The 18 CCI scientists and conservators identified in bold below wrote or contributed to 11 articles in professional journals in science and conservation.
Binnie, Nancy, Elizabeth Moffatt and Alastair Fox. "Restoring the Colour of Fredericton City Hall National Historic Site: A Successful Communication of Paint Archaeology Findings for Windows and Associated Decorative Elements." In 5th International Architectural Paint Research Conference: Innovation Through Baseline Proficiencies, Stockholm, Sweden, 12-15 March, 2014: Preprints. Stockholm, Sweden: Archetype Publications, 2014.
Dancause, Renée, and Jan Vuori. "Lessons Learned: The Use of 20 Denier Nylon Net in the Treatment of Two Oversized Flags." In Sarah C. Stevens, comp., Conserving Modernity: The Articulation of Innovation, 9th North American Textile Conservation Conference (NATCC), San Francisco, California, November 12th-15th, 2013: Preprints. NATCC: San Francisco, California, 2013.
Down, Jane, Joe Iraci and Greg Hill. "Photographic Activity Tests of Various Adhesives Suggested for Use on Water-sensitive Photographs." Topics in Photographic Preservation 15 (2013), pp. 475-483.
Helwig, Kate, Valery Monahan, Jennifer Poulin and Thomas D. Andrews. "Ancient Projectile Weapons from Ice Patches in Northwestern Canada: Identification of Resin and Compound Resin-ochre Hafting Adhesives." Journal of Archaeological Science 41 (January 2014), pp. 655-665.
Lambert, Simon, and Eric Hagan. "Optimising Climate Control for Canadian Collections." Muse (November/December 2013), pp. 38-45.
Michalski, Stefan. "Stuffing Everything We Know About Mechanical Properties Into One Collection Simulation." In Jonathan Ashley-Smith, Andreas Burmester and Melanie Eibl, eds., Climate for Collections: Standards and Uncertainties. London, UK: Archetype Publications, 2013.
Poulin, Jennifer, Carole Dignard and Kate Helwig. "Identification of White Efflorescence on Wooden African Objects." Studies in Conservation 59 (2014), pp. 69-78.
St-Jacques, Doris, Maria Bedynski, Lynn Curry and Season Tse. "A 1763 Illuminated Haggadah Manuscript: How Ineffective Past Treatments Resulted in an Antioxidant Research Project, Impacting Current Treatment Decisions". In Lieve Watteeuw and Christa Hoffman, eds., Paper Conservation: Decisions & Compromises: International Council of Museums - Committee for Conservation (ICOM-CC) Graphic Document Working Group - Interim Meeting, Austrian National Library, Vienna, 17-19 April 2013. ICOM: Vienna, Austria, pp. 17-20.
Strang, Tom. "Mould Risk to Cultural Property - On the Problem of Defining Adverse Environmental Conditions and Potential for Harm." In 36th International Symposium on the Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property - Microbial Biodeterioration of Cultural Property: Recent Topics on the Investigation of and Countermeasures for Biodeterioration of Outdoor/Indoor Properties and Disaster-affected Objects. Tokyo, Japan: National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo, 2013, pp. 149-166.
Sullivan, Kathleen, W. Ross McKinnon and Lyndsie Selwyn. "Carbon Dioxide Absorption in Alkaline Treatment Solutions for Archaeological Iron." In E. Hyslop, V. Gonzalez, L. Troalen and L. Wilson, eds., Metal 2013: Interim Meeting of the ICOM-CC Metal Working Group Conference Proceedings, 16-20 September 2013, Edinburgh, UK. Edinburgh, UK: Historic Scotland, 2013, pp. 77-84
Tétreault, Jean, A.-L. Dupont, Paul Bégin and S. Paris. "The Impact of Volatile Compounds Released by Paper on Cellulose Degradation in Ambient Hygrothermal Conditions." Polymer Degradation and Stability 98 (2013), pp. 1827-1837.
On behalf of the organizing committee of the 40th Annual Symposium of the Ontario Archaeological Society, please accept our most sincere appreciation for participating in the bookroom […]. The services and publications of the Canadian Conservation Institute are well known in our profession and always add a high degree of professionalism to any conference.
Coordinator, Professional Association, Ontario
I just want to […] tell you how much we appreciated your help, in figuring out the proper set up for our [author's name] books. Your ability to explain over the phone what we needed was quite incredible. […] your "Lighting Methods" publication was exactly what we need when we were feeling overwhelmed by our personal work schedule and a brand new digital photo studio filled with lots of unfamiliar equipment and no on-site photographer. […] Your book is an incredible resource that you should be very proud of.
Conservator, National Museum, Canada
Congratulations on the publication of your study of the Jack Chambers paintings in Studies in Conservation. […] It is a really excellent article which I have just read with great interest. The research and analyses are very impressive and clearly described. Jack Chambers was a wonderful artist and you've added a great deal to our knowledge about his materials and methods.
Conservation Scientist, Canada