PhysOrg Posted May 18, 2016 Share Posted May 18, 2016 The Bell Museum at the University of Minnesota has launched the first web portal providing access to all of its biodiversity collections. The Minnesota Biodiversity Atlas is an online digital resource offering public access to hundreds of thousands of plant and animal specimens, from algae to zebras. The Atlas—the midwest's first portal to integrate such disparate collections—houses over 5 terabytes of data from the museum's botanical and zoological collections. More than 16,000 species from Minnesota and around the world are represented such as the calypso orchid and the emerald shiner. Read the full article on PhysOrg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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