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Materials Working Group: Building Community & Collating ResourcesKaczkowski, RebeccaKing, MelissaImamura, Lisa2020AIC Newsv. 45No. 21261–261060-3247
Kaczkowski, Rebecca, King, Melissa, and Imamura, Lisa. 2020. "Materials Working Group: Building Community & Collating Resources." AIC News 45 (2):1–26.
ID: 154775
Type: article
Authors: Kaczkowski, Rebecca; King, Melissa; Imamura, Lisa
Keywords: MCI; NMAI
Interface for Reproducible, Multishot Direct Analysis of Solid-Phase Microextraction SamplesNewsome, G. AsherKavich, GwénaëlleAlvarez-Martin, Alba2020DOI: info:10.1021/acs.analchem.9b05691Analytical ChemistryArticle 9b05691Washington, DCAmerican Chemical SocietyArticle 9b056910003-2700
Newsome, G. Asher, Kavich, Gwénaëlle, and Alvarez-Martin, Alba. 2020. "Interface for Reproducible, Multishot Direct Analysis of Solid-Phase Microextraction Samples." Analytical Chemistry Article 9b05691. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.9b05691
ID: 154383
Type: article
Authors: Newsome, G. Asher; Kavich, Gwénaëlle; Alvarez-Martin, Alba
Keywords: MCI
Influence of different types of solvent on the effectiveness of nanolime treatments on highly porous mortar substratesOtero, J.Starinieri, V.Charola, A. E.Taglieri, G.2020DOI: info:10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.117112Construction and Building Materialsv. 230UNSP 117112UNSP 117112OXFORD; THE BOULEVARD, LANGFORD LANE, KIDLINGTON, OXFORD OX5 1GB, OXON, ENGLANDELSEVIER SCI LTDUNSP 117112–UNSP 1171120950-0618
Otero, J., Starinieri, V., Charola, A. E., and Taglieri, G. 2020. "Influence of different types of solvent on the effectiveness of nanolime treatments on highly porous mortar substrates." Construction and Building Materials 230:UNSP 117112–UNSP 117112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.117112
ID: 153741
Type: article
Authors: Otero, J.; Starinieri, V.; Charola, A. E.; Taglieri, G.
Keywords: MCI
Abstract: Historic calcareous structures suffer from weathering processes that result in the loss of some of their original properties. Nanolime products represent an attractive choice for the consolidation of these substrates containing calcite due to their high chemical compatibility with the original structure. The effectiveness of nanolime products has been widely proven for superficial consolidation treatments (e.g. plasters and wall-paintings). However, its consolidation mechanism in highly porous substrates (e.g. limestones or lime mortars) still needs to be fully understood. The aim of this paper is to study the influence of different types of solvent on the effectiveness of nanolime treatments on highly porous lime-mortars. The consolidation effectiveness is investigated by evaluating changes on superficial cohesion, porosity, drilling resistance, water absorption by capillarity, drying rate and aesthetic properties. Results showed that nanolime dispersed in a mixture of isopropanol (50%) and water (50%) yielded slightly better consolidation properties in terms of reduction in porosity, increase in strength and penetration within coarse lime-mortars than nanolime dispersed in other solvents. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Recording and Archiving Conservation Education Approaches in Iraq, 2008–2017Pearlstein, TaylorJohnson, Jessica S.2020DOI: info:10.1080/01971360.2019.1681862Journal of the American Institute for Conservationv. 59No. 15364American Institute for Conservation53–640197-1360
Pearlstein, Taylor and Johnson, Jessica S. 2020. "Recording and Archiving Conservation Education Approaches in Iraq, 2008–2017." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 59 (1):53–64. https://doi.org/10.1080/01971360.2019.1681862
ID: 153603
Type: article
Authors: Pearlstein, Taylor; Johnson, Jessica S.
