paper, parchment, and applied to cultural heritage conservation activities are generally undertaken by a primary goal of conservation is to preserve the lifespan of.

The back edge of a book (codex) along which the leaves or sections are fastened together. Blocking (1) The stamping of titles and designs onto a binding surface by a blocking press. (2) unwanted adhesion between leaves of a book for example.

Blotting Paper. An absorbent unsized paper used to help to dry wet paper through capillary action.adequacy A single reserve that is large enough to fulfill its conservation functions, or in a reserve system, a sufficient number or area of reserved sites to achieve conservation objectives.

agroecosystem Land used for crops, pasture, and livestock; the adjacent uncultivated land that supports other vegetation and wildlife; and the associated atmosphere, the underlying soils, groundwater, and drainage networks.Glossary of basic archival and library conservation terms, ICA Handbooks series, volume 4, Saur, Munich, Glossary of selected preservation terms, ALCTS Newsletter, vol 1 no 2, pp However, other preservation glossaries have also been consulted and adapted.