Hi, I am Daniela Pinna, My LiveDNA is 39.9513
 
   
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Dr. Daniela Pinna
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Biology from University of Padova, Italy
 
Institute: National Research Council, Italy
 
Area of Interest: Environmental Sciences
  •   Aerobiology
  •   Mycology
  •   Construction and Building Materials
  •   Biodeterioration
 
URL: http://livedna.org/39.9513
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Altieri, A. and D. Pinna, 2008. Prevention of Biodeterioration: Outdoor Environments. In: Plant Biology for Cultural Heritage, Caneva, G., M.P. Nugari and O. Salvadori (Eds.). The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp: 287-294.
2:   Altieri, A. and D. Pinna, 2008. Problems of Biodeterioration in Relation to Particular Types of Environments: Monuments and Artifacts in Coastal Environments. In: Plant Biology for Cultural Heritage, Caneva, G., M.P. Nugari and O. Salvadori (Eds.). The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp: 197-198.
3:   Cuzman, O.A., C. Faraloni, D. Pinna, C. Riminesi, B. Sacchi, P. Tiano and G. Torzillo, 2013. Evaluation of treatments efficiency against lichens growing on monumental stones by electrical conductivity. Int. Biodeterioration Biodegradation, 84: 314-321.
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4:   De Cruz, A., M.L. Wolbarsht, A Andreotti, M.P. Colombini, D. Pinna and C.F. Culberson, 2009. Investigation of the Er: YAG Laser at 2.94 μm to remove lichens growing on stone. Stud. Conserv., 54: 268-277.
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5:   Osticioli, I., M. Mascalchi, D. Pinna and S. Siano, 2014. Removal of Verrucaria nigrescens from Carrara marble artefacts using Nd: YAG lasers: Comparison among different pulse durations and wavelengths. Applied Phys. A, 118: 1517-1526.
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6:   Pinna, D. and O. Salvadori, 2008. Biodeterioration Processes in Relation to Cultural Heritage Materials: Stone and Related Materials. In: Plant Biology for Cultural Heritage, Caneva, G., M.P. Nugari and O. Salvadori (Eds.). The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp: 128-143.
7:   Pinna, D. and O. Salvadori, 2008. Processes of Biodeterioration: General Mechanisms. In: Plant Biology for Cultural Heritage, Caneva, G., M.P. Nugari and O. Salvadori (Eds.). Chap. 1, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, pp: 15-34.
8:   Pinna, D., 2009. Microbiological Culture Analysis. In: Scientific Examination for the Investigation of Paintings: A Handbook for Conservators-Restorers, Pinna, D., M. Galeotti and R. Mazzeo (Eds.). Centro Di, Firenze, ISBN: 978-88-7038-474-1, pp: 175-177.
9:   Pinna, D., 2012. Scientific Investigations on Brownish Alterations on the Marble Statues at Orsanmichele. In: Orsanmichele and the History and Preservation of the Civic Monument, Strehlke, C.B. (Ed.). National Gallery of Art, Yale University Press, Washington, ISBN: ISBN: 9780300135893, pp: 339-346.
10:   Pinna, D., 2014. Biofilms and lichens on stone monuments: Do they damage or protect? Frontiers Microbiol., Vol. 5. 10.3389/fmicb.2014.00133.
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11:   Pinna, D., B. Salvadori and M. Galeotti, 2012. Monitoring the performance of innovative and traditional biocides mixed with consolidants and water-repellents for the prevention of biological growth on stone. Sci. Total Environ., 423: 132-141.
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12:   Pinna, D., B. Salvadori and S. Porcinai, 2011. Evaluation of the application conditions of artificial protection treatments on salt-laden limestones and marble. Construct. Building Mater., 25: 2723-2732.
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13:   Pinna, D., M. Galeotti and A. Rizzo, 2015. Brownish alterations on the marble statues in the church of Orsanmichele in Florence: what is their origin? Heritage Sci., Vol. 3. 10.1186/s40494-015-0038-1.
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14:   Pinna, D., M. Galeotti and R. Mazzeo, 2009. Scientific Examination for the Investigation of Paintings: A Handbook for Conservators-Restorers. Centro Di, Firenze, ISBN: 978-88-7038-474-1, Pages: 224.
15:   Salvadori, B., D. Pinna and S. Porcinai, 2014. Performance evaluation of two protective treatments on salt-laden limestones and marble after natural and artificial weathering. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. Int., 21: 1884-1896.
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16:   Tretiach, M., D. Pinna and M. Grube, 2003. Caloplaca erodens [sect. Pyrenodesmia], a new lichen species from Italy with a unusual thallus type. Mycol. Progress, 2: 127-136.
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