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Indoor Air Pollution Working Group meeting

From: Morten Ryhl-Svendsen <morten.ryhl>
Date: Thursday, June 14, 2001
Indoor Air Pollution Meeting, Copenhagen: Programme

The 4th meeting of the Indoor Air Pollution (IAP) working group will
be held on November 8-9, 2001, at The National Museum of Denmark,

Professionals working with museum climate, such as conservators,
curators, architects, and conservation/university scientists, are
invited to participate. The two days programme will include
presentations of invited speakers, other presentations, and

The (preliminary) programme includes:

    "Measurement of case exchange rates and the use of such
        Hubertus Ankersmit
        Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage
        Max Lebidinsky
        Simon F. Watts, Oxford Brookes University UK

    "Emission of organic acids from wooden construction materials in
    a small test chamber; preliminary results of Solid Phase Micro
    Extraction measurements"
        Maarten van Bommel
        Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage

    "Surface reactions of deposited NO2 in the museum environment"
        Peter Brimblecombe, Michele Raychaudhuri, Derek Bowden
        University of East Anglia, UK

    "The ventilation of enclosures to reduce internally generated
    pollutants and simple techniques to measure air exchange rates
    within enclosures: report on progress to date "
        Andrew Calver
        Museum of London, UK

    "Microclimate: a difficult variable in museums"
        Dario Camuffo
        National Research Council, Italy

    "Particle Profiles and Filtration Efficiency in Museums"
        William Esposito
        Ambient Group, USA /International Society of Indoor Air
        Quality and Climate (ISIAQ)

    "Airborne Dust in the Museum Environment"
        Jes Fenger, Kare Kemp
        National Environmental Research Institute DK
        Pernille Bronee, Anne Lisbeth Schmidt
        National Museum of Denmark

    "Air Quality Monitoring and its benefit to the preservation"
        Cecily M. Grzywacz, The Getty Conservation Institute, USA

    "The conservation of ceramics contaminated with acid induced
    salts: necessity of a multi-disciplinary approach"
    Lieve Halsberghe
    La Cambre, Belgium

    "Sealing and airtightness of museum storage"
    Velson Horie
    The Manchester Museum, UK

    "Clearing the air: communicating air quality issues to museum
    staff and responding to external accusations at the National
    Gallery of Australia"
    Janet Hughes
    National Gallery of Australia

    "Emission profiles from common wood based construction boards
    found on the Swedish market"
    Anders Karlsson
    National Heritage Board, Sweden

    "Measuring particulates in historic buildings: a comparison of
    Barry Knight
    English Heritage, UK

    "Development of a damage assessment dosimeter using
    piezoelectric quartz crystals coated with egg based films"
    Marianne Odlyha, Gary M. Foster, J.M Slater
    School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, UK

    "Recent improvements in SPME-GC/MS detection of acetic and
    formic acid in air"
    Morten Ryhl-Svendsen, Jens Glastrup
    National Museum of Denmark

    "Copper and Lead Corrosion in Carbonyl Environments"
        Jean Tetreault
        Canadian Conservation Institute
        Emilio Cano
        Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalurgicas (CENIM) Spain
        Maarten Van Bommel
        Netherlands Institute for Cultural Heritage
        David Scott
        Getty Conservation Institute
        Luc Robbiola
        Ecole national superieure de chimie de Paris France
        Jean-Pierre Dallas
        Centre d'etudes de chimie metallurgique CNRS France
        Marie-Genevieve Barthes
        Centre d'etudes de chimie metallurgique CNRS France

    "Acid sampling collection rates"
        Claire Watt
        Lorraine Gibson, University of Strathclyde, UK

Further information regarding the meeting can be found at the IAP
homepage, including links for accommodation in Copenhagen, as well as
abstracts and reports from the previous three meetings:

In order to register for the meeting please contact Morten
Ryhl-Svendsen (address below) before August 31st.

Morten Ryhl-Svendsen
National Museum of Denmark
Conservation Dept., The Laboratory
P.O. Box 260, Brede
DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby
+45 33 47 35 35
Fax: +45 33 47 33 27

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