FOR ART, ARCHITECTURE, ARCHIVES AND ARCHAEOLOGY
OUTREACH AND MEDIA
Most Cited Book:
If you Google the words “stone conservation” this book is often the first link:
Eric Doehne & Clifford Price, 2010, Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research, 2nd Edition, The Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles, CA, 180 p. November 2010. [586 citations as of Fall 2019] PDF
Exhibit: Convergence of Art and Science
Art Conservation: The New Major and the Future of the Past at the Clark Humanities Museum, Scripps College, Oct 3-Nov 4th 2011.
Quoted in the New York Times, June 24, 2008, in the article entitled, “Microbes Eating Away at Pieces of History”
Most Cited Research Articles:
Salt weathering: A selective review [197 citations as of Fall 2019] Doehne, E. 2002 Geological Society Special Publication (205), 51-64. Link .
How does sodium sulfate crystallize? Implications for the decay and testing of building materials [373 citations] Rodriguez-Navarro, C., Doehne, E. 2000 Cement and Concrete Research 30 (10), p. 1527-1534. Link .
Appeared as a subject matter expert in the two-hour documentary film “Life After People,” which recorded ~8 million viewers when it debuted on the History Channel in January 2008, was nominated for three Emmys, and has been made into a 10-part series in 2009. In 2011, appeared as a subject matter expert in the History Channel documentary, Civilization Lost and in 2012 for National Geographic’s
America's National Treasures.
Salt weathering: Influence of evaporation rate, supersaturation and crystallization pattern [574 citations] Rodriguez-Navarro, C., Doehne, E. 1999 Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 24 (2-3), p. 191-209. Link .
Photography Exhibit: Natural Order - Art, Science and The Clarity of Mud, West Dean College, UK, The work of Eric Doehne, Kathleen Fox, Alison Milner & Steve Speller, 28 April-17 June 2007.
A new correction method for high-resolution energy-dispersive x-ray analyses in the environmental scanning electron microscope [55 citations] Doehne, E. 1997 Scanning Journal 19 (2), p. 75-78, Link.
Quoted in ScienceMag.org article, “Salt packs a punch” Feb. 28, 2005.
Profiled in the Los Angeles Times, “Cutting Edge Special: What’s the Way a Sphinx Crumbles?” March 17, 1997.
Applications of the environmental scanning electron microscope to conservation science [58 citations] Doehne, E and Stulik, D. 1990 Scanning Microscopy 4 (2), 275-286. Link.
Profiled in Conservation Perspectives, The GCI Newsletter, 12.2, Summer, 1997.
Carbon and oxygen isotope stratigraphy of the Upper Maastrichtian, Zumaya, Spain: a record of oceanographic and biologic changes at the end of the Cretaceous Period (cited by 60), J.F. Mount, S.V. Margolis, W. Showers, P. Ward, & E. Doehne, 1986, Palaios 1(1), 87-92. Link.
Author of: Travertine Stone at the Getty Center, Conservation Perspectives, The GCI Newsletter, 11.2, Summer, 1996.
Orientation lectures for Getty Museum docents on the geography, geology, and views from the Getty Center.
Additional Research Articles by Eric Doehne can be found at the PublicationsList.org site