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《Sciences of Conservation and Archaeology》 2010-02
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Studies on the prevention and control of biological damage in Tang Hanguang Entrance remains

HUANG Si-ping~1,LI Yu-hu~1,XIAO Ya-ping~2 JIN Pu-jun~1,WANG Su~3 (1.Research Center of Historical Cultural Heritage Protection,Shaanxi Normal University,Xi' an 710062,China; 2.College of Life Sciences,Shaanxi Normal University,Xi' an 710062,China; 3.Tang Hanguang Entrance Remains Museum,Xi'an 710061,China)  
The Hanguang Entrance remains of the Tang Dynasty provides valuable historical,cultural and scientific information.As time goes by,a wide range of biological damage has occurred,and urgent action needed to be taken to rescue the site.After a detailed investigation of biological damage,it was found for the first time that insects and mites can cause severe damage,and that cyanobacteria and fungi are main damage factors.The causes and mechanism of these biological diseases have been analyzed.Prevention and control measures have been investigated.These studies lay a solid foundation for further rescue protection.
【Fund】: 陕西省科技攻关项目资助(2009K01-43)
【CateGory Index】: G264.3
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