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Subject: Conference on anoxia--addendum

Conference on anoxia--addendum

From: David Jacobs <david.jacobs>
Date: Friday, September 26, 2003
British Library Conference Centre and the Natural History Museum
November 3-4, 2003

It is still possible to attended the conference, submit papers and
posters; please contact David Jacobs at <david.jacobs [at] bl__uk>. We
intend to publish papers from the conference and abstracts of the

Selection of Speakers and Papers to be presented at the NOOX3

Speaker and Presentation

    Bob Child
    National Museums and Galleries of Wales
    The Kindertransport Sculpture: An anoxic display case sited
    outside Liverpool Street Station.

    Chris Collins and Jenny Pick
    The Natural History Museum
    Recent Research and future developments on the long term
    stability of barrier films

    Adrian Doyle, Natural History Museum and
    David Macphail, Imperial College
    Heat Sealing of Barrier Films

    Simon Moore
    Hampshire County Museum Service
    Anoxia on a shoe string

    Caroline Butler
    National Museums and Galleries of Wales
    Ammonites, swords and books: The use of anoxic environments and
    barrier films at the National Museums and Galleries of Wales'

    Monica Akerlund and Jan-Erik Bergh
    Use of Anoxia for Pest Control

    David Pinneger
    Know your pests: Anoxia kills some species much quicker than

    Shigeru Woody Murabayashi (Mr.)
    Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company
    Oxygen Free packaging using the RP System

    Mauro Missori
    Istituto Centrale di Patologia del Libro

    Jiri Vnoucek, National Library Czech Republic
    David Klenha, Municipal Library Prague
    Jana Dvrorakova
    Vacuum-packaging as a drying equipment experience from floods in
    Prague, 2002.

Conference Workshops: Nov. 4, 2003, NHM

    Workshop Leader/Workshop Title

    Chris Collins
    Using Barrier Films for Long-term storage of objects

    Jiri Vnoucek, National Library Czech Republic
    David Klenha, Municipal Library Prague
    Jana Dvrorakova
    Vacuum Packaging as a Salvage Technique

    The thermolignum treatment for pest control

Selection of Conference Posters includes

    David Jacobs
    Storing papyrus in an oxygen free environment

    Charlotte Ahlgren
    Oxygen-free microclimate could retard the ink-corrosion process

    Michelle Gunn
    The Anoxia System at the The Musie du quai Branly

    Katarina Lampel
    National Heritage Board/Riksantivariedmbetet
    Use of Anoxic enclosures for preservation of iron artefacts

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