Microorganisms occur and/or proliferate on CH for a variety
of reasons. For example, in closed environments, such as museums, churches, castles, libraries, and caves, the source of
microorganisms could be from the external atmosphere and/
or from human activities within the sites. Thus, bacteria and
fungi may originate from skin, and respiration-induced alteration could favor further proliferation of microbial communities [0]. Knowledge and control of the aerobiology of buildings
that house CH is fundamental to preventing this proliferation
and consequent biodeterioration [0]. This is particularly true
when the temperature and relative humidity (RH) become optimal for microbial growth, such as in warm environments with

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