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Water Quality Part 4 – Conclusions and Recommendations TAGS: | | | | | | | Today’s blog post concludes remote intern Mhairi Boyle’s four-part series on water quality. Mhairi discusses the conclusions she reached during her internship and provides us with her recommendations for regular …Continue reading →

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Water Quality Part 3 – Survey TAGS: | | | | | | | In the third instalment of this four-part series, remote intern Mhairi Boyle discusses the survey she created to get insight on water type and water usage from fellow paper conservators …Continue reading →

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Water Quality Part 2 – Water Tests TAGS: | | | | | | | Join us today for remote intern Mhairi Boyle’s second instalment of her four-part series on water quality and its impact on paper. Here she discusses the tests and analysis she …Continue reading →

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Water Quality Part 1 – Introduction TAGS: | | | Today we have the first instalment of a four-part series from our remote intern Mhairi Boyle. In her first instalment, Mhairi shares with us the importance of water and its …Continue reading →

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