Keywords: MCI
Characterization of Zinc Carboxylates in an Oil Paint Test PanelRomano, ChristineLam, ThomasNewsome, G. AsherTaillon, Joshua A.Little, NicoleTsang, Jia-sun2020DOI: info:10.1080/00393630.2019.1666467Studies in Conservationv. 65No. 11427Taylor & Francis14–270039-3630
Romano, Christine, Lam, Thomas, Newsome, G. Asher, Taillon, Joshua A., Little, Nicole, and Tsang, Jia-sun. 2020. "Characterization of Zinc Carboxylates in an Oil Paint Test Panel." Studies in Conservation 65 (1):14–27. https://doi.org/10.1080/00393630.2019.1666467
ID: 152406
Type: article
Authors: Romano, Christine; Lam, Thomas; Newsome, G. Asher; Taillon, Joshua A.; Little, Nicole; Tsang, Jia-sun
Keywords: MCI
Nanoscale structure and compositional analysis of manganese oxide coatings on the Smithsonian Castle, Washington, DCSharps, Meredith C.Grissom, Carol A.Vicenzi, Edward P.2020DOI: info:10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119486Chemical Geologyv. 5371194861194860009-2541
Sharps, Meredith C., Grissom, Carol A., and Vicenzi, Edward P. 2020. "Nanoscale structure and compositional analysis of manganese oxide coatings on the Smithsonian Castle, Washington, DC." Chemical Geology 537:119486. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119486
ID: 154785
Type: article
Authors: Sharps, Meredith C.; Grissom, Carol A.; Vicenzi, Edward P.
Keywords: MCI
UV-Induced Visible Luminescence for Conservation Documentation : Luminiscencia Visible Inducida por UV para la Documentacion en ConservacionWebb, E. KeatsFuster-Lopez, LauraStols-Witlox, MaartiePicollo, Marcello20203560Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València35–60978-84-9048-828-7
Webb, E. Keats. 2020. "UV-Induced Visible Luminescence for Conservation Documentation : Luminiscencia Visible Inducida por UV para la Documentacion en Conservacion." in UV-Vis Luminescence imaging techniques / Técnicas de imagen de luminiscencia UV-Vis, edited by Fuster-Lopez, Laura, Stols-Witlox, Maartie, and Picollo, Marcello., 35–60. Conservation 360º. Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València.
ID: 154801
Type: chapter
Authors: Webb, E. Keats
Keywords: MCI
When the circus came to town! an American tradition in photographsHaberstich, DavidPerich, Shannon ThomasRogala, Dawn V.2019Washington, DCSmithsonian Scholarly Press978-1-944466-33-6
Haberstich, David, Perich, Shannon Thomas, and Rogala, Dawn V. , eds. 2019. When the circus came to town! an American tradition in photographs. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Scholarly Press.
ID: 153722
Type: book
Keywords: MCI; NMAH
Abstract: "We are seeing the last of America's traveling circuses and the livelihoods, skills, and history that have been part of the fabric of American culture are slipping from memory. This book looks behind the scenes of the last American circuses, captured by independent photographer Dawn V. Rogala, who spent much of the 1990s living with and traveling the country with eleven full-time, tented circuses. The results of this self-directed project-a photographic body of work consisting of more than 10,000 negatives and prints, interviews, and other documents related to circus life--is now in the Archives Center (AC) at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History (NMAH). An exclusive portfolio of prints is in the museum's Photographic History Collection (PHC). Rogala's intimate, yet documentary style gives the reader a sense of how the circus was put together day after day, venue after venue. Rogala's essay offers a photographic journey to explore a moment of American work life, lifestyle, and entertainment that has quietly become history. Archives Center curator David E. Haberstich explores the history of documentary photography, especially through images of workers, which prefigure Rogala's studies of circus workers. PHC curator Shannon T. Perich situates Rogala's circus photographs into a historical context by drawing on PHC's collections that includes images of the well-known P.T. Barnum, the 1906 amateur photographer Emil Albrect, and the contemporary photographer Henry Horenstein"--
Rapid Evaluation of the Debromination Mechanism of Eosin in Oil Paint by Direct Analysis in Real Time and Direct Infusion-Electrospray Ionization Mass SpectrometryAlvarez-Martin, AlbaCleland, Timothy P.Kavich, Gwénaëlle M.Janssens, KoenNewsome, G. Asher2019DOI: info:10.1021/acs.analchem.9b02568Analytical Chemistryv. 91No. 16108561086310856–108630003-2700
Alvarez-Martin, Alba, Cleland, Timothy P., Kavich, Gwénaëlle M., Janssens, Koen, and Newsome, G. Asher. 2019. "Rapid Evaluation of the Debromination Mechanism of Eosin in Oil Paint by Direct Analysis in Real Time and Direct Infusion-Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry." Analytical Chemistry 91 (16):10856–10863. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.9b02568
ID: 151988
Type: article
Authors: Alvarez-Martin, Alba; Cleland, Timothy P.; Kavich, Gwénaëlle M.; Janssens, Koen; Newsome, G. Asher
Keywords: MCI
Ghost Images in Living ColorBallard, Mary W.Newsome, G. AsherBaglia, Regina A.2019Collections Quarterlyv. 3182018–20CollectQuarterly
Ballard, Mary W., Newsome, G. Asher, and Baglia, Regina A. 2019. "Ghost Images in Living Color." Collections Quarterly 3:18–20.
