Published 1983 by National Museums of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in EnglishRead online
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Daniel J. Faber, editor.|
|Series||Syllogeus,, no. 44|
|Contributions||Faber, Daniel J.|
|LC Classifications||QH70.A1 W67 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||85128943|
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Workshop on Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections (1st: Ottawa, Ont.). Proceedings of Workshop on Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections.
Ottawa: National Museums of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book.
Date: May Location: National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa ON Canada Organizer: Daniel J. Faber, Gerald R. Fitzgerald Publication: Faber, Daniel J., Editor skip to. This book covers the physical care of botanical and zoological collections for scientific teaching and display purposes with emphasis on preservation for scientific value.
A manual for curators and collections managers containing practical guidance, recommendations and advice across the whole field of natural history curation (excluding Cited by: Faber, D.J. (ed.) Proceedings of workshop on care and maintenance of natural history collections. Ottawa: National Museum of Natural Sciences,p.
Regional collections and the concept of regional centres. in D.J. Faber (Ed.), Proceedings of workshop on care and maintenance of natural history collections. Syllogeus pp. Danks, H.V. Early Steps in Natural History Collecting A Thematic Virtual Issue.
Skip to articles. In this first ‘virtual thematic issue’, designed to present previously-published (but scattered) material from the archive of the Journal of the History of Collections that will be of interest to particular special interest groups, we have gathered together papers that have appeared over the past three.
Howie, F.M.P. () Conserving natural history collections: some present problems and strategies for the future. In Proceedings of the Workshop on Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections (J.
Waddington and D.M. Rudkin, eds) pp. 1–6. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Miscellaneous by: The purpose of the Collections Care and Conservation Policy is to ensure that the Museum fulfils its responsibility in relation to the care and conservation of the collections, in line with the Museum’s Strategic Plan and in proportion to resources available.
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The purpose of this research study was to examine the standards of care for education collections at natural history museums. Proceedings of the Workshop on Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections by Workshop on Care and Maintenance of Natural History Collections (2nd: Royal Ontario Museum); Rudkin, David M., ; Waddington, Janet, ; Royal Ontario MuseumPages: Systems Research in Health Care, Biocybernetics and Ecology Eliciting a history from the patient-both the process used and the content of the data sought- could itself enhance health.
The present system for data collection may be made more effective in reaching the goal of health enhancement if there is explicit use of the principle of. Care of specimen labels in vertebrate research collections.in.
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Royal Ontario Museum, Google ScholarAuthor: F.P.D. Cotterill, C.W. Hustler, D.G. Broadley. Natural history collections are an irreplaceable and extensive record of life, and form the basis of our understanding of biodiversity on our planet.
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Toronto, Canada: Royal Ontario Museum, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Government publication, State or province government. Collections of Canadian insects arid certain related groups.
Bull. ent. Soc. Can, 10(1), Suppl. 21 pp. Danks, H.V. Regional colltections and the concept of regional centres. in D.J. Faber (Ed.), Proceedings of workshop on care and maintenance of natural history collections. Syllogeus pp. Title: Storage of Natural History Collections: A preventive conservation approach, Volume 1 Volume 1 of Storage of Natural History Collections, Carolyn L.
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This book was not written to entertain, it is here to educate. A book for academics yes, but also the academics who compiled this book give, for those of us who every once in a while, with or with out our children enjoy a day at the museum, an in-depth look behind the dioramas, displays, and collections, and a understanding into how our Natural History Museums are evolving.5/5(2).
The most fundamental role of natural history collections is safeguarding type specimens. These are preserved specimens of the individuals that were used to describe and name a species. Archives of Natural History is the journal of the Society for the History of Natural History, providing an avenue for the publication of research on the history and bibliography of natural history in its broadest hed sincearticles cover topics such as botany, general biology, geology, palaeontology and zoology, the lives and work of naturalists and the institutions and.
Waller R, McAllister DE () A spot test to distinguish formalin from alcohol solutions. In: Waddington J, Rudkin DM (eds) Proceedings of the workshop on care and maintenance of natural history collections. American Museum of Natural History, Life Sciences Miscellaneous Publications, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: Lourdes Fernández-Peralta, Eva García-Isarch, Ramón García-Cancela, Isabel Muñoz, Francisca Salmerón.
Function The Publications Committee is responsible for the wide range of publications, including Collection Forum (the journal of SPNHC), the SPNHC Connection Newsletter, SPNHC Leaflets, and general information books, which benefit and assist the natural history collections community.
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