OP 116: The Interface between Science and Conservation
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This publication examines the increasingly important role of the conservation scientist.
Conservation science, where scientists develop an understanding of why and how museum objects deteriorate, and research into methods and materials for arresting that deterioration, has become a speciality in its own right.
The importance of adequate communication between the conservation scientist and conservators is also explored, together with the place of science in the education of conservators.
Product code: cmc086159116x
Title: OP 116:The Interface between Science and Conservation
Subtitle: Occasional Paper 116
Author: Susan Bradley
Number of pages: 256
llustrations: 30 colour and 40 b/w
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