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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; Peer-reviewed
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 Conservation
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 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
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. 5San FranciscoPublic Library of Science1932-6203
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):https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0217365
ID: 151272
Type: article
Authors: Dundon, Morgan; Madden, Odile; Comizzoli, Pierre
Keywords: MCI; NZP
The effects of cellulose nitrate treatment and organic solvent removal on δ13C, δ15N, and δ18O values of collagen and bioapatite in modern mammal boneFrance, Christine A. M.Epitropou, AnastasiaKavich, Gwénaëlle M.2019DOI: info:10.1007/s12520-018-0616-8Archaeological and Anthropological Sciencesv. 11142114291421–14291866-9557
France, Christine A. M., Epitropou, Anastasia, and Kavich, Gwénaëlle M. 2019. "The effects of cellulose nitrate treatment and organic solvent removal on δ13C, δ15N, and δ18O values of collagen and bioapatite in modern mammal bone." Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11:1421–1429. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12520-018-0616-8
ID: 145496
Type: article
Authors: France, Christine A. M.; Epitropou, Anastasia; Kavich, Gwénaëlle M.
Keywords: MCI; fellow; Peer-reviewed
Economically Motivated Adulteration of Lemon Juice: Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy in Comparison with Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry: Round-Robin StudyMantha, MadhaviKubachka, Kevin M.Urban, John R.Dasenbrock, Catherine O.Chernyshev, AnatolyMark, William A.France, ChristineChartrand, MichelleHache, JonathanDecoeur, SylvainQi, Haiping2019DOI: info:10.5740/jaoacint.18-0401Journal of AOAC Internationalv. 1021060-3271
Mantha, Madhavi, Kubachka, Kevin M., Urban, John R., Dasenbrock, Catherine O., Chernyshev, Anatoly, Mark, William A., France, Christine, Chartrand, Michelle, Hache, Jonathan, Decoeur, Sylvain, and Qi, Haiping. 2019. "Economically Motivated Adulteration of Lemon Juice: Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy in Comparison with Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry: Round-Robin Study." Journal of AOAC International 102:https://doi.org/10.5740/jaoacint.18-0401
ID: 151196
Type: article
Authors: Mantha, Madhavi; Kubachka, Kevin M.; Urban, John R.; Dasenbrock, Catherine O.; Chernyshev, Anatoly; Mark, William A.; France, Christine; Chartrand, Michelle; Hache, Jonathan; Decoeur, Sylvain; Qi, Haiping
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
Sticky rice–nanolime as a consolidation treatment for lime mortarsOtero, J.Charola, A. ElenaStarinieri, V.2019DOI: info:10.1007/s10853-019-03618-1Journal of Materials Sciencev. 54No. 141021710234Springer Nature10217–102340022-2461
Otero, J., Charola, A. Elena, and Starinieri, V. 2019. "Sticky rice–nanolime as a consolidation treatment for lime mortars." Journal of Materials Science 54 (14):10217–10234. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10853-019-03618-1
ID: 150980
Type: article
Authors: Otero, J.; Charola, A. Elena; Starinieri, V.
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
Influence of substrate pore structure and nanolime particle size on the effectiveness of nanolime treatmentsOtero, J.Starinieri, V.Charola, A. Elena2019DOI: info:10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.03.130Construction and Building Materialsv. 209701708Elsevier701–7080950-0618
Otero, J., Starinieri, V., and Charola, A. Elena. 2019. "Influence of substrate pore structure and nanolime particle size on the effectiveness of nanolime treatments." Construction and Building Materials 209:701–708. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.03.130
ID: 150572
Type: article
Authors: Otero, J.; Starinieri, V.; Charola, A. Elena
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
Everything Old is New Again: Revisiting a Historical Symposium on Zinc Oxide Oil Paint FilmsRogala, Dawn V.Casadio, FrancescaKeune, KatrienNoble, Petriavan Loon, AnneliesHendriks, EllaCenteno, SilviaOsmond, Gillian2019317330Amsterdam and AmersfoortNetherlands Cultural Heritage Agency317–330978-3-319-90616-4
Rogala, Dawn V. 2019. "Everything Old is New Again: Revisiting a Historical Symposium on Zinc Oxide Oil Paint Films." in Metal Soaps in Art: Conservation and Research, edited by Casadio, Francesca, Keune, Katrien, Noble, Petria, van Loon, Annelies, Hendriks, Ella, Centeno, Silvia, and Osmond, Gillian., 317–330. Cultural Heritage Science. Amsterdam and Amersfoort: Netherlands Cultural Heritage Agency.
