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31. eBird
eBird provides a simple way for you to keep track of the birds you see anywhere in North America. You can retrieve information on your bird observations, from your backyard to your neighborhood to your favorite bird-watching locations, at any time for your personal use. You can also access the entire historical database to find out what other eBirders are reporting from across North America. In addition, the cumulative eBird database is used by birdwatchers, scientists, and conservationists who want ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The eFloras-page is a gateway to several electronically available floras. As of February 2011, these are: Annotated Checklist of the Flowering Plants of Nepal; Flora of Chile; Flora of China; Flora of Missouri; Flora of North America; Flora of Pakistan; Moss flora of China; Trees and shrubs of the Andes of Ecuador; Catalogue of the Vascular Plants of Madagascar; and others. A search tool is available for searching plant names in all the floras simultaneously. [Editorial staff vifabio]
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2015-11-15 — 2015-11-18, Minneapolis
The Entomological Society of America will co-locate their Annual Meeting with the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 15-18, 2015. Connect with 7,000 leading scientist in academia, government, and industry who will share the latest research, industry advances, and product development related to entomology and the agricultural societies. This important event offers you valuable opportunities ... [Information of the supplier]
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The Essig Museum of Entomology is a part of a consortium of museums on the UC Berkeley campus, the Berkeley Natural History Museums. Since 1880 some famous entomologists (e.g. E.O. Essig, P.D. Hurd, J.A. Powell) built up Essig Museum and the collections of insects for teaching and research. In addition to California material, the museum houses a large collection of specimens from the northern Neotropics. Extensive fieldwork in Mexico by museum faculty and staff has enabled the assembly of a large, ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The database provides access to bibliographic records for a unique, extensive collection of fire ecology literature. Citations for all papers (with abstracts) from 22 Proceedings of the Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conferences are in the database. The donation of personal research collections from E.V. Komarek and H.L. Stoddard, founders of Tall Timbers, was the original impetus for the Tall Timbers Board of Trustees to mandate creation of a computerized bibliographic database. Since its inception in ... [Information of the supplier]
Literature databasesResource type
FEIS provides up-to-date information about fire effects on plants and animals. It was developed at the United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory in Missoula, Montana. The FEIS database contains literature reviews, taken from current English-language literature of about 900 plant species, 7 lichen species, about 100 wildlife species and 10 research project summaries, and 16 Kuchler plant communities of North America. The emphasis ... [Information of the supplier]
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FishNet is a collaborative effort by natural history museums and other biodiversity institutions to establish a global network of Ichthyology collections. There is an open invitation for any institution with a fish collection to join. The current portal is an outgrowth of the original FishNet project with improvements in network stability, georeferencing capabilities, and technical support. Users are provided access to searchable, mappable and downloadable data that are cached on a regular basis ... [Information of the supplier]
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FNA presents for the first time, in one published reference source, information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants native and naturalized found in North America north of Mexico. The Flora will appear in 30 volumes and will be available in print and on the Web. [Information of the supplier]
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In our Natural History Notebooks you'll find lots of fascinating facts about 250 animal species. You'll also learn about the amazing diversity of life on Earth (both past and present), and why it's important to protect that diversity. [Information of the supplier]
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The Manual project had as its original goal publication of a single volume on grasses similar in concept and format to Hitchcock's Manual of Grasses of the United States. In 1999, it combined with the Flora of North America project and agreed to give priority to publishing the two grass volumes needed by that project over preparation of the single volume Manual. The first of the two FNA grass volumes, FNA 25.was published in 2003. The second, FNA 24, will be published early in 2007. The two volumes ... [Information of the supplier]
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