Investigations into the Control of Biofilm Damage with Relevance to Built Heritage (BIODAM)

Wolfgang Krumbein, Anna Gorbushina, Jesus Valero, Cathy McCullagh, Maureen Young, Peter Robertson, Marius Vendrell, Hanna-Leena Alkomi, Maria Saarela, Irene Fortune, Linda Kosciewicz-Fleming

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Abstract

This publication describes the results of a 3 year EC-funded R&D project (BIODAM) which investigated the effects of biological colonisation on heritage surfaces and evaluated of novel, low toxicity treatments for their ability to control of biofilms and for their compatibility with conservation products.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherHistoric Scotland
Number of pages96
ISBN (Print)1904966209
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Krumbein, W., Gorbushina, A., Valero, J., McCullagh, C., Young, M., Robertson, P., ... Kosciewicz-Fleming, L. (2006). Investigations into the Control of Biofilm Damage with Relevance to Built Heritage (BIODAM). Historic Scotland.
Krumbein, Wolfgang ; Gorbushina, Anna ; Valero, Jesus ; McCullagh, Cathy ; Young, Maureen ; Robertson, Peter ; Vendrell, Marius ; Alkomi, Hanna-Leena ; Saarela, Maria ; Fortune, Irene ; Kosciewicz-Fleming, Linda. / Investigations into the Control of Biofilm Damage with Relevance to Built Heritage (BIODAM). Historic Scotland, 2006. 96 p.
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