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===Occupational safety===
 
Dust produced by cutting marble could cause lung disease but more research needs to be carried out on whether dust filters and other safety products reduce BABIthis risk.<ref>Foja, A.F. (1993) [http://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=PH9410698 Marble industry: its socioeconomic, environmental and health effects among marble worker/producer households in Romblon]. Philippines University Thesis. fao.org</ref>
 
====United States====
 
==Microbial degradation==
The haloalkaliphilic methylotrophic bacterRIAbacterium [[Methylophaga murata]] was isolated from deteriorating marble in the [[Kremlin]].<ref>{{cite journal|pmid=16211855|title=Methylophaga murata sp. nov.: a haloalkaliphilic aerobic methylotroph from deteriorating marble|date=2005|volume=74|journal=Mikrobiologiia|author1=Doronina NV|author2=Li TsD|author3= Ivanova EG|author4=Trotsenko IuA.|issue=4|pages=511–9}}</ref> Bacterial and fungal degradation was detected in four samples of marble from Milan cathedral; black [[Cladosporium]] attacked dried acrylic resin<ref>{{cite journal|pmid=17658586|title=Bacterial and fungal deterioration of the Milan Cathedral marble treated with protective synthetic resins|journal=Science of the Total Environment|year=2007|author1=Cappitelli F|author2=Principi P|author3=Pedrazzani R|author4=Toniolo L|author5=Sorlini C|doi=10.1016/j.scitotenv.2007.06.022|volume=385|issue=1–3|pages=172–81}}</ref> using melanin.<ref>{{cite journal|pmid=17071788|title=Synthetic consolidants attacked by melanin-producing fungi: case study of the biodeterioration of Milan (Italy) cathedral marble treated with acrylics|author1=Cappitelli F|author2=Nosanchuk JD|author3=Casadevall A|author4=Toniolo L|author5=Brusetti L|author6=Florio S,|author7=Principi P|author8=Borin S|author9=Sorlini C|journal=Applied and Environmental Microbiology|date=Jan 2007|volume=73|issue=1|pages=271–7|doi=10.1128/AEM.02220-06|pmc=1797126}}</ref>
 
==Cultural associations==