ID: 150253
Type: chapter
Authors: Rogala, Dawn V.
Keywords: MCI
Would You Like that With or Without Mayo? How Interdisciplinary Collaboration Slows the Spread of Popular Misconceptions in Modern Art ScholarshipRogala, Dawn V.Holling, HannaBewer, FrancescaAmmann, Katharina2019DOI: info:10.1163/9789-004396852_011236252Leiden, the NetherlandsKoninklijke Brill236–252978-90-04-37281-8
Rogala, Dawn V. 2019. "Would You Like that With or Without Mayo? How Interdisciplinary Collaboration Slows the Spread of Popular Misconceptions in Modern Art Scholarship." in The Explicit Material: Inquiries on the Intersection of Academic, Curatorial and Conservation Cultures, edited by Holling, Hanna, Bewer, Francesca, and Ammann, Katharina., 236–252. Studies in Art & Materiality. Leiden, the Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789-004396852_011
ID: 150254
Type: chapter
Authors: Rogala, Dawn V.
Keywords: MCI
Things to Know When Working as a Subject Matter Expert in Cultural Heritage CasesRogala, Dawn V.2019
Rogala, Dawn V. 2019. "Things to Know When Working as a Subject Matter Expert in Cultural Heritage Cases." Given at Annual Meeting,
ID: 150286
Type: presentation
Authors: Rogala, Dawn V.
Keywords: MCI; presentation
Would You Like That With or Without Mayo? How Interdisciplinary Collaboration Slows the Spread of Popular Misconceptions in Modern Art ScholarshipRogala, Dawn V.2019
Rogala, Dawn V. 2019. "Would You Like That With or Without Mayo? How Interdisciplinary Collaboration Slows the Spread of Popular Misconceptions in Modern Art Scholarship." Given at New Approaches in the Conservation of Contemporary Art,
ID: 150287
Type: presentation
Authors: Rogala, Dawn V.
Keywords: MCI; presentation
Characterizing historical textiles and clothing with proteomicsSolazzo, Caroline2019DOI: info:10.14568/cp2018031Conservar Património1646043X, 21829942
Solazzo, Caroline. 2019. "Characterizing historical textiles and clothing with proteomics." Conservar Património https://doi.org/10.14568/cp2018031
ID: 150128
Type: article
Authors: Solazzo, Caroline
Keywords: MCI
Creating the cosmos, reifying power: A Zooarchaeological investigation of corporal animal forms in the Copan ValleySugiyama, NawaFash, WilliamFrance, Christine A. M.2019Cambridge Archaeological Journal1361–36
Sugiyama, Nawa, Fash, William, and France, Christine A. M. 2019. "Creating the cosmos, reifying power: A Zooarchaeological investigation of corporal animal forms in the Copan Valley." Cambridge Archaeological Journal 1–36.
ID: 149790
Type: article
Authors: Sugiyama, Nawa; Fash, William; France, Christine A. M.
Keywords: MCI; Peer-reviewed
An easy-to-use method for preparing paint cross sectionsTsang, Jia-sunFriedberg, ElleLam, Thomas2019DOI: info:10.1080/01971360.2018.1564198Journal of the American Institute for Conservation0197-1360
Tsang, Jia-sun, Friedberg, Elle, and Lam, Thomas. 2019. "An easy-to-use method for preparing paint cross sections." Journal of the American Institute for Conservation https://doi.org/10.1080/01971360.2018.1564198
ID: 150660
Type: article
Authors: Tsang, Jia-sun; Friedberg, Elle; Lam, Thomas
Keywords: MCI
From ecologically equivalent individuals to contrasting colonies: quantifying isotopic niche and individual foraging specialization in an endangered oceanic seabirdWiley, Anne E.Rossman, SamOstrom, Peggy H.France, Christine A. M.Penniman, JayBailey, CathleenDuvall, FernZipkin, Elise F.James, Helen F.2019DOI: info:10.1007/s00227-019-3483-7Marine Biologyv. 166No. 3Springer Nature0025-3162
Wiley, Anne E., Rossman, Sam, Ostrom, Peggy H., France, Christine A. M., Penniman, Jay, Bailey, Cathleen, Duvall, Fern, Zipkin, Elise F., and James, Helen F. 2019. "From ecologically equivalent individuals to contrasting colonies: quantifying isotopic niche and individual foraging specialization in an endangered oceanic seabird." Marine Biology 166 (3):https://doi.org/10.1007/s00227-019-3483-7
ID: 150127
Type: article
Authors: Wiley, Anne E.; Rossman, Sam; Ostrom, Peggy H.; France, Christine A. M.; Penniman, Jay; Bailey, Cathleen; Duvall, Fern; Zipkin, Elise F.; James, Helen F.
