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Biological factors in deterioration of paper = Facteurs biologiques de deterioration du papier / Fausta Gallo ; English translation by Alice Bertin Quaix
Bib ID 642643
Format BookBook
Author
Gallo, Fausta
 
Description Rome : ICCROM, 1985 
xi, 151 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 
Series

ICCROM technical notes series

Notes

Text in English and French.

Bibliography: p. 147-151.

Subjects Paper - Deterioration.  |  Library materials - Conservation and restoration.  |  Pests.  |  Materials - Biodeterioration.
Other authors/contributors International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and the Restoration of Cultural Property
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Facteurs biologiques de deterioration du papier.

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