Part I. Inorganic Materials (2003).
Part II. Metals (1999).
Part III. Organic Materials (2003).
Part IV. Instrumental Methods (2003).
Part V. Environment (1999).
Part VI. Museology (2003).
Part VII. Dating and Provenance (2003).
Part VIII Library and Archive Materials (2003).
Part IX Stone (1999).
Part X. Dyes and Pigments (2003).
May be obtained from:
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PART V: ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Acid Deposition 1
Air Pollutants 4
Air Pollutants: Carbon Dioxide 4
Air Pollutants: Carbon Monoxide 4
Air Pollutants: Fluoride 4
Air Pollutants: Hydrocarbons 4
Air Pollutants: Ozone 5
Air Pollutants: Particulates 5
Air Pollutants: Particulates: Museums 6 5
Air Pollutants: Radon 6
Air Pollutants: Sulfur Dioxide 7
Air Pollution: Control 7
Air Pollution: Control: Kinetic Studies 7
Air Pollution: History 7
Air Pollution: Product Literature 8
Atmospheric Chemistry 8
Atmospheric Monitoring 9
Atmospheric Monitoring: Monuments 10
Climate: Global Warming 10
Climate: Ozone Depletion 11
Economic Analysis 11
Environmental Data Bases 12
Environmental Policy 12
Health Effects 13
Indoor Air Pollution 14
Indoor Air Pollution: Diethyl Aminoethanol 15
Indoor Air Pollution: Museums 15
Materials Damage 16
Materials Damage: Brick 18
Materials Damage: Concrete and Mortars 18
Materials Damage: Glass 19
Materials Damage: Metals 19
Materials Damage: Paint 21
Materials Damage: Paper 21
Materials Damage: Pigments 22
Materials Damage: Polymers 22
Materials Damage: Stone 23
Materials Damage: Textiles 25
Materials Damage: Wood 26
Personal Monitoring 27
Personal Monitoring: Product Literature 27
Storage of Collections 27
E.R. Altwicker and M. Michael, "Precipitation pH; Comparison of pH Meter with Indicator Kits," Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association35 No.l 44 45 (l985).
American Chemical Society, "Acid Rain Information Pamphlet," Department of Public Affairs, (l982). 8pp.
Anon., "How Many Lakes Have to Die?," Canada Today12 No.2 1-11 February (198l).
J.G. Ball and W.R. Menzies, "Acid Rain Mitigation Study: Volumes I and II," Environmental Protection Agency Project Summary No.600/S2 82 070 December (l982). 6pp.
C.R. Barnes, R.A. Schroeder and N.E. Peters, "Changes in the Chemistry of Bulk Precipitation in New York State, l965 l978," Northeastern Environmental Sciencel No.3 4 187-197 (l982).
C.P. Barratt and J.G. Irwin, Editors, Acid Deposition in the United Kingdom, Warren Spring Laboratory, Stevenage, England (1983). 72pp.
M. Barrett, N. Dudley and D. Baldock, The Acid Rain Controversy, Environmental Resources Research, London (1985). 177 pp.
R. Baynes, "Acid Rain and Fish The Evidence Mounts," TheInternational Angler43 No.5 September/October (l98l). 3pp.
S. Beilke and A.J. Alshout, Editors, Acid Deposition, D. Reidel Publishing, Boston, MA (1983). 235pp.
C.M. Bhumralker, Editor, Meteorological Aspects of Acid Rain, Butterworth, Boston, MA (1984). xiv + 243 pp.
H. Bibelriether, "Bayerischer Wald National Park Threatened by Air Pollution," Parks9 No.2 1-3 (l984).
D. Bird, "Expert Sees Little Danger in Permitting Con Ed to Burn Coal," New York Times l3 March (l983).
R.H. Boyle, "An American Tragedy," Sports Illustrated21 68-82 September (l98l).
S. Brady, "Acid Rain: Economic Consequences and Costs of Recovery." Paper presented at NYSSA Acid Rain Seminar (August 24, l983). 2lpp. Unpublished manuscript.
