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This manual should permit archaeological conservators to reevaluate conservation at their laboratories add new techniques and methodology to their repertoire of procedures, or create a facility capable of conserving artifacts recovered from virtually any site environment. THE MINIMAL INTERVENTION LABORATORY 23 BIBLIOGRAPHY The minimal intervention laboratory concept is simplistic but not easily implemented. Its underpinnings begin with comprehensive accumulated research, represented in this manual in the form of bibliographies located at the end of each chapter.

1988): 255–261. Gould, Donald. ” Smithsonian 5 (1974): 66–73. [ECU-276] Graham-Bell, Maggie. Preventative Conservation: A Manual. Victoria, British Columbia: British Columbia Museums Association, 1983. [ECU-1] Grattan, David. ” CCI Newsletter (Canadian Conservation Institute) No. 28, 2001. [ECU-620] Green, Jeremy N. ” Proceedings (National Seminar on Cultural Material, Perth, Australia) (1976): 195–197. —. “The VOC Ship Batavia Wrecked in 1629 on the Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia,” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 4 (1975): 43–63.

Most treatments and tests today can be conducted in a safe non-polluting manner with the artifact left in a safe condition to handle on completion of treatment. Reasons for this corollary are easily seen. The minimal intervention laboratory is based on simple procedures and equipment and is not staffed or equipped to deal with storage and use of major amounts of toxic or dangerous substances particularly heavy metal salts used in chemical testing and organic solvents used to dissolve bulking or impregnating agents.

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