Keywords: MCI; NH-Vertebrate Zoology; NMNH; Peer-reviewed
IOP Conference Series :Materials Science and Engineering 304Matthews, Michael B.Vicenzi, Edward P.Richter, SilviaLlovet, XavierDellith, JanCeh, Miran2018IOP Publishing1757-8981
Matthews, Michael B., Vicenzi, Edward P., Richter, Silvia, Llovet, Xavier, Dellith, Jan, and Ceh, Miran. , eds. 2018. IOP Conference Series :Materials Science and Engineering 304. IOP Publishing.
ID: 145974
Type: book
Keywords: Peer-reviewed; MCI
Ambient Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Alizarin-Dyed Textile and Dye Transfer to PaperBaglia, Regina A.Newsome, G. AsherBallard, Mary W.Eng-Wilmot, KiraCasteneda, AlisonFrankel, NoraGetts, AnneSchmitt, EmmaUrick, Jessica2018127139Washington, DCTextile Specialty Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works127–139
Baglia, Regina A., Newsome, G. Asher, and Ballard, Mary W. 2018. "Ambient Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Alizarin-Dyed Textile and Dye Transfer to Paper." in The Textile Specialty Group Postprints: Papers Delivered at the Textile Subgroup Session: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 46th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, May-June 2018, Volume 28, edited by Eng-Wilmot, Kira, Casteneda, Alison, Frankel, Nora, Getts, Anne, Schmitt, Emma, and Urick, Jessica., 127–139. Washington, DC: Textile Specialty Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
ID: 150931
Type: chapter
Authors: Baglia, Regina A.; Newsome, G. Asher; Ballard, Mary W.
Keywords: MCI
Old and New Solutions to Dissipate Static Charge for Plexiglas Pressure MountsBallard, Mary W.Gentry, AllisonDalela, NamrataEng-Wilmot, KiraCasteneda, AlisonFrankel, NoraGetts, AnneSchmitt, EmmaUrick, Jessica2018173177Washington, DCTextile Specialty Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works173–177
Ballard, Mary W., Gentry, Allison, and Dalela, Namrata. 2018. "Old and New Solutions to Dissipate Static Charge for Plexiglas Pressure Mounts." in The Textile Specialty Group Postprints: Papers Delivered at the Textiles Supgroup Session: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, 46th Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas, May-June 2018, Volume 28, edited by Eng-Wilmot, Kira, Casteneda, Alison, Frankel, Nora, Getts, Anne, Schmitt, Emma, and Urick, Jessica., 173–177. Washington, DC: Textile Specialty Group of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
ID: 150930
Type: chapter
Authors: Ballard, Mary W.; Gentry, Allison; Dalela, Namrata
Keywords: MCI
Harden up: metal acquisition in the weaponized ovipositors of aculeate hymenopteraBaumann, KateVicenzi, Edward P.Lam, ThomasDouglas, JanetArbuckle, KevinCribb, BronwenBrady, Seán G.Fry, Bryan G.2018DOI: info:10.1007/s00435-018-0403-1ZoomorphologyNo. 137389406Springer Nature389–4060720-213X
Baumann, Kate, Vicenzi, Edward P., Lam, Thomas, Douglas, Janet, Arbuckle, Kevin, Cribb, Bronwen, Brady, Seán G., and Fry, Bryan G. 2018. "Harden up: metal acquisition in the weaponized ovipositors of aculeate hymenoptera." Zoomorphology (137): 389–406. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00435-018-0403-1
ID: 146198
Type: article
Authors: Baumann, Kate; Vicenzi, Edward P.; Lam, Thomas; Douglas, Janet; Arbuckle, Kevin; Cribb, Bronwen; Brady, Seán G.; Fry, Bryan G.
Keywords: MCI; NH-Entomology; NMNH; Peer-reviewed
Abstract: The use of metal ions to harden the tips and edges of ovipositors is known to occur in many hymenopteran species. However, species using the ovipositor for delivery of venom, which occurs in the aculeate hymenoptera (stinging wasps, ants, and bees) remains uninvestigated. In this study, scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy-dispersive X-ray analysis was used to investigate the morphology and metal compositional differences among aculeate aculei. We show that aculeate aculei have a wide diversity of morphological adaptations relating to their lifestyle. We also demonstrate that metals are present in the aculei of all families of aculeate studied. The presence of metals is non-uniform and concentrated in the distal region of the stinger, especially along the longitudinal edges. This study is the first comparative investigation to document metal accumulation in aculeate aculei.