Teachers and Employees

Kimmel, Tanja Univ.-Ass. Dipl.-Rest. (FH)

title
Integrated Pest Management Course
type
seminar
texts
description
This workshop will give you guidance on how to deal with insect pest problems likely to be encountered in museums, collections, archives and historic houses. It will focus upon insects and the damage they cause, together with new information on the detection, monitoring and trapping of pests. The emphasis is on pest-prevention as the key to successful IPM, but will also evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of physical and chemical control measures. Practical sessions include; identification of insects and insect damage and apractical survey exercise. At the end of the two days you will be able to: Identify the main insect pests Understand the life cycles of pests and what they eat Identify environmental factors which encourage pests Understand the need for monitoring and the way you can use trapping results Decide on the correct course of action when pests are found. Develop and implement an IPM programme for your collections. The IPM course will take place at the Museum of Ethnology. We have already many applications for the course and the space is limited because of the microscopes and lecture room, so if you are interested, please register soon and transfer the course fee. Location: Museum of Ethnology Neue Burg Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien www.ethno-museum.ac.at Course Tutors: David Pinniger, Consultant Entomologist Bob Child, IPM Consultant
organisers/management
Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien
contributors
Tanja Kimmel
attendance
date, time and location
date
2013-06-03 – 2013-06-04
location
Wien (Österreich)