O.P. Bricker, Editor, Geological Aspects of Acid Deposition, Butterworth, Boston, MA (1984). xiii + 143 pp.
P. Brimblecombe, "Is Acid Rain a New Phenomenon?" In:Scottish Wildlife Trust, Report of the Acid Inquiry, 27-29 September 1984, Scottish Wildlife Trust, Edinburgh (1984).
P. Brimblecombe and D. Stedman, "Historical Evidence for a Dramatic Increase in the Nitrate Component of Acid Rain," Nature298 460 (1982).
J.G. Calvert, A. Lazrus, G.L. Kok, B.G. Heikes, J.G. Walega, J. Lind and C.A. Cantrell, "Chemical Mechanisms of Acid Generation in the Atmosphere: Review Article," Nature317 27-35 (1985).
Canada, External Affairs, "Memorandum of Intent Between the Government of Canada and the Government of the United States of America Concerning Transboundary Air Pollution," (l980).llpp.
Canada, Minister of Supply and Services, "Downwind: The Acid Rain Story," (l982). 22pp. Information catalog.
Canadian Embassy, "Fact Sheet on Acid Rain, (l982). 8pp. Pamphlet.
Canadian Embassy, "Acid Rain Control in Canada," (l983). 30pp. Manuscript.
Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans, "Acid Rain," (l980). 8pp. Pamphlet
Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans, "Acid Rain and Fisheries, 4pp. Pamphlet.
Canada, Proceedings of the International Conference ofMinisters on Acid Rain, Ottawa, Canada March (l984). 56pp.
G. Caneva, E. Gori and A. Danin, "Incident Rainfall in Rome and its Relation to Biodeterioration of Buildings," Atmospheric Environment, Part B; Urban Atmosphere 26B 255-260 (1992).
Coalition for Environmental Energy Balance (CEEB), "Things to Remember, Things to Ask...About Acid Rain," (l98l). 3pp.
C.V. Cogbill and G.E. Likens, "Acid Precipitation in the Northeast United States," Water Resources Research10 1113-1117 (1974).
E.B. Cowling, "Acid Precipitation in Historical Perspective," Environmental Science and Technology16 No.2 110A-123A (l982).
W.J. Deal, "The Quantity of Acid in Acid Fog," Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association33 No.7 691-692 (1983).
Detroit News, "Our Opinions: Acid Rain, Alkaline Dollars," 20 December (l983). p.l0.
S. Elsworth, Acid Rain, Pluto Press, London (1984). 154 pp.
L.R. Ember, "Acid Pollutants: Hitchhikers Ride the Wind," Chemical and Engineering News 20-32 14 September (l98l).
Environment Canada, "Acid Rain," 4pp. Pamphlet.
Environment Canada, "Downwind: The Acid Rain Story," (l98l) 20pp. Pamphlet.
Environmental Protection Agency, "Acid Rain," Environmental Protection Agency Report No. 600/9 79 036 July (l980). 36pp.
B.E.A. Fisher, "Deposition of Sulphur and the Acidity of Precipitation Over Ireland," Atmospheric Environment16 No.11 2725-2734 (l982).
J.O. Frolinger and R. Kane, "Precipitation: It's Acidic Nature," Science189 455-457 (1975).
J.N. Galloway and D.M. Whelpdale, "An Atmospheric Sulphur Budget for Eastern North America," Atmospheric Environment14 No.4 409-417 (1980).
J.N. Galloway, G.E. Likens and E.S. Edgerton, "Acid Precipitation in the Northeastern United States: pH and Acidity," Science194 722-724 (November 12, l976).
J.N. Galloway, G.E. Likens and M.E. Hawley, "Acid Precipitation: Natural versus Anthropogenic Components," Science226 829-830 (1984).
J.N. Galloway, G.E. Likens, W.C. Keene and J.C. Miller, "The Composition of Precipitation in Remote Areas of the World," Journal of Geophysical Research87 8771-8786 (1982).
