The Protection of Archival Records from Environmental Effects
The article focuses on archive's significance, the importance of its location, as well as its atmospheric fluctuations. The hazardous factors to a repository and its records might come from neighboring factories, heavy traffic, carbon dioxide, fire, burst water and sewage pipes, flood, direct exposure to sunlight, dust, chemical materials, tiny atmospheric particles, andbiological factors. Building an archive requires careful research on the region's weather condition and the environment. Therefore those conditions are to be covered in the survey.