ID: 152124
Type: article
Authors: Ballard, Mary W.; Newsome, G. Asher; Baglia, Regina A.
Keywords: MCI
Formation of efflorescence and soaps in a group of 31-year-old tempera paints: a baseline for comparisonBarnes, StephanieTsang, Jia-sunDietemann, PatrickNeugebauer, WibkeOrtner, EvaPoggendorf, RenateReinkowski-Häfner, EvaStege, Heike2019191194LondonArchetype Publications in association with the Doerner Institut191–1949781909492592
Barnes, Stephanie and Tsang, Jia-sun. 2019. "Formation of efflorescence and soaps in a group of 31-year-old tempera paints: a baseline for comparison." in Tempera Painting 1800-1950: Experiment and Innovation from the Nazarene Movement to Abstract Art, edited by Dietemann, Patrick, Neugebauer, Wibke, Ortner, Eva, Poggendorf, Renate, Reinkowski-Häfner, Eva, and Stege, Heike., 191–194. London: Archetype Publications in association with the Doerner Institut.
ID: 150962
Type: chapter
Authors: Barnes, Stephanie; Tsang, Jia-sun
Keywords: MCI
Field Conservation of Skeletal Remains: Stabilization Treatment Techniques and Implications for Future AnalysisBeaubien, Harriet F.2019DOI: info:10.1017/aap.2018.36Advances in Archaeological Practicev. 7No. 1232923–292326-3768
Beaubien, Harriet F. 2019. "Field Conservation of Skeletal Remains: Stabilization Treatment Techniques and Implications for Future Analysis." Advances in Archaeological Practice 7 (1):23–29. https://doi.org/10.1017/aap.2018.36
ID: 150321
Type: article
Authors: Beaubien, Harriet F.
Keywords: MCI
Preserving Photographically Illustrated QuiltsBrogdon-Grantham, Shannon A.Kavich, GwenaelleLam, ThomasParker, AnnaickDoutriaux, Miriam2019Collections Quarterlyv. 3232423–24CollectQuarterly
Brogdon-Grantham, Shannon A., Kavich, Gwenaelle, Lam, Thomas, Parker, Annaick, and Doutriaux, Miriam. 2019. "Preserving Photographically Illustrated Quilts." Collections Quarterly 3:23–24.
