Senckenberg

BGBM

Senckenberg Research Institute and Museum, Frankfurt

Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem


Abstracts

TDWG 2000: Digitising Biological Collections
Taxonomic Databases Working Group, 16th Annual Meeting
Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt, Germany, November 10-12, 2000

 

Robert Huxley*, Steve Cafferty (*) and Anne Hume (*)

Digitised Access to The Natural History Museum's (NHM) Historical Collections

* Department of Botany The Natural History Museum, London

[Poster presentation]

The Department of Botany at NHM has made four 17th/18th century herbaria accessible via the WWW. Digitization of these historical botanical specimens has wide ranging conservation and access benefits. Each collection has a full set of images complete with a searchable database which contains related information on each specimen. Details of each collection website are given along with technical details of scanning and storage of data and images. Future projects are also listed.

 

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This meeting was co-sponsored by the Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) 


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