J.A. Garland, "Dry and Wet Removal of Sulphur From the Atmosphere," Atmospheric Environment12 No.1-3 349-362 (1978).
D.L. Gibbons, "Acidic Confusion Reigns," Sciquest, 10-15 (January l982).
D.A. Hansen, J.R. Young and G.M. Hidy, "Review of Acid Deposition Research in California," Environmental Research and Technology, Inc. Document No. P B501 000, Westlake Village, CA (l982). 183pp.
M. Havas, T.C. Hutchinson and G.E. Likens, "Red Herrings in Acid Rain Research," Environmental Science and Technology18 No.6 176A-187A (l984).
Comments by: W.B. Innes and Rebuttal by: Havas, Hutchinson, and Likens In: ES&T 19 No.7 646-8 (l985).
C.D. Hendry and P.L. Brezonik, "Chemistry of Precipitation at Gainesville, Florida," Environmental Science and Technology14 No. 7 843-849 (l980).
G.R. Hendrey, "Acid Rain and Gray Snow," Natural History 81 58-64 (February l98l).
M. Heylin, "Forests Under Stress," Chemical and Engineering News18 5 (January 28, l985).
G.M. Hidy, D.A. Hansen, R.C. Henry, K. Ganesan and J. Collins,"Trends in Historical Acid Precursor Emissions and Their Airborne and Precipitation Products," Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association31 No. 4 333-354 (l984).
B. Hileman, "Acid Fog," Environmental Science and Technology17 No.3 117A-123A (l983).
B. Hileman, "Acid Precipitation," Environmental Science and Technology15 1119-1124 (1981).
B. Hileman, "Acid Rain Perspectives: A Tale of Two Countries," Environmental Science and Technology18 No. 11 341A-344A (l984).
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, "Report on the Sources, Monitoring and Atmospheric Research Review Meeting of the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Organized by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research". (August 8 12, 1983). 63pp.
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, "Report on the Assessment Activities and Materials Effects Research Review Meeting of the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Burlington, Vermont (February 14 17, 1984)", ITFAP, Raleigh, NC, (1984). 43pp. + appendices.
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, National AcidPrecipitation Assessment Plan. U.S.G.P.O., Washington, (June 1982). 92pp.
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program, Annual Report, 1982.U.S.G.P.O., Washington (1982). 55pp.
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, National AcidPrecipitation Assessment Program, Annual Report, 1983. U.S.G.P.O., Washington (1983). 72pp.
Interagency Task Force on Acid Precipitation, National AcidPrecipitation Assessment Program, Annual Report, 1984. U.S.G.P.O., Washington (1984). 100pp.
J. James, "Who Will Stop the Acid Rain?," Discover 4 62-65 (October 1983).
M. Johannessen and A. Henriksen, "Chemistry of Snow Meltwater: Changes in Concentration During Melting," Water Resources Research14 615-619 (1978).
A. LaBastille, "Acid Rain: How Great a Menace?" NationalGeographic 160 No.5651-681 (November 198l).
G.E. Likens, "Acid Precipitation," Chemistry and Engineering News 29-31, 35-37, 42-44 22 November (l976).
G.E. Likens and F.H. Borman, "Acidity in Rainwater: Has an Explanation Been Presented?" Science188 957-958 (1975).
G.E. Likens and T.J. Butler, "Recent Acidification of Precipitation in North America," Atmospheric Environment15 No.7 1103-1109 (1981).
G.E. Likens and F.H. Bormann, "Acid Rain: A Serious Regional Environmental Problem," Science184 1176-1179 (June 14, l974).
Response:L. Newman, "Acidity in Rainwater: Has an Explanation Been Presented?" Science188 957-958 (May 30, 1975).
Reply: G.E. Likens and F.H. Bormann, "Acidity in Rainwater: Has an Explanation Been Presented," Science188 957-958 (1975).
G.E. Likens, F.H. Bormann and N.M. Johnson, "Acid Rain," Environment14 33-40 (1972).
