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Natural History Museum
The Darwin Core (sometimes abbreviated as DwC) is a standard designed to facilitate the exchange of information about the geographic occurrence of species and the existence of specimens in collections. Extensions to the Darwin Core provide a mechanism to share additional information, which may be discipline-specific, or beyond the commonly agreed upon scope of the Darwin Core itself. This wiki is open to anyone interested in the topic, but you must be a registered user to edit pages and add content. This site is meant to provide access to everything anyone needs to know about the Darwin Core. [Information of the supplier]
The DarwinCore TDGW-Wiki is part of the Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) wiki system which is used as an on-line collaboration area for a number of TDWG subgroups. Biodiversity Information Standards is a not for profit scientific and educational association, previously named Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG).
Museum activities and services, Collecting (570.75);
Historical, geographic, persons treatment (578.09)
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|Metadata update date:||2015-10-17|
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