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Aerobiology and cultural heritage: some reflections and future challenges

AuthorsSáiz-Jiménez, Cesáreo ; González Grau, Juan Miguel
Issue Date2007
CitationAerobiologia 23(2): 89-90 (2007)
AbstractAerobiology is focused on the study of passive transport of organisms and particles of biological origin in the atmosphere (Mandrioli and Ariatti 2001). During the last decades, a strong correlation between aerobiology and biodeterioration of works of art has been claimed, due to the fact that the air is the main vehicle for the dispersion of microorganisms (Sorlini 1993). Several lists of airborne microorganisms and their counterparts in works of art have been published (e.g., Nugari et al. 1993; Montacutelli et al. 2000; Monte and Ferrari 2000; Valentin 2003). Generally, airborne microorganisms were similar or identical to those isolated from biodeteriorated works of art (mural paintings, museum collections, etc.) and, in many cases, a direct effect was inferred.
Description2 pages, 12 references.
Publisher version (URL)DOI 10.1007/s10453-007-9059-x
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