ID: 152125
Type: article
Authors: Brogdon-Grantham, Shannon A.; Kavich, Gwenaelle; Lam, Thomas; Parker, Annaick; Doutriaux, Miriam
Keywords: MCI; Anacostia_Museum
Restoring Identity to People and Place: Reanalysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace, MarylandBruwelheide, Karin S.Owsley, Douglas W.Barca, Kathryn G.France, Christine A. M.Little, Nicole C.Comer, Elizabeth Anderson2019DOI: info:10.1007/s41636-019-00214-7Historical Archaeology1281–282328-1103
Bruwelheide, Karin S., Owsley, Douglas W., Barca, Kathryn G., France, Christine A. M., Little, Nicole C., and Comer, Elizabeth Anderson. 2019. "Restoring Identity to People and Place: Reanalysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace, Maryland." Historical Archaeology 1–28. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41636-019-00214-7
ID: 153669
Type: article
Authors: Bruwelheide, Karin S.; Owsley, Douglas W.; Barca, Kathryn G.; France, Christine A. M.; Little, Nicole C.; Comer, Elizabeth Anderson
Keywords: MCI; NH-Anthropology; NMNH
Abstract: Nearly four decades ago, a highway expansion project resulted in the excavation of 35 unmarked graves at Catoctin Furnace, an industrial ironworking village in western Maryland. Initial analysis identified the remains as Africans or African Americans associated with the late 18th- and early 19th-century operation of the ironworks. Renewed efforts to learn more about these poorly documented individuals and connect the site's untold past to present generations through heritage tourism, prompted reanalysis of the skeletons. Updated assessments of demography and pathology, along with new analyses including heavy metals and carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes, elucidate the life histories of these early laborers and their involvement in furnace operations. Some data derived from recent testing differentiate the Catoctin Furnace individuals from their plantation-based contemporaries in the mid-Atlantic, suggesting regional differences in diet and possible occupational exposure to toxins.
Proteomic and direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry analysis of a Native American ceremonial hatCleland, Timothy P.Newsome, G. AsherHollinger, R. Eric2019DOI: info:10.1039/c9an01557dThe Analystv. 144No. 2474377446Royal Society of Chemistry7437–74461364-5528
Cleland, Timothy P., Newsome, G. Asher, and Hollinger, R. Eric. 2019. "Proteomic and direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry analysis of a Native American ceremonial hat." The Analyst 144 (24):7437–7446. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9an01557d
ID: 153132
Type: article
Authors: Cleland, Timothy P.; Newsome, G. Asher; Hollinger, R. Eric
Keywords: NMNH; NH-Anthropology; MCI
Abstract: Complementary mass spectrometry analyses were performed to study a broken ceremonial hat of the Tlingit in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History. The hat base and an associated cylinder are carved from wood and show multiple signs of age and breakage, as well as remnants of animal materials used for construction, decoration, and repair. Samples of animal tissues embedded in and attached to the wood were prepared for liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), which identified proteins from five clades native to the object's area of origin. Surfaces on the hat and cylinder were analyzed using a direct analysis in real time (DART) MS system modified to accommodate the intact items. The presence of nicotine from tobacco smoke on the exterior and the relative absence of nicotine from the underside and formerly covered surfaces indicated that the cylinder was originally connected to the top of the hat. The characterization of the original object will be used to make informed decisions about reproduction of the intact hat for use by the Tlingit Kiks.ádi clan.
Microwave‐assisted acid hydrolysis for whole bone proteomics and paleoproteomicsColleary, CaitlinLittle, Nicole C.Cleland, Timothy P.2019DOI: info:10.1002/rcm.8568Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometryrcm.8568rcm.85680951-4198
Colleary, Caitlin, Little, Nicole C., and Cleland, Timothy P. 2019. "Microwave‐assisted acid hydrolysis for whole bone proteomics and paleoproteomics." Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry rcm.8568. https://doi.org/10.1002/rcm.8568
ID: 152372
Type: article
Authors: Colleary, Caitlin; Little, Nicole C.; Cleland, Timothy P.