G.E. Likens, N.M. Johnson, J.N. Galloway and F.H. Bormann, "Acid Precipitation: Strong and Weak Acids," Science194 643-645 (1976).
G.E. Likens, R.F. Wright, J.N. Galloway and T.J. Butler, "Acid Rain," Scientific American241 No.4 43-51 (October 1979).
J. Lowe, "Ruined History," National Parks59 No.3 4 10-13 (1985).
J.R. Luoma, "Clouds Over Canoe Country," The Sciences24 No.1 30-37 (January/February 1984).
J.R. Luoma, "Troubled Skies, Troubled Waters," Audubon 82 90-111 (November 1980).
K. Mellanby, Editor,Acid Pollution, Acid Rain, and the Environment, Elsevier Applied Science, New York (1988). x + 129 pp.
M. Munro, "The Silent Peril," Environment Canada, (no date) 9pp. Reprint from a series in the Ottawa Citizen.
National Research Council, Acid Deposition - Atmospheric Processes in Eastern North America: A Review of Current Scientific Understanding, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (1983). 375 pp.
National Clean Air Coalition, "Acid Rain: Southern Utilities, Impact and Perspective," (October 18, 1984). 8pp.
National Wildlife Federation, "Scientists' Acid Deposition Survey," (1983). 30+pp. Unpublished manuscript.
Netherlands, Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment, "System for Calculating Air Pollution IV," (September 1981 edition) Production and Distribution Ministry of Housing, Physical Planning and Environment, Department of Information and International Relations, The Hague, Netherlands (1981). 42 pp.
Office of Technology Assessment, Acid Rain and Transported Air Pollutants: Implications for Public Policy, U.S. Congress, Washington, D.C. (1984). vii + 323 pp.
Reprinted: Unipub, New York (1985). vii + 323 pp.
M. Oppenheimer, C.B. Epstein and R.E. Yuhnke, "Acid Deposition, Smelter Emissions, and the Linearity Issue in the Western United States," Science229 859-862 (August 30, 1985).
D.A. O'Sullivan, "European Concern About Acid Rain is Growing," Chemical and Engineering News 12-18 (January 28, 1985).
C.C. Park, Acid Rain: Rhetoric and Reality, Methuen, New York (1988). 272pp.
R. Patrick, V.P. Binetti and S.G. Halterman, "Acid Lakes from Natural and Anthropogenic Causes," Science211 446-448 (January 30, 1981).
F. Pearce, "Battersea Loser in the Generation Game," New Scientist4 284-287 (November 4, 1982).
N.E. Peters, R.A. Schroeder and D.E. Troutman, "Temporal Trends in the Acidity of Precipitation and Surface Waters ofNew York," U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper No. 2188 (1982). 35pp.
Research and Evaluation Associates, "Review of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Acid Precipitation Research Program," (1983). 73pp.
D.D. Richter, "Comment on 'Acid Precipitation in Historical Perspective' and 'Effects of Acid Precipitation'," Environmental Science and Technology17 No.9 568-570 (1983).
J. Roberts, "Speech Notes for The Honourable John Roberts, Canada's Minister of the Environment, to the Center for Inter American Relations, New York City, March 8, 1982," Canadian Consulate General, New York (1982). 14pp.
D.W. Schindler, K.H. Mills, D.F. Malley, D.L. Findlay, J.A. Shearer, I.J. Davies, M.A. Turner, G.A. Linsey and D.R. Cruikshank, "Long Term Ecosystem Stress: The Effects of Years of Experimental Acidification on a Small Lake," Science228 1395-1401 (June 21, 1985).
R.W. Shaw, "Acid Precipitation in Atlantic Canada," Environment Canada13 No.4 406-411 (April 1979).
M. Shepard, "Forest Stress and Acid Rain," Electric Power Research Institute Journal 10 No.6 17-24 (September 1985).
A.D. Skolnik, "Testing for Acid Rain," Progressive Architecture (July 1983). p. 112.
