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Title

Study of the biodeterioration zone between the lichen thallus and the substrate

AuthorsAscaso, Carmen CSIC ORCID ; Wierzchos, Jacek CSIC ORCID
KeywordsLichen
Aspicilia cinerea
SEM
Issue Date1995
PublisherGustav Fischer Verlag
CitationCryptogamic Botany 5:270-281 (1995)
AbstractStudies relating to biogeophysical and biogeochemical weathering are summarized in relation to the historical application of specialized techniques to the biodeterioration zone. Recent results obtained from SEM equipped with a back-scattered electron detector, in which thalli of Aspicilia cinerea growing on granitic rock were examined are described. Aspects of biodererioration of monuments are considered here, since study of this type of weathering presents unique problems, such as difficulties in sampling. However, investigation of monument biodeterioration can be carried out with techniques similar to those applied to lichens on natural rock suhstrates.
Description12 pages, figures, and tables statistics.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/32346
ISSN0935-2147
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