Keywords: MCI
Short-Wave Infrared Reflectance Hyperspectral Imaging for painting investigations: a methodological studyCucci, CostanzaWebb, E. KeatsCasini, AndreaGinanni, MarinaPrandi, ElenaStefani, LorenzoVitorino, TatianaPicollo, Marcello2019DOI: info:10.1080/01971360.2018.1543102Journal of the American Institute for Conservationv. 58No. 1/2163616–360197-1360
Cucci, Costanza, Webb, E. Keats, Casini, Andrea, Ginanni, Marina, Prandi, Elena, Stefani, Lorenzo, Vitorino, Tatiana, and Picollo, Marcello. 2019. "Short-Wave Infrared Reflectance Hyperspectral Imaging for painting investigations: a methodological study." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58 (1/2):16–36. https://doi.org/10.1080/01971360.2018.1543102
ID: 149292
Type: article
Authors: Cucci, Costanza; Webb, E. Keats; Casini, Andrea; Ginanni, Marina; Prandi, Elena; Stefani, Lorenzo; Vitorino, Tatiana; Picollo, Marcello
Keywords: MCI
Poisonous books: analyses of four sixteenth and seventeenth century book bindings covered with arsenic rich green paintDelbey, ThomasHolck, Jakob PovlJørgensen, BjarkeAlvis, AlexandraSmith, Vanessa HaightKavich, Gwénaëlle M.Harmon, Kimberly A.Dorch, Bertil FabriciusRasmussen, Kaare Lund2019DOI: info:10.1186/s40494-019-0334-2Heritage Sciencev. 7No. 1Article 91London, EnglandSpringerOpenArticle 912050-7445
Delbey, Thomas, Holck, Jakob Povl, Jørgensen, Bjarke, Alvis, Alexandra, Smith, Vanessa Haight, Kavich, Gwénaëlle M., Harmon, Kimberly A., Dorch, Bertil Fabricius, and Rasmussen, Kaare Lund. 2019. "Poisonous books: analyses of four sixteenth and seventeenth century book bindings covered with arsenic rich green paint." Heritage Science 7 (1):Article 91. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40494-019-0334-2
ID: 153075
Type: article
Authors: Delbey, Thomas; Holck, Jakob Povl; Jørgensen, Bjarke; Alvis, Alexandra; Smith, Vanessa Haight; Kavich, Gwénaëlle M.; Harmon, Kimberly A.; Dorch, Bertil Fabricius; Rasmussen, Kaare Lund
Keywords: MCI; SI-other; SI-Libraries
Three-dimensional culture of endometrial cells from domestic cats: A new in vitro platform for assessing plastic toxicityDundon, MorganMadden, OdileComizzoli, PierreKusters, Ilja2019DOI: info:10.1371/journal.pone.0217365PLOS ONEv. 14No. 5115San FranciscoPublic Library of Science1–151932-6203
Dundon, Morgan, Madden, Odile, and Comizzoli, Pierre. 2019. "Three-dimensional culture of endometrial cells from domestic cats: A new in vitro platform for assessing plastic toxicity." PLOS ONE 14 (5):1–15. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0217365
ID: 151272
Type: article
Authors: Dundon, Morgan; Madden, Odile; Comizzoli, Pierre
Keywords: MCI; NZP
Marking mosquitoes in their natural larval sites using 2 H‐enriched water: A promising approach for tracking over extended temporal and spatial scalesFaiman, RoyDao, AdamaYaro, Alpha SeydouDiallo, MoussaDjibril, SamakeSanogo, Zana LamissaOusmane, YossiSullivan, MargeryVeru, LauraKrajacich, Benjamin J.Krishna, AshaMatthews, JoyFrance, Christine A. M.Hamer, GabrielHobson, Keith A.Lehmann, ToviSoto, David2019DOI: info:10.1111/2041-210X.13210Methods in Ecology and Evolutionv. 10No. 8127412851274–12852041-210X
Faiman, Roy, Dao, Adama, Yaro, Alpha Seydou, Diallo, Moussa, Djibril, Samake, Sanogo, Zana Lamissa, Ousmane, Yossi, Sullivan, Margery, Veru, Laura, Krajacich, Benjamin J., Krishna, Asha, Matthews, Joy, France, Christine A. M., Hamer, Gabriel, Hobson, Keith A., and Lehmann, Tovi. 2019. "Marking mosquitoes in their natural larval sites using 2 H‐enriched water: A promising approach for tracking over extended temporal and spatial scales." Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (8):1274–1285. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13210
ID: 151701
Type: article
Authors: Faiman, Roy; Dao, Adama; Yaro, Alpha Seydou; Diallo, Moussa; Djibril, Samake; Sanogo, Zana Lamissa; Ousmane, Yossi; Sullivan, Margery; Veru, Laura; Krajacich, Benjamin J.; Krishna, Asha; Matthews, Joy; France, Christine A. M.; Hamer, Gabriel; Hobson, Keith A.; Lehmann, Tovi
Keywords: MCI