Der Spiegel, "There's Something in the Air. Sulfur Laden Precipitation Contaminates Forest, Air and Foods," translation of German article (November 30, 1981). pp.174,175,182,184,190.
Der Spiegel, "Der Wald stirbt. Saurer Regen über Deutschland, 47 (November 16, 1981). (In German) File also contains response: Der Spiegel, "Gefahr aus Bexbach" 12 (March 22, 1982). (In German)
Süddeutsche Zeitung, "Environmentalists Protest Acid Rain," (November 26, 1981). p.5. (In German)
U.S. Canadian Work Groups, "Memorandum of Intent on Transboundary Air Pollution," Executive Summaries (1983). 59pp.
U.S. Congress, Senate (96th) "Economic Impact on Acid Rain: Hearing before the Select Committee on Small business and the Committee on Environmental and Public Works," Second Session (September 23, 1980). 224pp. Project Summary No. 600/S9 84 025A (1985). 9pp.
United States Environmental Protection Agency, The Acidic Deposition Phenomenon and its Effects - Critical Assessment Review Papers, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. (1983).
A.J. Vermeulen, "Acid Precipitation in the Netherlands," Environmental Science and Technology12 No. 9 1016-1021 (1978).
Virginia Acid Rain Committee, "Report of the Acid Rain Committee to the Technical Advisory Committee of the State Air Pollution Control Board," (October 4, 1983). 18pp.
Virginia Acid Rain Committee, "Virginia Acid Precipitation Network," Report to the Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board and the meeting of the Technical Advisory Committee,Virginia Beach, VA (October, 5 1982). 43pp.
J.D. Waldman, J.W. Munger, D.J. Jacob, R.C. Flagan, J.J. Morgan, and M.R. Hoffmann, "Chemical Composition of Acid Fog," Science218 677-679 (1982).
T. Wall, A. Bakalian and K. Kamlet, "Acid Rain: The Heaven's Revenge," East West Journal 50-56 (October, 1982).
H.A. Waxman, "Acid Rain: We Know the Costs, We Need the Cure," National Parks59 No.3 4 14-15 (1985).
G.W. Wetstone, Acid Rain in Europe and North America:National Responses to an International Problem, Environmental Law Institute, Washington (1983). xvi +
T. Williams, "The Politics of Acid Rain," Adirondack Life 26-37 (May/June, 1980).
S. Winckler, "The Ungentle Rain," House and Garden, 156 No.ll 88-91 (1984).
See Also: Materials Damage
Air Pollution Control Association, "Abstracts from the 76th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, June l9 24, l983, Atlanta", APCA, Pittsburgh, PA (l983). 78pp.
J.A. Bumpus, M. Tien, D.Wright and S.D. Aust, "Oxidation of Persistent Environmental Pollutants by a White Rot Fungus," Science228 1434-1436 (June 21, l985).
F.W. Carter, "Pollution Problems in Post-War Czechoslavakia" Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 10 17-44 (1985).
P. Dutt, "Delhi Gasps for its Air" Mazingira 8 10-11 (1984).
R. Ebisch, "A Layman's Guide to Modern Menaces," TWAAmbassador, (October, 1985). pp.49 58.
T. Godish, Air Quality, Third Edition, Lewis, Boca Raton, FL (1997). 448pp.
H.S. Judeikis, "Use of Building Surfaces in the Passive Abatement of Gaseous Air Pollutants," Journal of Archaeological Research 7 28-33 (March 1, l979).
E.W. Peterson, "Wet and Dry Deposition A Synopsis Containing Estimates of Deposition Velocities for Some Pollutant and Trace Gases in the Atmosphere," Terrestrial Ecology Branch, Ecological Effects Research Division, Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory, Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield, VA, CERL 037 (April, 1977). 26pp.
R.A. Rasmussen, M.A.K. Khalil, R.W. Dalluge, S.A. Penkett and B. Jones, "Carbonyl Sulfide and Carbon Disulfide from the Eruptions of Mount St. Helens," Science215 665-667 (February 5, 1982).
