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Wednesday, May 28 • 9:00am - 6:00pm
(Workshop) Dataloggers - Establishing and Maintaining Environmental Monitoring Systems FULL

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This workshop covers low-tech solutions, stand-alone dataloggers and wireless monitoring systems. The program introduces a number of products that have found wide acceptance in the museum community and give participants an opportunity to have hands-on time with the units and their software. Tips on establishing and maintaining a monitoring program and the equipment will also be covered. Participants will be introduced to the various elements of an environmental monitoring program, understand how devices can be deployed effectively, learn how to maintain equipment and data, and how to assess what equipment is appropriate for their particular monitoring requirements, budget, and technological resources.

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Samantha Alderson, [PA]

Conservator, American Museum of Natural History
Samantha Alderson is a conservator of objects in the Anthropology Division of the American Museum of History. She received a Master of Arts in art history and archaeology, and an advanced certificate in conservation in 1993, from the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts... Read More →
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Rachael Perkins Arenstein-[PA]

Partner, AM Art Conservation LLC
Rachael Perkins Arenstein is a Professional Associate member of the American Institute for Conservation. She is a principal of A.M. Art Conservation, LLC, the private practice that she co-founded in 2009. She has worked at the Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem, the Smithsonian's National... Read More →

Wednesday May 28, 2014 9:00am - 6:00pm PDT
Garden Room A