L.G. Salmon, W.W. Nazaroff, M.R. Ligocki, M.C. Jones and G.R. Cass, "Nitric Acid Concentrations in Southern California Museums," Environmental Science and Technology24 No.7 1004-1013 (1990).
G. Thomson, "Air Pollution A Review for Conservation Chemists," Studies in Conservation10 No.4 147-168 (1965).
G. Thomson, "Effects of the Environment" Conservation in Australia 46-53 (1977).
U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, "Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors," R.L. Duprey, Compiler. Durham, NC (1968). 67pp.
U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, "Danger in the Air: Sulfur Oxides and Particulates" Publication of National Air Pollution Control Administration No. 1, (May, 1970). 16pp.
U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, "Troubled Air," U.S.G.P.O., Washington (1962). 29pp.
R.E. Waller, "Studies on the Nature of Urban Air Pollution" In London Conference on Museum Climatology IIC, London (1967). pp. 65-69.
Air Pollutants: Carbon Dioxide
G.R. Fahnestock, "Carbon Input to the Atmosphere from Forest Fires," Science204 209-210 (April l3, l979).
C.W. Wong, "Atmospheric Input of Carbon Dioxide from Burning Wood," Science200 197-200 (April, 1978).
See Also: Climate: Global Warming
Air Pollutants: Carbon Monoxide
T.D. Hartwell, C.A. Clayton, R.M. Michie, R.W. Whitmore, H.S. Zelon, S.M. Jones and D.A. Whitehurst, "Study of Carbon Monoxide Exposure of Residents of Washington, D.C. and Denver, Colorado," Environmental Protection Agency Project Summary No. 600/S4 84 031. Center for Environmental Research Information, Cincinnatti, OH (l984). 5pp.
New York State, Department of Environmental Conservation, "New York State Air Quality Implementation Plan: Control of Carbon Monoxide and Hydrocarbons in New York City Metropolitan Area," (1983). 83pp.
B. Weinstock and H. Niki, "Carbon Monoxide Balance in Nature," Science176 290-292 (April 21, 1972).
Air Pollutants: Fluoride
F. Murray, editor, Fluoride Emissions: Their Monitoring and
Effects on Vegetation and Ecosystems, Academic Press, New York (1981). 234pp.
Air Pollutants: Hydrocarbons
D. Barboza, "Study Finds That Rare Cancer in Amoco Employees is Probably Work Related," New York Times 6 August (1999). p. A14.
B.K. Lamb, H.H. Westberg, T. Quarles and D.L. Flyckt, "Natural Hydrocarbon Emission Rate Measurements from Selected Forest Sites," Environmental Protection Agency Project Summary, Environmental Protection Agency No. 600/S3 84 001.Center for Environmental Research Information, Cincinnatti, OH (January, 1984). 6pp.
Air Pollutants: Ozone
C.E. Bradley and A.J. Haagen Smit, "The Application of Rubber in the Quantitative Determination of Ozone," Rubber Chemistry and Technology24 No.4 750-755 (l95l).
W.S. Cleveland and J.E. McRae, "Weekday Weekend Ozone Concentrations in the Northeast United States," Environmental Science and Technology12 558 (May l978).
S.A. Penkett, "Ozone Increases in Ground Level European Air," Nature311 14-15 (1984).
S.D. Razumovskii and G.E. Zaikov, Ozone and its Reactions with Organic Compounds, Elsevier, Amsterdam, Oxford, and New York (1984). x + 403 pp.
J.S. Sandberg, M.J. Basso and B.A. Okin, "Winter Rain and Summer Ozone: A Predictive Relationship," Science200 1051-1054 (June 2, 1978).
See Also: Materials Damage
Air Pollutants: Particulates
J.M. Allen and W.H. Pispanen, "Control of Wood Stove Emissions Using Improved Secondary Combustion," Environmental Protection Agency Project Summary No.600/S7 84 06l. Center for Environmental Research Information, Cincinnatti, OH (l984). 4pp.